Get the most recent zip file below (it also contains help files and demo files). You'll need to click the download-arrow at the right below to get it .
The application is not yet digitally signed, so you will get the usual warnings from Windows when trying to launch it, and from your browser on downloading the zip file, both of which you can safely ignore. Please check the About Me page for some reassurance about me and therefore the safety of these download file executable (see instructions in About Me on how to find my profile on the Professional Engineers Ontario web site).
I still hear an occasional claim from a user that an exe file contained in the zip files below is "corrupted" or that Windows Defender detects a virus or malware.
If you ever have any doubt about the exe that the zip files contain, please submit the downloaded zip file itself (or the full download link to it here on my web page) to an online virus and malware checking site (such as www.virustotal.com) -- they will scan the zip with many tools.
I do occasional straight binary comparisons of all the posted zip files below against my backup originals using " fc /b" -- NO bytes have changed so the files have not been corrupted, and a check shows all are working normally.
If your system detects a problem with the extracted exe file, please ensure that your antivirus/antimalware software is up to date and CHECK YOUR SYSTEM FOR THE PRESENCE OF OTHER VIRUSES OR MALWARE -- they may be responsible for corrupting your local copy of UnoArduSIm.exe! THAT HAVING BEEN SAID, a recent (August 3016) Windows Defender update continues to falsely detect my posted V.1.6.1 version as containing "Trojan:Win32/Maltule.C!cl " -- even after a September 16 recompile seemed to temporarily fix that--I have checked with a binary tool and none of the actual executable bytes have changed, and it was never "compromised". If you check on Google, you will see many reports of false positives by Windows Defender for "Trojan:Win32/Maltule.C!cl ". I have decided to simply remove the posted V1.6.1 version from this page to avoid Windows Defender scaring users about it (if you want to get the original zip file, or more info, please look under my Recent Announcements page announcing its withdrawal).
I have left some of the older versions below as a back-up in case there is a feature you use that somehow got broken in the newer version.
This is a simulator for Windows (XP or later). Porting to other operating systems is a possible project for future.