> Compatibility wise C64S is no where near the best. However, for me it gave a
> much more authentic/nostalgic feeling than any other C64 emulator. It plays all
> my favorites without problems (DOC, GI Joe, Bruce Lee, Friday the 13th,
> Questprobe, Action Biker, Boulder Dash II), with the expection of Potty Pigeon.
> The colors were the best and I liked the layout and menu system (Has a true C64
> feel to it). However, it is DOS 'exclusive' based (Does not run properly at all
> under a DOS window), and since I bought a new PC relativly recently with Win ME,
> C64S is not an option for me anymore.
> Fortunatly, with this 'new' color scheme, CCS64 is my favorite. Furthermore,
> unlike C64S, the compatibility is fantastic for everything I have thrown at it
> (Including Potty Pigeon :-). Every program looks and sounds like the C64 now.
> > Perhaps it's time to give CCS64 another go... with more authentic colors now
> Perhaps it's time for me to give Vice a try. I am just the opposite of you.
> I've been following CCS64 for the longest time, and really haven't given Vice a
> BTW, one suggestion I do have is to look at Gamebase64 as a front-end for any
> C64 emulator (If you haven't done so already). True, it takes away from the
> nostalgia of loading the game, but it has a cool layout, screenshots and many
> other tweaks/options. I *really* like it a lot.
There´s one option in Vice you might like:
You can choose your favourite color-palette (c64s,ccs64,frodo,godot,pc64 or vice) under Settings/Video settings/Advanced, be sure to check the Field for external palette. Have Fun :)