Emulation:  Right or Wrong?
aka "The EmuFAQ"


copyright (c) 1999 Sam Pettus (aka "the Scribe"), all rights reserved

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     The author would like to thank the following individuals, groups, organizations, firms, companies, and corporations for their aid in providing additional information and insights concerning their knowledge of emulation and their relationship with the emulation community.  This document is solely the work of the author, and should not be interpreted as the official stance on emulation as held by those named below.  Their opinions and policies do not necessarily agree with those of the author; however, they have been kind enough to help the author in his research, and he remains grateful for their assistance.

Individual contributors:  Mike Blair, Chuck Cochems, Omar Cornut, Brad Levicoff, Franklin Nixon, Christian Schiller, Steve Snake, Joseph Sullivan, Brad Taylor, Harry Tuttle, Andy Wolan

The emulation community:  Connectix, Inc., Dave's Video Game Classics, Emulation HQ, Zophar's Domain

The vendor community:  The Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA), Nintendo of America, Inc.

Special thanks:  David Lloyd, for granting me permission to reprint selected issues of his world famous cartoon strip OverClocked in the EmuFAQ.

Laws and statues (United States): Laws and statues (other): Court cases: Other court cases (dockets not found) Other authorities:

The EmuFAQ (c) 1999 Sam Pettus - section last revised 5 September 1999