What is it? This Board emulates all 4 paddle games on the old TV game "pong" chip - the AY-3-8500. It uses an Atmel AVR processor - the ATmega328 and outputs the video signal and sound through two ...Read More…
This Board emulates all 4 paddle games on the old TV game "pong" chip - the AY-3-8500. It uses an Atmel AVR processor - the ATmega328 and outputs the video signal and sound through two RCA connectors.
I always wanted to create pong style retro games without a massive amount of logic chips and other circuitry. The AVR processor solves this by coding...
The design I ended up is a faithful reproduction of the 8500 chip.
Jumper to Select Between (Just solder the two PCB pads to select a mode )
Jumper to Select Version
1976 Version - Old
1977 Version - New
Assembled: Ready Built and Tested Unit -Ready to Go
User Manual: A user manual is included explaining each button what it does and also how to connect it to the T.V. and also how to wire the Paddles! - Depending on which country the correct NTSC/PAL jumper is configured before shipping.
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Alonso | July 30, 2019
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