|February 8, 2022|
Llamarama was a compilation disc for Windows.
The included games spanned over three decades from 1981 to 2002.
It was released in the twelfth issue of Retro Gamer magazine in April 2006.
Eighteen emulators were available on the disc to play the thirty-four included games across seven different platforms.
In addition to the emulators to play the included games, two Sharp X68000 emulators were included as well.
- Atari 8-bit computers: Atari800win, Atari++
- Commodore 16: Minus4w, WinVICE, YAPE
- Commodore 64: CCS64, Frodo, WinVICE
- MSX: BlueMSX, NLMSX, ParaMSX
- Sharp X68000: EX68, WinX68
- VIC-20: Pfau Zeh, WinVICE
- ZX81: NOZX81, Xtender2
- ZX Spectrum: Spectaculator, SPIN, ZX32
Included technical demos
- Atari 8-bit computers: Colourspace light synthesizer demo and documentation
- Commodore 64: Syncro Demo 1, Syncro Demo 2, Torus Demo 1, and Torus Demo 2
Llamarama contained thirty-four games.
This included games developed by Llamasoft, as well as those by Jeff Minter that predate Llamasoft.