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My YouTube Mist videos / guides / demos / tutorials

Beitragvon philscomputerlab » Dienstag 3. November 2015, 16:03

Hello!

I hope it is ok to share my YouTube videos here. No ads on these Mist videos.

I have only done one so far, but the goal is to create a series, showing people how to use the Mist, how to configure it and so on. Really it is to get more people excited and interested in FPGA computers.

In this first video I mostly explain what a FPGA computer is and why it is different to classic software emulation. Anyway, hope you like it!

Here is the link: What is the Mist FPGA computer? #1

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Beitragvon Tom Phobos » Dienstag 3. November 2015, 23:51

Wow! Really nice video with much informations and a really good explanation, Thank you! I'm looking forward to the next episodes :)

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Beitragvon philscomputerlab » Mittwoch 4. November 2015, 01:56

Tom Phobos hat geschrieben:Wow! Really nice video with much informations and a really good explanation, Thank you! I'm looking forward to the next episodes :)


Thank you for your kind words :)

I'm also open to any suggestions.

In the next video I want to give an overview of the unit and how to run your first game. I think I'll go with the Amiga, as I'm more familiar with it compared to the Atari ST, but not 100%. Or C64, which is simpler and doesn't need a ROM?

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Beitragvon Tom Phobos » Mittwoch 4. November 2015, 10:13

In this case the C64-core is simpler to use. Here you only need the core and some .D64-images. For the Amiga you also need a kickstart-rom, but it's also not really difficult to install.

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Beitragvon h3nk » Donnerstag 5. November 2015, 15:12

;) nice one!
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Beitragvon MIST » Donnerstag 5. November 2015, 20:13

Wow, really excellent video!!!

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Beitragvon philscomputerlab » Freitag 6. November 2015, 09:22

Hey, thanks for the feedback :)

I will for sure keep going.

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Beitragvon philscomputerlab » Dienstag 10. November 2015, 13:21

Here is my second video!

MIST FPGA Computer First Time Guide Commodore 64 Core

In this video:

  • Overview of the Mist
  • Input, output and storage peripherals
  • Setting up SD card with Commodore 64 Core
  • Brief overview of the Mist project website / WIKI
  • Loading D64 games as well as inject games into memory
  • Highlight: Some Last Ninja 2 retro gaming action :D

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Beitragvon philscomputerlab » Mittwoch 23. Dezember 2015, 08:03

Hallo Mist Freunde / Hello Mist fans!

Mist FPGA C64 core review 37 games tested

This is a video review of the C64 core for the Mist FPGA computer. I will show you how to download the core and prepare your SD card.

The core supports D64 and PRG file formats. I will show you what options the core menu has and how to load and run games.

I will give a conclusion and a compatibility score and at the end, the highlight of this video, 37 games directly VGA captured as they appear and sound on the Mist FPGA computer.

The following C64 games are featured:

Salamander
19 Part One - Boot Camp
Arkanoid - Revenge of Doh
Auf Wiedersehen Monty
BOFH - Servers Under Siege
Bombo
Choplifter
Chuck Rock
Cybernoid - The Fighting Machine
Cybernoid II - The Revenge
Dan Dare III - The Escape
Deliverance - Stormlord II
Frogger
Hades Nebula
Kickstart
Kickstart II - The Construction Set
Licence to Kill
Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge
Moonshadow
Neuronics
Over the Net
Pac-Mania
Rampart
Rolling Ronny
Smash TV
Stone Age
Stormlord
Super Cards
Super Scramble Simulator
Super Space Invaders
Supremacy
Time Machine
Toobin'
Trailblazer
Trailblazer II
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego
Yie Ar Kung Fu II