Released last December (2018), Retro Virtual Machine 2.0 brings ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC 464 emulation for Windows, Mac and Linux.
To set apart from the many other excellent emulators, RVM 2.0 excels with its user interface delivering a faithful “retro” experience packed in a polished GUI.
RVM works more like VMWare, Parallels or VirtualBox where you create virtual machines with the settings you chose for it. This method let you open many different VMs at the same time, with completely different configurations. You can see in this article’s featured image a CPC and a ZX Spectrum (running AGD) machines running at the same time.
You can download Retro Virtual Machine for free following the link below. In the upcoming weeks we are planning digging a bit deeper in this emulator features.
Link: Retro Virtual Machine