> I really don't know how hoxs64 came off so badly. For what I want to do
> (recreate my childhood on a laptop with a hugely different keyboard layout to
> the C64) it's totally perfect. Emulating mice and hard disks might be cool, but
> do you actually use them for anything?
> Same with turbo loading and such. If you want a debugger then hoxs64 isn't what
> you're looking for, but it's lacking nothing for people who just want to bang
> about in BASIC or play Dizzy again. (and joystick ports were always completely
> random on the real thing anyway).
> - Chris
I rarely ever use the turbo loading feature in any of the C64 emulators I have (or in WinUAE..the Amiga emu..for that matter) and the reason being is that some programs/games will not load correctly unless true drive emulation is enforced. Take G.I Joe for the c64 for example...