When I heard that Hackaday was having a contest for projects that use 1KB or less of code, I thought it would be a good opportunity to get myself back into 2600 programming. It has been too long
This is a simple game that is based off of the "Dominant Amber" game in the AtGames Sega console. It is a really simple idea that is probably copied in other places too... I couldn't think of a good name for it so I am copying that as well for now...
The screen shows a random arrangement of two different colored objects, and you simply select which you think is the 'dominant' one. If you get it correct points are awarded. Incorrect responses subtract points. There are two minutes for each game. In the first minute, the dominant color is a bit more obvious.
Anyway, wanted to share it here before I post it to the contest.
Happy New Year
amber_12_31_16.bin 2KB 120 downloads
Dominant_Amber.asm 13.24KB 30 downloads
EDIT: Source code added to post.
Link to Hackaday posting: https://hackaday.io/...atari-2600-game
Edited by Wickeycolumbus, Tue Jan 3, 2017 9:38 PM.