A multiplayer Tetris game written in bare metal assembly for Raspberry Pi. This project was completed in 3 weeks (amidst exams and normal school work) as an extension to Imperial College London’s first year computing project.
Our source code features:
– 4000 lines of documented ARM assembly code
– Optimised driver for a NES controller connected via GPIO
– Asynchronous networking for two Pis connected via GPIO
– Doubly buffered rendering logic for HDMI output
– Custom ARMv6 assembler written from scratch in C (released as binary only)
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