As of today Andre Weissflog is considered the official savior of this summer. Why we haven't noticed his project so far, will forever remain a mystery. But we've already touched on the topic of dark-matter-programmers™ a few times. ⚫️
So let's shed some light on the subject. 💡
Andre comes - more or less precisely - from the gaming corner, and has combined his knowledge of C++, Python and Webassembly with his love for 8bit machines. The result is the most complete collection of 8bit Webassembly emulators we have seen so far.
Tiny8Bit lets you run a variety of beloved machines directly in the browser. And the special thing about it: Besides the classic C64, VIC-20, the ZX Spectrum and various CPC models, you can also find emulators for machines like the KC85 and KC87, the LC-80 or the Robotron Z9001.
Besides the emulators Andre has linked the emulator to a lot of demos and games via autoload. So you can enjoy Rick Dangerous on the CPC, Nebulus on the C64, Rainbow Island on the ZX and many more directly from your browser.
My personal favorite: Isometrikum.
If all this isn't enough for you, take a look at Andre's Blog.
Awesome collection. The source on GitHub invites you to build all the stuff locally as well. Andre … Thanks! 🙏