Retro Rocket BASIC-Powered Operating System

Retro-Rocket is a niche Operating System, designed to imitate and extend the BBC MOS 3.20 on PC hardware with modern concepts such as multitasking.

Retro-Rocket’s default shell is an extension of the BBC BASIC language rewritten from scratch in C and compiled for AMD64 systems, with extensions for multi-tasking and modern filesystem access.

The operating system is currently usable by interested developers under appropriate real hardware or under an emulator such as QEMU. Small FAT32 formatted hard disks are supported alongside ISO9660 CD ROMs.

Craig Edwards

Craig is the owner of, creating games and applications for over 20 years since his teenage years. He is a huge fan of software development and open source.