Demonstration and setup of the Mist FPGA Computer with the Amiga 1200 core. PhilsComputerLab will look at loading games form floppy images, but much more convenient is using classic workbench and WHDLoad. I go over the setup, what software and other bits you need. At the end are some direct VGA captures of the Mist in action. The MIST board uses modern hardware to implement classic 16 Bits computers like Amiga, Atari, and 8 Bits systems like C64, ZX-Spectrum, MSX, Atari XL/VCS, Apple II, Colecovision, Sega, NES, etc. The MIST is a re-implementation of the original hardware in a FPGA.
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