The microM8 Apple II emulator for Windows, macOS / OSX and Linux is provided _without_ any warranty, expressed or implied (it’s a free download!) As such, Paleotronic is not responsible for any damage microM8 may cause to your computer, file system or operating system (but we expect none of that to ever happen, fingers crossed.) Paleotronic is also not responsible for any loss of data you store on Paleotronic’s servers (but we do our best to keep backups just in case).
macOS / OSX (64-bit Macintosh)
On Sierra and above you may need to control-click the unzipped app and choose Open the first time (see https://support.apple.com/kb/ph25088?locale=en_US) or System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Open Anyway
Note: the extracted Linux binary may need to be marked executable using chmod +x microm8
Thank you for downloading microM8! Enhancements are coming all the time — but don’t worry, microM8 is auto-updating so you’ll never miss a beat.
Currently microM8 features HD windowed and full-screen 64k Apple II / II+ / 128k Apple IIe emulation with decent compatibility, USB and mouse-controlled joystick support, print and modem emulation, Mockingboard support, cloud disk library, 3D voxel rendering, 3D LOGO, enhanced BASIC interpreters, custom file browser and editor, remote screen sharing, WOZ, DSK, NIB, PO, 2MG and HDV disk format support, the ability to record and rewind live emulation, a web-debugger and much, much more.
Check out the Quick Start page for some tips and basic control keys.
Having problems? Found a bug? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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