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- Sep 14, 2018
Sergey Dvodnenko said:
jotego said:The Data East Robocop/Dragon Ninja game system is made of two PCBs. Data East kindly distributed the schematics for these PCBs as part of the service manual. A powerful M68000 runs the game, while the MC6502 (Commodore 64, NES, etc.) takes care of sound. Thread begins...
Have anybody used any of the Mister Jamma solutions? I scooped up the Irken Labs one (he's calling it the Jamma Expander) today, looking forward to trying it out.
I'm Robert Peip, also known as FPGAzumSpass.
After starting with FPGAs as a hobby, I worked about 7 years as fulltime FPGA developer and came back to do it as hobby again...because it's fun.
I'm working mainly on MiSTer Cores:
PlayStation Core - work in progress
Atari Lynx Core
Gameboy Core - Features (e.g. Savestates, Fastforward, Splitscreen)
NES Core - Savestates
Nintendo DS - 2D only, not on MiSTer
AO486 - Cache/Speedup