This is an updated of the previous package (which was Hatari 1.4.0, though a few other builds are floating around in random peoples hands.) http://repo.openpand...ari.skeezix.pkg This particular pnd actually includes both Hatari 1.4.0 and 1.6.1 (current), on the off chance you happen to want to run the older one (which can be faster in some circumstances.) 1.6.1 offers a lot of new features and improvements in emulation so is probably where you want to go. I've also included an option to launch 1.6.1 with and without hard drive support, since depending on the TOS version (the Atari ST operating system) you've installed to your SD card, you may get warnings or errors, and depending how you set the many settings you may want to be able to fire it up both ways without fiddling with your settings. Some things to know .. There are a lot of settings in the built in UI; you'll likely want to fiddle with some of them, but I've defaulted most to useful ways. Press START to bring up the UI (and it shows this on the basic screen, so you know to press it - you may want to go to Hatari Screen and toggle on Fullscreen; default is windowed mode and I've left that. - you may want to toggle the CPU being used.. theres faster one and a slower more accurate one; usually the faster one is better, but some games need the more accurate one - you may want to go to Joysticks and change it to Keyboard and then press your dpad buttons of choice to specify up/down/left/right and fire .. the dpad buttons work fine, but you can set it up however you like (and if you want to use an iCP or other bluetooth controller, you'll want to fiddle around in there. iCP works fine - you may want to specify a default disk path so that when you hit Browse to pick, it doesn't show you your appdata dir every time .. you can have it point to where you keep ST floppy disk images, or you can just stick those disks into your appdata dir and not sweat it Anyway, happy Atari'ing If you don't know Atari ST .. its a 16/32bit machine, similar to Amiga (ignoring the ST/Amiga flamewars from back in the day -- the ST is the father of the modern 3d RPG genre (see "Dungeon Master", one of the great games of all time, started on the ST) and a huge pile of well done arcade game ports from the mid-80s. Source: this is mostly a stock build, but there are a half dozen source patches; I've not set up a public git for it, but if anyone should like just ask and I'll stick it up somewhere, or post the diffs. Maybe I should include the diff's in the pnd, that'd make sense since they're small..