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You mean the registers we use to control graphics, sound, input, etc? If so, those have nothing to do with the 6502. The 6502 is the CPU, those other parts of the system just happen to "connect" to the CPU through different addresses.Laserbeak43 wrote:Hello,
Is there a list of addresses to write to? Would this be called List of 6502 registers?
The wiki has a lot of info on these registers:
http://wiki.nesdev.com/w/index.php/Cont ... _registers
Unfortunately, the APU pages don't have a complete list of registers, the information is scattered across several pages.
Also, different mappers have different registers: