This repository contains an implementation of a Chip-8 interpreter written in modern C++. It supports the complete set of the standard Chip-8 instructions with unit tests but doesn't include support for Super Chip-48.
All the dependencies are included in this repository as submodules.
Building with CMake
$ git clone https://github.com/shlomnissan/chip8.git $ cd chip8 $ git submodule update --init # download dependencies $ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. $ make
If the build was successful, the build folder should contain the
chip8 -rom roms/invaders.c8 -cycles_per_sec 10
-rompath to a valid Chip-8 program (required)
-cycles-per-seccycles per second (optional, default value: 10)
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