One Chip to Rule them All
The MIST board was designed to implement classic 16 bit computers like the Amiga, Atari ST(E), Apple Macintosh or the Acorn Archimedes as a System-on-a-Chip using modern hardware. But it equally well supports 8 bit systems like the Atari XL, ZX81, ZX Spectrum, C64, Atari VCS, Atari 5200, Colecovision, Apple II, Sega Master System, Nintendo Gameboy, Nintendo NES, Odyssey2 and many many more …
The MIST board is not about emulation. It’s about the re-implementation of the original hardware itself in so-called FPGAs .
|1-Feb-2016||And another brand new core:BK0011M|
|28-Jan-2016||The Minimig AGA got an updated68020 CPU|
|18-Jan-2016||New tutorials:Ethernet and15 kHz TV|
|28-Dec-2015||TheZX Spectrum has been rewritten and is now cycle exact|
|20-Nov-2015||ThePlus Too has reached a first usable state|
|27-Oct-2015||Another 68k classic: ThePlus Too has been ported and is now being brought into a usable state|
|9-Oct-2015||TheBBC Micro has been ported|
These project pages contain the source code for the firmware of the MIST FPGA board as well as e.g. the Atari ST and Amiga FPGA cores.
Featured Wiki Pages
Start with these; more pages and details are available inside the wiki.
- Getting started with your MIST (using the ST core)
- Frequently asked questions
- What is the MIST board?
- Overview over the MIST board
- Troubleshooting the board
- Visit the MIST section of the Atari Forum
- 15 Computers
- 10 Consoles
- 6 Arcade games
- Mailing list
- List of various FPGA project that potentially run on the MIST
- How to develop for the MIST
- How to compile the cores
- How to port other FPGA projects to the MIST