Write 8-bit code in your browser

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Write 8-bit code in your browser

Post by DrF » Sun Dec 23, 2018 10:59 am

Write 8 bit code in the browser. The Atari 2600 is listed as a platform and some old arcade platforms.

http://8bitworkshop.com/
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Re: Write 8-bit code in your browser

Post by exxos » Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:31 am

Sweet! Windows 98 in a browser, Atari 2600 in a browser, whatever next ? Internet in a browser ? :lol:
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Re: Write 8-bit code in your browser

Post by Cyprian » Sun Dec 23, 2018 1:01 pm

very cool page,
I found it some times age, and wrote some tests.

would be cool to have also 800XL and Lynx emulation there
Lynx II / Jaugar / TT030 / Mega STe / 800 XL / 1040 STe / Falcon030 / 65 XE / 520 STm / SM124 / SC1435
SDrive / PAK68/3 / Lynx Multi Card / LDW Super 2000 / XCA12 / SkunkBoard / CosmosEx / SatanDisk / UltraSatan / USB Floppy Drive Emulator / Eiffel / SIO2PC / Crazy Dots / PAM Net
Hatari / Steem SSE / Aranym / Saint
http://260ste.appspot.com/

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Re: Write 8-bit code in your browser

Post by czietz » Sun Dec 23, 2018 1:58 pm

I find it most fascinating that you can also simulate discrete digital logic described in Verilog on that page to build e.g. a Pong clone.

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