Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) App Review – Best Apps for Windows 10

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App Name Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator)
Version 2.0
Update 2015-09-06
Requirement Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

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How To Install Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) on Windows 10

This app is made for Android. So, if you wanna install Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) on PC Windows, first you will need Android Emulator like NOX App or Bluestacks. With this emulator app you will be able to running Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) into your Windows 7, 8, 10 Laptop. And even install android app on your MAC OSx PC

  1. Go to this Bluestacks download page or NOX App Download Page to get the emulator that compatible with your Operating System.
  2. Click the icon on Desktop to run the Bluestacks Emulator app on Windows.
  3. Login with your Google Play Store account.
  4. Then, open Google Play Store and search for ” Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) “
  5. Choose one of the app from the search result list. Click the Install button.
  6. Or you can import the Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator).apk file that you’ve downloaded from the link on above this article with Bluestacks File Explorer. Right-Click then install it.
  7. Now you can play Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) app for PC.
  8. Enjoy the app!
  9. Installing NOX it’s almost the same with step on above

Install Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) on MAC PC

This Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) is a great fit for Mac OS as well. To download it in your Mac Book, first you’ll need to download the .dmg file of BlueStacks Emulator for MAC. After you have finished installing BlueStacks emulator, the process of installation for Mac OS is exactly the same as Windows. Follow the above steps and you will successfully download the Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) App. on your Mac Book PC.

How to completely uninstall (remove) Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator)?

Because this app is installed on PC with Bluestacks, So just follow these instructions on bellow To uninstall (remove) app:

  • On the BlueStacks window, click on the Blue colored “Home” button as shown in the picture below
  • Once you click on the “Home” button, you will be able to see the option “Installed apps” on the Home screen
  • Hover the mouse near “Installed apps” and it will then show further options “Install apk” and “Delete apps” as shown in the picture below. Left click on “Delete apps” once
  • Once we click that option, the screen option will appeared
  • All the installed apps will have a small Red “X” marked on the top left. Left click once on the small Red “X” associated with the icon of the app you are intending to uninstall or delete
  • Click on Yes to Uninstall/Delete the app
  • Repeat the procedure in case you have more than one app to be uninstalled or deleted from BlueStacks.
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Alternatively, you may also left-click and hold the app icon you want to uninstall or delete and then click once on (cross button) next to the app icon to uninstall it.

Beebdroid (BBC Micro emulator) for Windows Reviews

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We grew up with the BBC Micro and we loved it, so we’re bringing it back to the world!

See that Android phone in your hand? That’s not Intel inside – it’s powered by an ARM processor. The ‘A’ in ‘ARM’ stood for Acorn, a visionary British company that produced the seminal BBC Micro, and thirty years later – coming full circle – your phone hosts its venerable ancestor today.

Have fun reliving classic games from the 1980s, hosted by BBC Micro preservation website – any questions, please email [email protected]

Works at the full 50 frames per second on most recent powerful Android phones and tablets. This means anything significantly better than an HTC Desire or Nexus One (except, annoyingly, the brand new Galaxy Nexus, because it has the archaic GPU from 2010’s Galaxy S pushing 240% of the pixels), or any Android 3.x or 4.x tablet. If you try to run this thing on something like a Wildfire or a ZTE Blade, please don’t whinge to us that it runs like a dog – just go and buy a Galaxy S II already 😉 It’s an extremely faithful emulation, way moreso than other machines’ emulators, but if you think you can make it quicker, get involved – it’s open-source – code it!

Works with the specialised controls of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (but doesn’t run at 50 frames per second).

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This FREE and OPEN SOURCE application – the source code is published on Github at – is based on B-Em for Linux by Tom Walker and licensed under GNU General Public License v2.0 as detailed at – we encourage others to assist us in developing Beebdroid further. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the license for more details.

Beebdroid does not ship with any third party programs such as games – these are accessed via third party websites which have hosted such programs for years. Should any licence holders object to third party websites providing such programs, please contact the third party websites in question. We are furthermore also happy on a best-effort basis to block the visibility of specific programs within Beebdroid upon written request from verified product licence holders. We are also able to offer an in-app payment solution for your programs in such circumstances – please contact us for details.

The rights to the BBC Micro ROMs are believed by the emulator community to have effectively fallen into the public domain, having lain unclaimed for many years – Acorn itself is of course long bankrupt, and the documentation for the rights is rumoured to have gone down in the World Trade Center on 9/11. If you believe that you have a claim to the ROMs that has never been disclosed to the emulator community, or indeed has never been proven under law, remember that this is a labour of love, a free and open source preservation effort, and so please talk to us in the first instance, cheers!
Sound now working on Android 5.0 and later. Added x86 support. Removed adverts. And we’re working on some enhancements over the next few weeks – if you have any requests, email [email protected] cheers!


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