Steven Seagal's Atari ST Web Site

Steem SSE

"Out for Emulation"

 

Steem emulator
by Anthony & Russell Hayward

 
     
 

Info

 
  Steem SSE
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Steem Engine, by Anthony & Russell Hayward
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Steem is a well known Atari ST emulator, both accurate and easy to use thanks
to its great user interface.
Its development was stopped in 2004, at v3.2. The Steem authors probably got
sick of all the lamers.
In 2011 the Hayward bros released the source code for further development.

SSE
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Steem SSE is a new version of Steem based on this release. It incorporates
new features and emulation improvements, some of them based on the Hatari
emulator (likewise, some Steem improvements are also copied in Hatari), some
on various internet discussions and documentation, like chip datasheets.

Steem SSE aims to be the #1 STF/STE emulator. There's no limitation in
the original Steem code structure (in C++) that would make that goal
unreachable.

'SSE' stands for 'Steven Seagal Edition'. Steven Seagal is a well known
Aikido grandmaster, action movie star, musician and playboy.
It is rumoured he has a shadowy past working for some secret agencies.
This is also my silly handle at http://www.atari-forum.com (AF).
 
     
 

Original installation files

 
  Though if you don't already have this, I wonder what you're doing here.  
 

Steem 3.2 (Win32) 22/10/2004

 
     
 

Martial Mods

 
 

Please copy new files to your existing Steem installation.

 
 

Steem.SSE.3.6.4.Win32 15/06/2014

 
 

Coming soon!

 
 

 

 
 

All builds   Unix  Boiler (debugger)

 
 

online Steem manual     SSE options (v3.5)

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
 

Source (GPL3)

 
  The Steem source is available at:

http://code.google.com/p/steem-engine/ (v 3.2 & 3.3)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/steemsse/ (since V. 3.4)

 

 
     

 

And now what you will not find on other emulator sites: brag screens! (and bad puns)

Games (1) (2)

Demos (1) (2) (3) (4)

Apps

Other downloads

Some User Testimonials

Emulation documentation

and due to popular demand:

Archive: Coming Soon! screens for v3.4 #2 #3

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.5.0

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.5.1

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.5.2

Archive: Coming Soon! screens for v3.5.3 #2

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.5.4

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.5.5 (unreleased)

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.6.0

Archive: Coming Soon! screen for v3.6.1-v3.6.4