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achtbit to run in Linux online
DESCRIPTION:Ever had the experience of a 8 bit system, having max. 64k memory, using assembler to write effective small programs?
This system is an experimental 8 bit, 16 color computer, with a processer similar to Z80, that (on my laptop using linux with NO opengl support) achieves up to 1.2 Million instructions per second and 50 Hz. screen refresh rate.
It has a builtin assembler to load assembler programs.
There is a rudimentary rom that implements some basic functions like line input, or a system clock.
Also there is a snake game, (depending on that rom), as a reference and for fun!
Take a look, give me your reply!
When having ideas for better performance, let me know!
- eight bit cpu emulator
- customizable 16 color palette
- one text and three graphic modes
- sound port (one line)
- machine language similar to Z80
- builtin assembler
- builtin load of assembler programs and memory dumps
- builtin debug tools
- reference game "snake" written in assembler
Developers, End Users/Desktop
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/achtbit/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.