Really cool fantasy console! It was nice to write some assembly code after long time, although it would be easier if I knew 6502 instructions instead of 8051 and didn’t mix them up, but still I had a lot of fun.
A downloadable tool for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Minicube64 is a fantasy console style emulator based on 6502, with the intention of helping people learn how games were made for older systems such as Atari 26OO, NES or C64, but without many of the difficult hardware restrictions.
It runs 6.4mhz, with 64kb of ram and a simple 64x64 pixel framebuffer with 64 colors.
As it is based on 6502, Minicube64 follows the same rules, directives and instructions that are common to those systems.
Check out the getting started documentation here
Check out the aeriform Discord for updates and discussion https://discord.gg/y33Gthd
For more information and a guide on how to get started with 6502 check out https://skilldrick.github.io/easy6502
Originally developed by MonstersGoBoom as a joke lowrezjam entry.
Minicube64 is built on Fake6502 by Mike Chambers.
NES APU by Matthew Conte
6502 Assembler by Loopy
SOKOL Audio by Andre Weissflog and the MiniFB team.
Click download now to get access to the following files: