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    Default Tiny, Wireless 8008 Emulator

    I just finished this up well enough to show:

    https://hackaday.io/project/28227-es...i8008-emulator

    This is an ESP8266-based Intel 8008 emulator, running SCELBAL and the Shooting Stars game from flash. It's only about 1" x 2" x 1.5" in size, and housed in a dollhouse-sized walnut case somewhat reminiscent of 1970's hobby machines. No front panel, though. not bad for $5.00 or so of parts. The wood cost more!

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    Looks cool, where is the code available from?

    Len

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    Neat! Way cheaper than the real thing, and a lot less annoying to interface with, I bet

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8008guy View Post
    Looks cool, where is the code available from?

    Len
    I've put the code in the Hackaday project. It includes and runs:
    Galaxy
    Shooting Stars
    Mike Willegal's mini-monitor
    Microsystems International Monitor

    I hope that I've given appropriate credit to all who help preserve this code, including, but not limited to:
    Dave Dunfield
    Herb Johnson
    Mike Willegal (who I'm fairly certain peruses this site)

    All in all, I'm pleased with the results although the code is icky. I've been doing this.."for a while"...and I still can't believe how this was done with about $5.00 of parts.

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