|Porno (19xx) (SAM Psychopaths Incorporated)||4,2||5,888||638.9KB|
|Boing & Sphera (1992) (Noesis Software)||4,3||797||133.8KB|
|18 Rated Poker For 512k (19xx) (Supplement Software)||5,0||784||31.3KB|
|Blokker (19xx) (Stephen McGreal)||4,7||722||40.8KB|
|SamC 2.03 Files.log||4,3||714||39.5KB|
|Sam Paint (19xx)||4,4||706||153.1KB|
|E-Tracker Tunes (19xx) (ESI)||4,8||699||21.3KB|
|Secretary Word Processor, The (1992) (A.N.Stevens)||4,4||696||96.5KB|
|Adventures Of Captain Comic, The (19xx) (Lars)||4,6||693||95.1KB|
|Arnie's Samples (1991)||4,5||675||178.6KB|
|Diaz Demo 2 (19xx)||4,9||674||167.1KB|
|SamC 2.03 Merge.log||4,0||674||38.9KB|
|Network Sigma (1996) (Saturn Software)||5,0||659||293.5KB|
|Sam C (1995) (FRED Publishing)||4,1||658||80.8KB|
|Misc. Utilities (19xx)||5,0||640||408.0KB|
|Sam Spectrum Games (1993) (Chris White)||4,9||638||276.7KB|
|Amiga MODS Disk (19xx)||4,3||626||420.7KB|
|Small C - Compiler (19xx) (Rumsoft)||5,0||616||169.0KB|
|Mind Games II (199x) (Enigma Variations)||4,0||607||144.1KB|
|Allan Stevens (~1994)||5,0||607||2.6MB|
Miles Gordon Sam Coupe Roms is a computer emulator for Windows, Mac and Linux. It allows the user to play Miles Gordon Sam Coupe roms (games) on their PC. The program emulates all major systems of this family: MSX-1, MSX-best Miles Gordon Sam Coupe games, MSX-2, MSX Turbo-R.
MSX is a standardized home computer architecture, announced by Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates on June 21, 1983. It was conceived and marketed by Kazuhiko Nishi of ASCII Corporation in Japan.
There are quite a few MSX emulators out there, some of which are listed below:
Miles Gordon Sam Coupe emulator for Windows, Mac and Linux can be found at the bottom of this page.
All Miles Gordon Sam Coupe emulators are still in early development phase. Miles Gordon Sam Coupe roms (games) are not compatible with all MSX emulators yet. This being said, there is no best emulator yet, since every single emulator has its pros and cons.
The most customizable out of all MSX emulators is openMSX , it supports building your own system via the CMOD utility.
The second most customizable emulator is MSXPLAYer , its main feature being that it's free and lightweight, compared to other emulators.