The Dragon 32 and the Dragon 64 were home computers produced in the UK between 1982 and 1984. The machine had major flaws and was not a commercial success.
Dragon 32/64 emulators
XRoar is the only emulator you’ll need. It’s an open source Dragon emulator for Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix.
Running Dragon 32/64 games with XRoar
You will need a ROM file to make XRoar work in the first place, you can find them on the TRS-80 Color Computer Archive. Place the ROM files
in XRoar directory and be careful to name them properly, as stated in the manual.
For example, you will need to
have a ROM named “d32.rom” in the directory to be able to emulate the Dragon 32. Once you have the ROM running (you are prompted with a green screen), it’s easy to start a game.
- click on File > Run… then choose the game file you have previously unzipped ;