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Tools developped especially for the SuperCPU
The following tools were made just for the SuperCPU. They require a SuperCPU and sometimes also a SuperRAM card.
Title: Sirius 65816 V2.1
Sirius is a 65816 development system for the SuperCPU. It is based
on El Cheapo Assembler and has numerous features and improvements.
Coded by Wyndex
Description: Sirius V2.1
Sirius V2.1 Docs
Description: Sirius V2.1 Docs
Title: Mavrick 1581
Mavrick 1581 for the SuperCPU
Description: Mavrick 1581 docs
Juddpeg (updated IFLI-version)
Nothing is impossible: the new version of Juddpeg by Steve Judd and Adrian Gonzalez displays jpeg-pictures on the C64 in IFLI-mode! This is a new version featuring better dithering.
Hint for pal-users: Before loading this, turn off your c64, switch the SuperCPU to 1Mhz, turn the c64 on again and switch back to 20 Mhz when the "ready"-screen appears.
Download Juddpeg (IFLI-version with sample-pictures)
This one was the first monitor supporting the 65816-opcodes, coded by Mr.Lee/Cascade.
Modplay 64 V1.1
This great tool by Nate Dannenberg plays Amiga/Protracker Modfiles on a C64! Required is a REU or a SuperCPU and REU (no SuperRamCard-support).
Download Modplay 64 V1.1
Aminet subdirectory for a lot of modfiles.
Tools adapted for the SuperCPU
These tools have been fixed, adapted and/or fitted with extra stuff to support the SuperCPU.
This version of the Byteboiler-cruncher was adpated to the SuperCPU/SuperRamCard by Ninja/The Dreams. Compared to the REU-Version, the packer is about twice as fast now..
Download Byteboiler V1.1
This Backup-Copy is based on "Beta Copy" for the REU. This Version was adapted to work with SuperCPU+RamCard.
Download SuperCPU Backup
Applications adapted for the SuperCPU
These applications have been fixed, adapted and/or fitted with extra stuff to support the SuperCPU.