The CoCo-Pi project emulates a variety of Tandy Color Computers and compatibles on a Raspberry Pi 3 or higher. The project was started in 2012 by Chris Hawks and the current public distribution is being managed by Ron Klein.
The main purpose of the project is to provide a user friendly and menu driven way to experience Color Computer emulation. A novice can be up in running emulating a variety of Color Computers quickly and easily. For the more technically inclined there’s a lot more under the hood and advance menu options will present them with a plethora of options.
The minimum requirements are a Raspberry Pi3 and the image is hyper optimized to provide the best possible CoCo performance on the standard Pi 3, running on a Pi 3b or Pi 4 will be even nicer.
The enormity of computer systems, disk images, virtual hard drives, emulators, communication servers and development tools included in the disk image are staggering, so seriously consider a 32GB or 64GB MicroSD card for this project.
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