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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 1:56 pm 
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http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... OCKOUT.TXT
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/incoming/LOCK1.BIN
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/incoming/LOCK2.BIN
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... ENGENQ.BIN
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... lashup.jpg
http://www.geocities.com/rndlogic/Bit_Transfers.txt <---geocities is down, anyone got a backup?
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... OCKOUT.TXT
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... iclone.rar
http://www.parodius.com/~memblers/nes/tengen_dis.txt
http://www.geocities.com/rndlogic/IA.txt <---also down
http://thefox.aspekt.fi/tengen_emu.rar <----rabbit chip emulator seems to be down
http://bootgod.dyndns.org:7777/downloads/TengenQ.txt
http://jonathan.microclub.ch/CIC_Clone.asm <--ciclone asm program
http://thefox.aspekt.fi/Tengen.c <---ciclone asm translated to c <---seems to be down
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/inc ... ICLONE.ASM <---kev's ciclone code that generates its own clock, if you're smart you'll just modify this to work using the clock provided See his post about this on page 15 on how to hook the chip up ect.
^^I compiled the info I thought would be usefull.


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I will put Tengen.c back up as soon as I get home in couple of weeks.

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Awesome, thank you :)


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Tengen.c is back online at http://thefox.aspekt.fi/Tengen.c as promised.


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i dont know if you figured it out but i own a sem if you want me to run somthing.

not kidding i acctual do have one in my basement


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2011 6:15 pm 
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richard wrote:
i dont know if you figured it out but i own a sem if you want me to run somthing.


The CIC has been reversed completely and has been implemented on a PIC chip...I know there's a seperate decapping and vecorizing project at visual6502.org that's looking to do a simulation of the CIC as well...they have nice shots of the 3193A available.

...Speaking of which, Kevtris took down (or had taken down) all of his materials on the lockout from his tripoint mirror. Does anyone have a mirror of these...more importantly, that of the ciclone rar or asm, for those of us who would rather flash our own chips (I don't remember if re-syncing the clock was necessary...It seems kevtris has removed most of the old information as well).

...If there was a takedown request that I was unaware of, then I'm sorry I asked...


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AWal wrote:
...Speaking of which, Kevtris took down (or had taken down) all of his materials on the lockout from his tripoint mirror. Does anyone have a mirror of these...more importantly, that of the ciclone rar or asm, for those of us who would rather flash our own chips (I don't remember if re-syncing the clock was necessary...It seems kevtris has removed most of the old information as well).

...If there was a takedown request that I was unaware of, then I'm sorry I asked...

The final, working CIClone code wasn't ever released here, so even if the files were available they wouldn't be that useful. Also, he doesn't want those files to be distributed anymore. Regardless, all the information needed to duplicate the functionality is still available in this thread. And not too long ago segher also disassembled the original CIC.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:17 am 
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Hello.

Could anybody reupload LOCK2.BIN dump file from kevtris?
It was located on:
http://tripoint.org/kevtris/mappers/incoming/LOCK2.BIN

Also does anybody have a copy of IA.txt from 'Zack S'?
It was located on:
http://www.geocities.com/rndlogic/IA.txt

And I'm interesting of this files, that died after server was turned off in 2012:
https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/mantey/www/D4 ... erview.jpg
https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/mantey/www/D4 ... sh_ROM.jpg
https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/mantey/www/NE ... erview.jpg
https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/mantey/www/NE ... IC_ROM.jpg

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:18 am 
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Have you looked over all the files on segher's site? https://hackmii.com/2010/01/the-weird-and-wonderful-cic/

Pretty much everything you need to replicate the NES and SNES CIC is there. This is all fresh in my mind having recently replicated them both on the STM8. So if you have specific questions ask away.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:12 am 
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infiniteneslives wrote:
Have you looked over all the files on segher's site?

Yes, already.
Only one remark to that article: in those days segher didn't know, that original cic chips is the Sharp SM590 and SM595 microcomputers.
But I'm interesting on more depply detailed information about cic from nintendo and tengen, such as die, specs, etc.


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