Commodore 64 BASIC inside your USB Connector

Tomu is a super cheap Open Source Hardware 24 MHz ARM computer with 8 KB of RAM and 64 KB of ROM that fits into your USB connector! Of course I had to put Commodore 64 BASIC on it, which can be accessed through the USB-Serial port exposed by the device.

It can be found in the cbmbasic subdirectory of my fork of the tomu-quickstart project.

Update: It has been merged into the official tomu-quickstart repository!

Use a terminal emulator to connect to the virtual serial port and hack away!

2 thoughts on “Commodore 64 BASIC inside your USB Connector”

  1. Are there any existing games/programs that would work in this environment? Would any C64 text adventures work?


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