eebEm is a BBC Micro and Master 128 emulator. It enables you to run BBC Micro software on your PC. BeebEm was first developed for UNIX systems in 1994 by Dave Gilbert and was then ported to Microsoft Windows.
To run the latest Windows version of BeebEm you will need Windows XP or later (v4.03 runs on Windows 98). The UNIX version will run on most UNIX based systems and Linux (the Windows version also runs quite well on Linux using wine). The full source code for BeebEm is included in the downloads and is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
BeebEm will run most BBC Micro software including Elite, Exile and Revs. It will also run most BBC Micro ROM software (e.g. Wordwise).
The software page has links to sites where you can download software. You can also download OddJob, a previously unreleased game for the BBC Micro.
In 1981, after winning a contract from the BBC, Acorn Computers released the 8-bit BBC Micro computer. This was used in most schools in the UK, and many of us who were at school during this time remember the computer fondly. Over the last few years we have been lovingly restoring some BBC Micro games from the 1980s onwards. We have put them here so you can play them in an emulator, on a real BBC Micro, or on the web.
A site about Acorn Emulation and the home of ArcDisc. Upgrades for Virtual A5000 (VirtualAcorn). A mass of downloads for your Acorn emulator. A huge collection of links to other Acorn related sites and many more.