Tag Archives: 6502

Turbo Rascal rulez!

Turbo Rascal is a development environment for the Commodore computers but also for others like NES and so on. It is a bit different from other IDE because it is based on a Pascal-like language. It is not easy to … Continue reading
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Commodore Retro Magic Dream: Pyc64 supports I/O on real emulation

I am happy to announce pyc64 now supports save and load programs on top of real emulation. Irmen point me to the right code to look, and I implemented the fix in the weekend; happy hacking!   Commodore-64 simulator in … Continue reading
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About 6502 emulator

I’d like to point you to this blog article about “cycle stepped” 6502 emulator. It is well described and can be a neat read for xmas vacation. Also author’s main project is all about A toolbox of 8-bit chip-emulators, helper … Continue reading
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8 Bit computers: from 1977 to 1985

The first draft of my book is here! Take a look to http://8bit.gioorgi.com/
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Coming soon 8 Bit computers: from 1977 to 1985

Hi all! I decided to write a book called “8-Bit Computers: Retro computer history in the ’80”. It is my first book on this topic, so I need you comments & advices! A small extract is right here for download. … Continue reading
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Commodore Retro Magic Dream

When I was young I was able to play with my Vic20/Commodore64. I learned to love programming with these small 8-bit *real* computers. I was between 11 and 12 years old, and just learning basic English, with only a data-casette … Continue reading
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