We just received a message from Todd Bailey that we thought folks would like to check out:
Andrew Reitano, who many of you know as “my Lockheed friend” just programmed this really cool demo in 65c816 assembly for the SNES. It’s a flyer for a music festival in Tokyo that he’s playing. For those of you familiar with either the SNES or ‘816 (or even 6502), you know the amount of work it takes to make something like this.
From Andrew: “The hardware is a bitch – but it has some really sweet features … the 65c816 – 8/16 bit selection blows.”
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