A Emu for the Russian 8bit Pyldin 601

Thanks to Emu and Wikipedia, I now know what a Pyldin 601 is. It is a Russian Bulgarian 8 bit microcomputer from back in the day. It runs UniDos and will run Dos based programs. It is file compatible with a Dos based IBM PC. You might not give a rats ass about a Russian computer that basically is an IBM PC CM601 clone however, you might be an emulation guru and want to add this to your collection. Either way, it is yet another emulator your Mac OSX computer can run. Find the file, as usual, in the Box File Widget.

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I am an Old School gamer with roots in emulation and gaming. I love video games, but mostly I love the old ones from our past. Emulation is a way to experience all these old games on your personal computer.

2 Responses to A Emu for the Russian 8bit Pyldin 601

  1. Hi, please correct your information. The Pyldin series of computers are 100% Bulgarian made computers mainly for the Russian market. They are developed from scratch and are not compatible with IBM PC. The processor is CM601 (clone of MC6800). They are compatible with PC-DOS at file level only.

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