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  1. Opcode just posted this video. Is this for sale yet? I don't want to miss out!
  2. I have been wanting a MK1 since 2017, I want both actually, but when will I be able to get a MK1? I have been on the mailing list the whole time.
  3. I put u09 into a 6800 dissembler I found and from looking at the output it looks like it handled it right? Honestly the Assembly code I did in college was simpler with just a single processor. The vidiot board has a 6800 and 6809 in it. Seems like a fun project to play with. 891-16-u09.dasm.txt
  4. LOL, I knew you added capabilities to the the F18A. I misunderstood that you were saying the 9918A could do more than one color. Is it really 1 color if you have transparent too? Doesn't that count as 2? LOL.
  5. I'm a programmer by trade, but I haven't done any machine code since college and that was over 20 years ago, but I'd totally over love to give it a go! I thought that they got multiple colors per Sprite on the Colecovision by stacking sprites. I didn't know 9918 could do more than 2 color sprites!
  6. I think that people would love a version with a better video portion to the game. Something more Pac-Man authentic. BTW, @koolmoecraig it's nice to see you still kicking around.
  7. Well, the F18 doesn't output RGB so the Vidiot board has a chromadecoder in it to convert the composite video to RGB and doesn't look as good as it would if it were RGB. Either version of the F18a would be an upgrade for Baby Pac, You could put in a VGA CRT in if you wanted with the MK2 or even a LCD over HDMI (blasphemy).
  8. I have a Baby Pac-Man if you want me to test it in that.
  9. Yeah, the one in my game was bad and I "borrowed" a replacement from a Colecovision I had to get mine working. https://forums.arcade-museum.com/showthread.php?t=380222
  10. Some quick questions about the MK2: Does it still output video on the original pins? Can I get analog RGB from it? I would like to put one in my Baby Pac-Man as the vidiot board in it does a terrible job with converting to RGB (Via a chroma decoder) I would like to get something that will look better on the original arcade monitor. I would be sweet to also have a TV connected as a spectator monitor. I still want one for my Colecovision, so the digital output for that will be awesome.
  11. My excitement keeps building!!
  12. * Standard 20-pin FPC header but make my own connector board with a DVI header. This would allow an audio header on the header board and possibly analog VGA signals. This seems like the best choice, some applications would prefer a analog signal and others a digital signal. It's easy enough to buy a DVI to HDMI adapter.
  13. Oh and what about one of these? https://aerialpixels.com/shop/audio-video-cables-accessories/ultra-thin-hdmi-cables/hyper-thin-hdmi-mini-hdmi-mini-female-flat-ribbon-cable-11%E2%80%B3-30cm/ You just need the female end and the ribbon, then have a header on the F18A?
  14. Is there a list I can get on to get an F18A MK2? I missed out on the first version because all I could find the codehackcreate.com site.
  15. I'm actually planning on putting it in my Baby Pac-Man arcade game. But if I can get two I'll put one in my USA colecovision.
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