Hello Universe, a website for the benchmark Universe of MCPs, has just announced an update for the MCP emulator.
The update adds support for the latest version of the MCU.
The MCU is the engine behind many popular MCUs.
The most popular MCU on the MCUPool.org emulator is the MCI-MCU.
Other MCUs include the MCUs from Atari, Microsoft, Intel, Atari ST, Commodore, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, C64, and Atari 2600.
These MCUs are used by many games and emulators, including the MCPU.
The MCU support is a nice addition, especially since it will allow people to play games on the newer MCUs, such as the new Commodore 64.
The new update also adds support to the MCUpdater, which can be used to update the MCupdater database.
The database is updated every few minutes.
The latest update also allows users to install the latest update of the benchmark mcp emulator.
The update also makes the MCIPython interpreter available, which will allow users to write programs for the test environment.
For a full list of updates, see the MCupscript.org wiki.