Electronic circuits - interfacing a Nintendo NES from Snowdrop OS
Last updated on March 11, 2019, 22:36 by Sebastian Mihai
Given that I'm low on free time, I decided to let my Snowdrop OS play video games, instead of playing them myself.
The Nintendo NES controller interface is based on a single 4021B IC (8-bit static shift register) and connects to my CMOS buffer board, which connects to my parallel port isolation board. Like many of my other projects, game play is driven by a Snowdrop OS BASIC program.
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