What other Cores are available for the Next?

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MikeCad
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What other Cores are available for the Next?

Post by MikeCad » Mon May 29, 2017 4:09 pm

Extra cores are not the primary focus of the Next, but the board is FPGA based, so you can upload anything you want. There is another project called Multicore which now supports 42 different cores. All of them could easily run on the Next board by just changing the FPGA pinout.
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Re: What other Cores are available for the Next?

Post by Lady Eklipse » Mon May 29, 2017 5:06 pm

There is an actual list of cores available:
VIDEO GAME CONSOLES (total of 6)
- Atari 2600
- Odyssey 2
- Colecovision
- Adventurevision
- Sega Master System
- Nintendo 8 bits (NES)

MICROCOMPUTERS (total of 18)
- ZX Spectrum 48Kb (TBBlue)
- ZX Spectrum 128Kb (TBBlue)
- ZX Spectrum +3 (TBBlue)
- ZX 80 (TBBlue)
- ZX 81 (TBBlue)
- Jupiter Ace (TBBlue)
- MC1000
- ZX 81
- Apple II Plus
- Vic 20
- Commodore 16
- Commodore 64
- MSX
- Tandy Color Computer
- BBC Micro Model A
- TK2000
- CP/M 3.0
- Compukit UK101 / Orao
- TRS80 model III

ARCADES (total of 18)
- Frogger
- Scramble
- Pac-Man
- Crush Roller
- Ms Pac-man
- Super Glob
- Mr TNT
- Gorkans
- Galaxian
- Galaga
- Phoenix
- Pleiads
- Space Invaders
- Space Invaders Deluxe
- Lunar Rescue
- Space Laser
- Super Earth Invasion
- Ballon Bomber

Source: http://www.victortrucco.com/Multicore/Multicore
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