> > Thanks for the updates. If schematics are being created, can games that use proms
> > started (ie: Ramtek Clean Sweep)? Or is it only all-TTL logic type hardware games
> > now?
> If someone captures a game with ROMs, I'll add support for ROMs to TTL. That should
> be rather easy. The ROM contents could be included as hexdump in the part
> description, or perhaps be loaded from a filename specified in the entry for the ROM.
I'm anxious to see rom loading included as many of the TTL games I looked at had roms before I decided to start w/ Touch Me. Stunt Cycle is way up on my list unless someone beats me to it first ;-)
I wonder which method of incorporating the rom dump would be preferable for distribution? To me, a hexdump incorporated in the part description would be ideal, as only one item (or package) is necessary to be distributed. However, rom data is a gray-area, whereas an electronic conversion of schematics seems not to be. Would the inclusion of the rom data with the schematic data make the package as a whole more inaccessible? Just curious what everyone's thoughts are...