Tag Archives: Cartridges

More development for the C64 Cartridge Dumper

Yesterday I was checking the cartridge dumps I was sent by Matt for “Double Dragon” and “Space Gun”. As things don’t add up with the dumps, I decided to try and get either cartridge on eBay.Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to … Continue reading

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Ocean’s Navy Seals Cartridge: Schematics

I am glad to share the schematics for Navy Seal’s Cartridge, which I have put together using the work available at c64-wiki.de as a baseline. Essentially this is a very similar configuration as Terminator 2’s but with two EPROM footprints … Continue reading

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An Ultimax cartridge dumped too

I finally found an Ultimax cartridge to test my C64 Cartridge Dumper with, so here’s a test I did with it: Stay tuned for more!

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Chase H.Q. II dumped too

I prepared the material for dumping my cartridge version of “Chase H.Q. II” so here’s a video of the process: Lua scripts are available on GitHub here. Stay tuned for more!

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How to easily remove a cartridge from my C64 Cartridge Dumper with a pencil

Easier to do than to write 🙂

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Alternative build of my C64 Cartridge Dumper

I shall be testing mechanical properties of the right-angle connector too… Fully built devices are available at 16 GBP + shipping, which, once again, helps me with the cost of those cartridges I had to acquire for testing purposes.

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DIY kits available for my C=64 Cartridge Dumper

I decided to manufacture a new PCB for the C=64 Cartridge Dumper that is easier to hack further.Those with soldering skills and interesting exotic cartridges would be ideal candidates to acquire a DIY kit and build their own. Once assembled … Continue reading

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