In a world first, US firm Microcode Solutions has released Fusion, a 68K Macintosh emulator for PCs.

Microcode developed the first Mac emulator for the Amiga in 1992, this has been ported to the PC. Fusion is a full-colour Macintosh emulator, which Microcode claims: "Can run more 68K Macintosh software than any single model Macintosh made."

Fusion lets you surf the Internet in more than 256 colours, and can play games with full sound support. Fusion PC is £33 and is distributed by Blittersoft. The firm promises a PowerPC emulator later this summer.