Hi, I have requested this port also years ago for the GP2X. It never happened though... but I hope someone tries it on the Pandora or maybe even helps me compiling it for the Pandora myself. First I would like to introduce the to be emulated system I am talking about: the MZ-800 http://www.mess.org/sysinfo:mz800 It is a PC from 1984 and is not very well known. Had a lot of crappy games, but it also some nice ones. The basic that was shipped with (on disk not in Rom) was pretty good. It was also capable of running CP/M (the predecessor of MS-DOS). Some of its games: Flappy (the best version ever, it's better than the NES one) Nakamoto (there's also a version for CPC, but the MZ800 version is better) Zexas (nice shooter) Moty (puzzle) Wooky (Action Puzzle) It was also compatible with the Sharp MZ700 so the software for that computer can also be used. http://sourceforge.n...ojects/mz800em/ On the GP2X forum I got this comment from Jonathan Holland. "I took a look at the source code to the emulator briefly, It appears to be coded entirely in C, though there might be a inline assembly function or two that I missed. That said, porting it should not be a difficult task, the only area's that would not easily port right away appeared to be the input section and how the program handles the framebuffer." With our Pandora that should not be a big problem I guess and a straight compile might even work? I have tried to run it on my desktop, but it had dependencies issues. The code is from 2002 so probably works with very old libraries and I don't know how to solve that. I don't need a lot of fancy stuff or a gui. A command line version will be good enough for me. Anyone interested in giving it a try?