Findecanor

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With the limited amount of SRAM in the RP2040, I'd think that number of games it could play must be limited to those carts that don't do any bank switching.
 
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Really nice project. Pico consumes a lot less power and Pi Zero.

I've put together code for a NES emulator for Raspberry Pi Pico as well.
In my project it can run several ROMs using Mappers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 (90% of the games).

It can do 60 frames per second on VGA and emulates APU and PPP perfectly well.
It uses a PS/2 Keyboard as controller (I have no NES controller here with me).
Sound is very impressive and there no glitches on video and backgound game music.

It's very impressive for such a small ARM Cortex M0+ microcontroller.
Video of Castlevania demonstration can be foud at
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iFT6jDa9Ug
 

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