Atari Running on Any Machine is a virtual machine that allows you to run existing and develop new Atari ST/TT/Falcon applications on your computer.
Release Notes: Fixes were made in CPU, DSP, FPU, IKBD, and elsewhere. Mouse grab/ungrab was improved.
Release Notes: Improved Falcon DMA Sound, DSP, joysticks, and joypads.
Release Notes: This release adds a rewritten video backend for faster graphics, various bugfixes and improvements, and greatly-improved MacOS X support.
Release Notes: The MMU was fixed and made much faster. Mac OS X Universal binaries were added. And a lot of other minor bugfixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release features several new cool features. The MMU finally works correctly and ARAnyM is thus able to boot Linux/m68k.