While checking out the PCem source repository, I noticed this little addition:
Well, now that is pretty interesting!
The SSI-2001 card dates back from when people were starting to try to make the PC into a gaming platform. While some people were adding chips not used in other platforms, Innovation went the direction of adding a Commodore SID onto an ISA card, giving the PC the sound capabilities of a Commodore 64. Sadly the card failed to catch on (The Commodore curse?) and it only saw a hand full of games that supported it.
- Bad Blood
- Battle Chess II
- BattleTech: The Crescent Hawks’ Revenge
- F-19 Stealth Fighter
- Falcon A.T.
- Joe Montana Football
- Lord of the Rings Volume 1
- Red Storm Rising
- Super Jeopardy
- Ultima VI
From googling around this is the only games I’m aware of.
I recompiled PCem, and enabled the SS1-2001, and loaded up Ultima VI. It works perfectly well. And to be honest I like it more than the Adlib! emulation.