Spectrum Games Database (PC/DOS), by ThunderWare Research Center.
The current version is v2.05 [09/12/01]
(Requires the Watcom freeware protected mode runtime DOS/4GW)
ZX-Rainbow v1.01, previously named SPECPIC (PC/DOS), by Claus Jahn and Andy Schraepel.
This project has quite a lot of options and utilities in the package, including tape file handling, block listing and so on. [27/08/97]
(Requires the Borland freeware protected mode runtime RTM)
It won’t run on today’s machines, as they are too fast. To make it work, you’ll need to patch the program with the patch available at http://www.rz.fh-ulm.de/RZ/win31/bp7.htm.
ZX-Explorer v188.8.131.52 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
The database module of ZX-Modules. Nothing short of amazing, with many unique features such as a thumbnail viewer! [03/03/13]
ZX-Favourites v0.9.0.0 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
ZX-Favourites is a database, comparable to Warajevo, SGD, etc. It can load and edit ZX-Rainbow S.E.’s databases as well and comes with some interesting features. [30/10/08]
ZX-Preview v2.2 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
The visual module of ZX-Modules that shows BASIC, SCREEN$, variables, system variables and UDGs in a visual form. [20/01/13]
SpecBASE v1.8 (PC/DOS) is a database program, brought to you by Rodolfo Edison Guerra.
It is a full system that will let you lauch your favorite emulator on the games, understands several computer types (not only Spectrum) and nearly every emulator known to exist!
The interface can be configured to be in English, Spanish and Portuguese. [08/10/01]
ZXBase v1.0 (PC/Windows), by Alex Raider. [01/08/99]
GamebaseZX v1.0 (PC/Windows), by Neil English.
Requires the VB runtime v6.0.
Click here to download the program if you already have VB installed, or here to get the program and the VB runtime in one go. [07/03/02]
ZXTape Utilities v0.60b (PC/DOS) by Tomaz Kac.
This is the lot of his utilities, including source code and additional documentation. [04/01/04]
MakeTZX v2.33 (PC/DOS), MakeTZX v2.33 (PC/Windows), MakeTZX v2.31 (Linux), or MakeTZX v2.31 (Amiga) by Ramsoft. [03/08/03]
They also wrote a support tool named CSW v2.00 (PC/DOS), “Compressed Square Wave”, which compresses a raw sound file into a format that can be decoded just like that at a later point.
PlayTZX v0.12c (Unix), ported by Tero Turtiainen, and updated by Fredrick Meunier and Phil Kendall.
For RPM-based Linux distributions, there’s also a binary RPM version suitable for the PowerPC, as well as the source code RPM version. of v0.12b. [18/05/05]
He also made a port to Mac OS X: PlayTZX v0.12b (OS X) [20/01/03]
b00mzilla compiled this utility for Windows, using the Win32/Cygwin environment: PlayTZX (PC/Windows) [19/11/04]
winTZX v0.9a (PC/Windows) by Patrick Delvenne.
Originally a port of PlayTZX for Windows XP, using the Soundblaster driver. It can also handle TAP, BIN, MDR and CSW, as well as ZX81 P files, C64 formats TZX, T64, PRG and P00, Amstrad TZX and CDT files, the MP3 output format and can convert MSA and ST files to/from Atari ST floppies. [02/09/09]
CSW Viewer (PC/Windows), by Fraser Ross.
For viewing and analysing cassettes by the pulses. It reads from CSW and Commodore TAP formats. It also creates TZX and CSW files. [05/05/11]
CSW.DLL (PC/Windows), by Fraser Ross.
A Windows DLL file for reading CSW files. [27/09/08]
CSW.DLL (PC/Windows), by Mark Woodmass.
A Windows DLL (csw.dll) to allow emulators/utilities to read or write CSW (v1 or v2) files. [26/01/05]
Z802TZX v1.2, by Tomaz Kac.
Converts Z80 snapshots to turbo-loading TZX files. Fully customizable!
Available for PC/Windows, as well as ported to the Amiga (v1.0, by xeron) and Unix (v1.2, by Phil Kendall) [20/12/03]
DamTape beta 5 (PC/Windows) by Andrea Giannotti.
DamTape can read any fragment of data block also completely without tape-header (of physical tape sampled ‘.wav’) then make a ‘file.tap’ of it. It’s useful to get back binary code from DAMaged zx spectrum physical TAPE.
(requires the free Visual Basic Runtime Libraries 6.0) [12/09/04]
ZX-Blockeditor v2.1.1 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
The (tape and snapshot) block editor of ZX-Modules. Has any function implemented you could wish for. [20/08/12]
TZX2WAV v0.2b (PC/Windows) by Francisco Javier Crespo.
Based on Tomaz Kac’s PlayTZX v0.60. Generates stereo WAV files and CSW v2 files. [25/02/06]
Back to Life (PC/Windows), by Fraser Ross.
Converts CSW to WAV. [09/06/05]
Tape2WAV v1.8 (PC/Windows), by Mark Woodmass.
Converts TZX/PZX/CDT/TAP/CSW (v1 or v2)/SZX/SP tape image files to WAV format. [19/11/07]
k7zx v4.3 (PC/Windows), by Francisco Villa.
Convert tap and tzx files to wav file with their original speed in a special way in order to convert the wav file to a mp3 file with very low bit rate. [30/08/08]
Win_TZX2TAP v0.21 (PC/Windows), by Leszek Chmielewski.
Windows utility to convert multiple TZX files to TAP. PureBasic Source code is available from his website. [22/02/10]
Tux_TZX2TAP v0.20 (PC/Windows), by Leszek Chmielewski.
Linux utility to convert multiple TZX files to TAP. PureBasic Source code is available from his website. [23/08/09]
Tappeto v1.003 (PC), by Davide Guida.
TAP File Browser, with internal BASIC code viewer. [16/01/10]
SnapToTap R2.3 (PC/Windows), by Arda Erdikmen.
Converts snapshots into a single, standard CODE block. You can use LOAD “” CODE from basic and then use a USR xxx to start the game. [19/11/11]
The emulator Fuse, for Unix and Mac OS X has “tapeconv” and “tzxlist” in the ‘additional utilities’ package.
ZX81 Tape Converter (Java), by Simon Holdsworth.
Allows converting ZX81 tapes to either .p or .tzx format. [11/08/07]
TZX Show v1.3 (Ruby), by Flavio M. Matsumoto.
A Ruby script that shows the contents of a TZX file. [19/07/12]
SlingNET (Amiga), by ThunderWare Research Center.
This package allows you to use an Amiga as a mass storage device for your Spectrum software or to use it on emulators if you have an Opus Discovery floppy-system hooked to your Spectrum.
ZxLink v0.6, (Unix) by Erik Kunze.
This program lets you hook your Spectrum to a Unix machine and handles sound and serial up- and downloading. Supports TZX as well! [24/06/01]
SpXfr v0.09 (PC), by Davide Guida.
This program lets you hook your Spectrum with Interface 1 to a PC and handles serial up- and downloading. [06/02/10]
Then there is snp2tap (PC), which converts SpXfr snapshot files to TAP or TZX file formats. [16/01/10]
PcZx v0.3 (PC/Windows), by Cristián González.
This program lets you hook your Spectrum with Interface 1 to a PC and handles serial up- and downloading. [05/10/05]
MDR2TAP b2 (PC/DOS), by Andrea Giannotti.
“MDR2TAP” converts a virtual microdrive cartridge (file.mdr) to a zx spectrum tape file (file.tap). [22/03/05]
Drive Image & ZX file transfer v1.04 (PC/Windows), by Pera Putnik.
This is a disk and file transfer utility for the currently popular FLASH cards and similar. It can make an image file of a drive in RAW or HDF format, and write from image to disk. File transfer is for conversion between ‘PC’ and Putnik’s disk format and vice versa. It works with USB, IDE storage media and image files. [21/10/06]
P3Explorer (PC/Windows), by M. Williams.
ZX Spectrum +3 disk image explorer for Windows XP/Vista. [14/02/09]
MGT2TAP v0.14 (PC/Windows), by Leszek Chmielewski.
This Program converts selected files from MGT images to TAP. It can also read and write MGT Images from/to real +D/Disciple disc using SAMDisc 2.0, change the syntax of BASIC, display screens, and much more. [25/02/10]
Disk Image Manager (PC/Windows), by Damien Guard.
(previously named SPIN Disk Manager).
An application for examining and manipulating disk images in the Extended DSK format used by many Spectrum and Amstrad emulators. [12/11/07]
MinnaMicroZ80 v0.21 (PC/Windows), by Robee Shepherd.
This is a Windows command line utility for converting Z80 snapshots so they can be restored on a real Spectrum from a Microdrive cartridge.
It also includes a BASIC loader utility that you should install to each cartridge, and that supports multiple games on a single cartridge. [24/09/12]
Microdrive2Image (PC/Windows), by Volker Bartheld.
Mdv2Img is a tool to transfer and recover raw microdrive cartridge image from a 48K ZX Spectrum to PC consisting of two separate binaries. The first one (mdv2img.snp) is transferred via spxfr/IF1 from the PC and installed on the Speccy (autorun BASICS/Machine Code combo). This one generates cartridge images which are transferred via IF1 to a terminal program (Termite etc.) on the PC. The second one (mdv2img.exe) runs on the PC (any x86 platform will do) analyzes raw cartridge images and tries to recover various errors before outputting a standard microdrive image (.mdr format) that Gerton Lunter’s WinZ80 Spectrum emulator understands. [20/10/12]
AY MUSIC UTILITIES
A large set of sound images for the players below can be found in the music directory in the archive, where you can also find MPEG3 files.
AYPlay v0.2 (PC/DOS), by James McKay.
This player plays the famous AY files on your PC. [19/10/98]
AYMake v0.0 (PC/DOS), by James McKay.
Now you too can rip AY music out of games and create AY files! [19/10/98]
ZX Music Player v1.02 (PC/DOS), by Super Dima, Kaluga.
This is a whole new player, which uses a different sound file format: .ZXS (not to be mistaken for the ZX-32 snapshots or the ZX-Museum tape files) [02/12/98]
AY-3-8910/12 Emulator v2.9 beta 1 (PC/Windows), by Sergey Bulba, Russia.
An excellent player that accepts all of the file formats OUT, ZXAY, STC, ZXS, ASC, YM (YM2, YM3, YM3b, YM5 and YM6), VTX, PSG, EPSG, STP, FTC, FLS, PSC, PSM, PT1, PT2, PT3, SQT, GTR, FXM, AY (EMUL and AMAD) and AYM, plus various others formats such as MP3, MOD, MID, CDA and so on.
This utility can do more than ‘just’ play music. It can also be used to convert between formats and rip music from a wide range of Spectrum file formats! [28/09/06]
Interested people can also get the source code of this player at Sergey’s site.
Also available for all 2.x versions is Skin Manager II! (and various skins are available on Sergey’s site) [25/05/03]
vbAY v1.666+ (PC/DOS) and v2.2 (PC/Windows), by Random of Concern Chaos.
This player supports the formats VTZ, AZX and PSG and accepts playlists.
Download the DOS version (v1.666+) or the Windows version (v2.2). [07/04/00]
AYLet.gp2x v0.1 (GP2x), by ParkyDR.
A port of Russell Marks’ aylet for the GP2x. Plays AY files. [15/04/06]
Vortex Tracker II v1.0 beta 14 (PC/Windows), by Sergey Bulba.
In this version you can load, play, edit PT1, PT2, PT3, STC, STP, SQT, ASC, PSC, PSM, FLS, GTR, FTC, FXM, AY (ZXAYAMAD) files and save them in PT3 format or in temporary text format. [13/10/06]
N-Player v0.19 (Symbian UIQ), by SomeOne / AnotherGuest.
Plays both AY and SID files on your UIQ mobile phone.
Download it for UIQ2 (v0.18) or UIQ3 (v0.19) [27/11/06]
SpecAY v0.3a (ZX Spectrum + PC/DOS), by Tim Fardell.
“The first, and only program which allows playback of standard AY files on a real, physical Spectrum computer!” [01/09/06]
tracker2ay v0.1, by Matt Westcott.
Download it the Standalone Windows version, ‘everything else’ version (usable wherever a Ruby interpreter is available), or get the source code.
A command-line utility for converting Spectrum tracker file formats (STC, SQT, PT3 – as used by Sergey Bulba’s AY Emulator) to Spectrum native-code formats (TAP, TZX, AY). [11/05/08]
WYZTracker v0.2.19 (PC/Windows), by Augusto Ruiz.
An AY tracker, which was used in many CEZ game developments. It requires .NET framework v2.0.
The ZX Spectrum player can be found in the source code of several games, such as Phantomas Tales #1 (The Mojon Twins).
The instructions can be found here. [20/03/09]
Mason Tracker (PC/Windows), Rob F. / Entire Group.
The package contains Mason AY II Wild Sound Tracker, Mason AY II Player Assembly Source and the ASAM Compiler. [10/11/10]
Mid2ASM v3.2 (PC/Windows), by Karl McNeil and Matt Westcott.
Converts MIDI files to assembly and TAP files.
The source code is also available. This source package also contains the command line version of this tool, midi2beep2.exe, precompiled. [08/04/11]
Wave to AY, aka. WAV2AY (PC/Windows), by Karl McNeil and Matt Westcott.
Converts WAV files to ZX TAP files for sound sampling.
The source code is also available. [14/09/12]
ModPlug2VT (PC/Windows), by Karl McNeil.
Small tool to help the user cut & paste pattern note data between OpenModPlug Tracker and Vortex Tracker. Useful if you’re trying to port Amiga modules across to the ZX Vortex Tracker. Original QBasic script by =ANDROID= 2011. This version is written and compiled with AutoIT with a simple user interface. [30/11/12]
Midi to Vortex Tracker via AutoSiril (PC/Windows), by Siril.
Windows PC utility for converting Midi files into Vortex .TXT modules.
Now includes a GUI Wrapper/Front End by Karl McNeil. [26/09/12]
These are utilities that take Spectrum Screen$ images (.SCR files) as input or produce them as output.
SCR2GIF v1.0, by ThunderWare Research Center.
The utility to convert raw SCR files to compressed GIF images. FLASHing screens can be converted to animated GIF to be used on your web-pages! Comes complete with fully portable (ANSI) C source.
Download it pre-compiled for PC/DOS (requires the Watcom freeware protected mode runtime DOS/4GW), Linux, Amiga or AmigaOS4.0 [10/01/06], or just get the source to compile it on other platforms. [26/05/98]
Spectrum Graphics Editor/Ripper (PC/DOS), by Rich Jordan.
Can find and edit graphics as large as the entire Spectrum screen or as small as you’d like.
Download the PC/DOS or PC/Windows 95/98 version. [26/01/99]
The program has been ported to the Amiga by Chris Young. Download the Amiga version (v1.6). [24/10/04]
SpecMapper (PC/Windows) by Neil Walker.
Produce a map using the actual screen shots of the original game! [05/09/99]
ScreenView by Vadim Bodrov.
Displays BRIGHT and FLASH as well, comes in MSDOS and Win32 flavour complete with source code. [19/10/99]
SpecView SE v2.2.1 (PC/Windows) by Sergei Dubarev.
A screen viewer with scaling and export options. [07/09/01]
BMP2SCR v1.751 (PC/Windows) by Leszek Chmielewski.
Converts a full 24-bit BMP picture to our beloved SCR format, with attributes. [01/02/02] BMP2SCR EXP v2.11a is available as well, although this project was abandoned.
This is a completely rewritten graphic converter which is able to convert BMP, JPG, PNG and uncompressed AVI to ZX Spectrum formats at very high quality level. Editors for graphic retouch are included. [12/04/04] Retro-X alpha version 8 is the follow-up of this project. [06/04/09]
ZX-Spectrum SCREEN$ convert by Catalin Mihaila.
Convert .SCR files in BMP, EPS, GIF, JPG, MNG, PCX, PDF, PNG, TGA and XPM.
Requires SDL and SDL_image from http://www.libsdl.org/ and works in Linux (Unix), Windows and any other OS that support SDL and SDL_image.
There are 2 versions available:
– one based around Ilib (v0.2)
– one based around ImageMagick (v0.1) [03/12/03]
ZX-Paintbrush v184.108.40.206 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
The screen editor of ZX-Modules. A full-fledged drawing package to create/edit SCREEN$ files. [20/01/13]
ZX Spectrum Screen Display ActiveX Control v1.01 (Win32 Application Control) by Marcelo.
This VB control will allow a Win32 application to easily show a ZX Screen *.SCR file or byte dump. It can display either the full color screen or the black and white pixel pattern. The color palette is customizable. [17/06/06]
ZX Thumbnail Provider Pack v2 (PC/Windows) by Arda Erdikmen.
Allows windows explorer to create thumbnail images for .SCR, .TZX, .TAP, Z80 and .SNA image files. [16/11/08]
Image to ZX Spec v1.3.3_02 (Java) by Silent Software.
Image to ZX Spec is a multi core capable image and video converter that can produce retro Spectrum images (jpeg/png), of any size and can even convert work to a real ZX Spectrum (or an emulator) as a slideshow or video. This is useful to create retro music videos (also as animated gif), posters, mock screenshots etc etc – you do not even need a Spectrum to use this program!
Includes GigaScreen, multilingual and drag and drop support. [21/12/12]
SCRplus v0.21 (PC/Windows), by Edward Cree.
Converts images to ZX Spectrum format. Supports ULAplus format, Timex 8×1 attributes, YUV tweaking. [26/01/13]
Image2ULAPlus v1.0 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
Convert images into ULAplus screen$. Based on SCRplus above. [11/09/11]
SpecView v0.4 (PC/Windows), by Richard Chandler.
Displays the current screen data of a snapshot, possibly without attributes. Ideal to find hidden messages in loading screens. [22/11/11]
Spectrum Eyes (Android), by Kyle Miller.
An Android app for “spectrumizing” camera images (live) or gallery images then saving as a .TAP file. Or it can import .TAP files for viewing. [24/03/13]
ZXSpectrum Live Wallpaper (Android), by Kyle Miller.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum loading screens can be shown as if they are loading from tape. Images can be obtained from different sources. [24/03/13]
Z80 Cross-development tools are tools that output Z80 code, but which you can run on a non-Z80 system.
The E-Z80 Way (PC/Windows), by Fraser Ross.
A Z80 cross-assembler.
(Requires the Borland freeware driver borland-win) [27/06/04]
Spectrum Disassembler v2.0b (Amiga), by Marco A.G. Pinto.
Written in 1994.
“This utility for the AMIGA works only with the .SNA / .MIRAGE format. It even disassembles some secret Z80 instructions like IXh and IXl if I can well remember.” [12/01/07]
SjASMPlus v1.06 Stable (PC/Windows and FreeBSD), by Aprisobal.
A Z80 cross-assembler. Can generate SNA snapshots, has documentation in English and Russian and comes with example programs. [16/09/06]
There is also v1.07 RC7, which compiled under PC/Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X, and has 3-pass design, built-in Lua scripting engine, supporting ZX-Spectrum 48/128, Scorpion 256, ATM-Turbo 512, plus new documentation. [02/04/08]
SPEDIZ: Spectrum Dizassembler v1.5 (PC/Windows), by SerzhSoft.
Can disassemble Z80 code, the result of which can then be fed again to e.g. SjASMPlus. [11/10/07]
TommyGun v0.9.36 (PC/Windows), by Tony Thompson.
TommyGun is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for creating games and other software for old 8 bit computers.
It has an Image editor for creating Sprites, Tiles, Screen$, Fonts and UDG’s.
A Map editor for creating tiled maps.
A Code editor for turning data from the images and maps (in the future music and sfx) into source code. The code editor is very configurable and flexible.
You can also use any command line assembler and emulator. [24/12/08]
z88dk – The z88 Development Kit (generic)
This is a ANSI C compiler, originally developed to generate Z80 code for the z88, but which can also be used for other Z80-based systems, such as the Spectrum. Quite an amazing piece of work!
CCZ80 v2.0.5 (PC/Windows), by Emilio Guerrero.
The ccz80 language has a syntax based on the C language and produces assembler code – an assembler is integrated in the compiler. [06/04/09]
bin2asm (PC/Windows), by Rob Pearmain.
A command line utility I have developed that converts a “bin” file (e.g. raw binary exported from an emulator, or memory dump etc) into assembler statements (defb xx,xx,xx etc) that can be reused in your assembler. [10/11/09]
ZX BASIC compiler v1.2.5, by Jose Rodriguez.
Allows you to write a BASIC program on your PC and convert it to TZX to run on your real Speccy/emulator.
The compiler works in all of PC/Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. [17/06/10]
Graphics 2 Assembly Tool (PC/Winsows), by Karl McNeil and DaRkHoRaCe.
GFX2ASM Tool is a Windows PC tool for cutting graphics out of a Speccy Sprite sheet (.SCR) much like a cookie cutter… The user inputs a Definition file, which points to a Sprite and Mask file and specifies where the graphics are to be cut and the range of sprites to grab.. . The program then spits out assembly, with labels, in a variety of different formats.
Source code and documentation is included. [08/02/13]
OTHER GREAT UTILITIES
BAS2TAP v2.6 (generic), by ThunderWare Research Center.
The utility to convert `BASIC in an ASCII file’ to a TAP tape image file, to be loaded into an emulator. Comes complete with portable C source.
With full syntax checking!
Download it pre-compiled for Linux, PC/Windows (v2.5) or (jailbroken) iOS, or just get the source to have a bash at other platforms. [20/01/13]
ZX-Edit v0.99 B (PC/DOS), by Claus Jahn and Andy Schraepel.
This must be the coolest editor you will ever find! Comes complete with many example .ZED files and a couple of character sets.
(Requires the Borland freeware protected mode runtime RTM) [27/02/98] ZX-Editor Second Edition v2.2 (PC/Windows), by Claus Jahn.
The BASIC editor of ZX-Modules. Comes with complete Spectrum BASIC syntax checking included. [20/01/13]
SnapList, by Chris Cowley.
This utility takes a Speccy .SNA file as input and produces a BASIC program listing as a plain text file. It’s open source and comes with pre-compiled binaries for Windows and Linux (ELF, Pentium).
Chris Young provided a pre-compiled binary for the Amiga. [07/04/08]
SpecPrint, (PC/Windows), by Mike Wynne.
This utility allows you to view and/or print BASIC listings from a ZX Spectrum snapshot (and since version 0.0.0.2 ZX81).
HokeyPokey v1.02 beta (PC/Windows), by Chris Ainsley.
This utility automates the process of finding infy lives! [04/09/98]
48K Mutator for Windows (PC/Windows), by Dinu Cristian Mircea.
This utility automates the process of disabling collission detection routines (and thus helps to find immunity) from .SNA files! [21/08/03]
ZX Life Shield v2.0 (Amiga), by Marco A.G. Pinto.
A superb infy lives finder to be used in conjunction with ZXAM. [30/06/00] ZX Life Shield Pro v4.1 (PC/Windows), by Marco A.G. Pinto. [05/08/12]
Tape Explorer v1.00 (PC/Windows), by Dan Fry.
Now you can browse and edit tape files in a similar way as your harddisk! [20/10/98]
ZX Poker v2.0 (PC/DOS), by Jaromir Król.
Create and edit .POK files. [14/05/00]
POK Editor (PC/Windows), by Batman.
Create and edit .POK files. [07/09/06]
SPConv v1.10 (PC/DOS version; also available for several other platforms). The utility to convert all snapshot types. [13/10/97]
SnapConv v0.10 (PC/DOS version; also available in source package to be compiled on other platforms).
Another utility to convert between various snapshot types. [16/12/99]
Note: A newer (better) version of this utility comes with Fuse, for Unix and Mac OS X, in the “additional utilities” package.
Speccy Search Bar v1.7 (generic), by Gerard Sweeney.
Describes itself as “An integrated horizontal webbrowser bar which will let you search various Speccy related sites.”
It’s a plug-in for MS Internet Explorer or Mozilla/Firebird/Firefox on Windows and Linux and a very nice one at that! [30/08/05]
Fuse Importer v1.0 (Mac OS X), by Fredrick Meunier.
This is a Mac OS X 10.4 Spotlight importer for Spectrum-related files, it grabs metadata from TZX archive info blocks, snapshots (including those in RZX files), and SCR files, making them available for system-wide searching.
The source code is also available. [09/05/05]
InkSpector v1.0 (PC/Windows), by Mark Incley.
InkSpector is a scriptable Sinclair ZX Spectrum Emulator screensaver for Windows. It emulates and displays virtual Spectrums in a 3D world. Each virtual Spectrum appears as a TV with its display appearing on the screen. Scripts create and control these TVs in the 3D world. Or you can just have it randomly selecting RZX files to play from your snapshot folder! [15/07/08]
Blocky Graphs (PC/Windows), by na_th_an.
Smallish utility for converting a smallish 64 x 40 image (8 colours) into a low-res pic printed in BASIC (by using PRINT). It is aimed for text adventures developed in BASIC. [20/03/06]
BIN2REM v2.1 (PC/Windows), by Paolo Ferraris.
Inserts a machine-code program in a REM statement of a self-executable BASIC program. The BASIC program is then inserted into a TAP file. [21/01/08]
bin2data v1.0 (PC/Windows), by Bob Stains.
A utility to create an auto-running TAP or TZX file from a Spectrum machine code program. It converts into either a series of DATA statements (along with code to POKE that data) or can place the code into a REM statement. [18/07/09]
HexCheck (PC/Windows), by Leszek Chmielewski.
This tool was quickly written to correct and save OCR’ed Hex sources like used in Microhobby magazine (Tested with “Sir Gawain”). It has autocorrection ability in many cases and can save as TAP/TZX or BIN. [30/12/08]