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Continuum 93 - A retro computer emulator which takes native assembly programs

A topic by Enthusiast Guy created Dec 24, 2022 Views: 135 Replies: 1
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Hey everyone and Merry Christmas to you all!

This is just to let you know I've now released my first version of Continuum 93, a retro "machine" which is now available on Windows but will slowly migrate onto some microcontrollers later on and eventually might even get its own hardware.

Pretty excited about it, I did rush a bit to release it just before Christmas, but I very much welcome all critique as well.

Continuum 93

Enjoy it!

Best regards!

Enthusiast guy

Hello again!

Here is yet another update on the Continuum 93 and Continuum Tools debugger.

In a nutshell:

  • A very much improved debugger, also written with MonoGame;

  • new OS for Continuum written directly in the assembly language of this machine;

  • new way of programming with VS Code and the code can be split over different files;

  • improved CPU, logging and a bunch of others along with sample programs.

Next step would be to actually add some sound to it before porting it to other platforms.

Here’s also a presentation video for this update: