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Funnymu

Description: FunnyMu - Creativision/Funvision/Wizzard emulator
Download: funnymu.i386-aros.zip       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 203kb
Version: 0.48R1.0
Date: 26 Aug 08
Author: Luca "MADrigal" Antignano
Submitter: Miloslav Martinka
Homepage: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/
Requirements: i386 Aros
Category: emulation/computer
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 399
 
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FunnyMu
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FunnyMu is an emulator of the Whizzard, Funvision and Creativision 
computer/games consoles that were sold in the early 1980s. I happened to have
bought a Funvision. As far as I know the Whizzard and Funvision have identical 
hardware, just the casing differs. The fundamental hardware is:

  2MHz 6502A CPU
  9929 Video chip with 16kbytes of RAM
  76489 Sound chip
  1Kbyte system RAM
  6821 PIA keyboard/sound/other interface chip

The fact that it has a 9929 and a 76489 makes it very very similar to a
Colecovision. The major difference is the CPU.

What I've done is to take Marat Fayzullin's ColEm Colecovision emulator, swap
in his 6502 emulation core and voila almost a Funvision. My major effort has 
been to get the keyboard/joysticks and sound to work.

Compiling for AROS, Miloslav Martinka.










































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