kat5200 is an emulator for the Atari 5200 and 8-bit computers (800/XL/XE).
Basically, it allows you to play to games from these systems on your
No I do not. The Rom Images and BIOS files can be had elsewhere. You
can try AtariAge ,
AtariMania or try using google.
There are a couple of reasons for this. First, the emulator must know
where the BIOS files are located for the particular system you are trying
to emulate. Set these up from the Machine-BIOS Files menu. Second, the
Launcher must know where the Rom Image for the game you are trying to play
is located. This and the BIOS files can be scanned for using the Scanning
Some games depend on the position of the 5200 controller along it's axis. The
5200 controller can indicate over 200 positions along it's axis. When using the
keyboard or digital controller, you can indicate 3 positions (left, center, right).
To help out with these particular games, use the Simulate Analog option from the
I'm using an analog joystick and playing games like Super Breakout, Gorf,
and Missle Command and things just move too fast.
Try lowering the Sensitivity setting for these games to something like 75%
and adjust to your liking from there. Also, remember that you can save
different Input profiles and assign them to different games in the Launcher.
Check the mappings for player 2. Is there one with 'x'? At that point player 2
gets the input. You can disable player 2 by setting A5200 Controller type to None
or simply change the input settings for player 2.
Yes, it is included in all of the downloads and can also be found