|Last Modified||02 April 2017|
I collect retro consoles and computers, and have a few old arcade machines on top of my ever-growing pinball game collection. From time to time, it’s fun to take on a reverse-engineering challenge, modifying code for the sake of changing graphics or rule sets, or just to understand the platform, especially if electronic schematics are handy too.
I have been (slowly :-P) developing new hardware and software for these old systems (such as games, rule adjustments, I/O interfaces, visual mods, and memory controllers) to someday possibly push the limits of what these systems can do.
|Graphics Hacks For the Tapper Arcade Game And Others||ARC||Graphics Hacking||04 Dec 2016|