Youtube user Kenneth Lindroos posted this video of a student project he was working on with some classmates.
As part of one of our first year computing projects at Imperial College London, we have written a 3D game in bare metal ARM assembly, as a tribute to Star Fox.
- 5900 lines of ARM assembly (ARMv6 + VFP1)
- Software rasterizer
- 3D objects
- 2D billboards
- Sound using DMA
- NES controller input
- Math & utility library
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