--- Antonio Carlini <Antonio.Carlini(a)riverstonenet.com> wrote:
Did they really
use them for 8600 console's?
I found some references to the Simpact ICP1600
claiming that it too used a T-11.
It's true. I have an ICP1600. It's like a COMBOARD, but
with a PDP-11 chip instead of a 68000. If anyone has
software for it, I'd love to play with it; they were a
competitor of ours, way back when.
There's also T-11 support in MAME ... it looks
like some Atari
arcade games may have used it (came as something
of a surprise to me ...)
No doubt. I know that they used AMD 2901 bitslice processors
for their vector mathboxes for games like BattleZone, but I
didn't know about any T-11s.
Do You Yahoo!?
Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup