esp8266 support (?)

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  • #625

    alex
    Participant

    Hi!

    If it could be possible to support simple esp8266 interface this could open a whole new possibilities of online gaming.

    Alex

    #626

    STRM
    Participant

    Yes, isn’t it possible to support modem interfaces instead of ethernet cards?

    #627

    8bit-Dude
    Keymaster

    Do you know how may people use these?
    Can you buy one with a C64 port adapter?
    If there really is demand for this then i can look into it.

    #629

    alex
    Participant

    >Do you know how may people use these?
    I think everyone use it nowdays for c64 wifi projects ,even in our retroclub .info local club we have made some
    projects around this fantastic CHEAP module! <10USD

    >Can you buy one with a C64 port adapter?
    There are mant DIY and ready made boards
    Check here for example

    >If there really is demand for this then i can look into it.
    It would be the most wanted features I rhink.
    the only draw back I can think is the speed as this is a serial module/ What speed do you think is right for your online gaming racing project ?

    (Also I am thinking of connecti 3 c64 online in an upcoming retro-event we will have in a moth here in our town!)

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    #722

    flow
    Participant

    I would like to see this game playable with the esp8266 Wifi modem!

    #748

    Mark
    Participant

    Combined the ESP-8266 ( or ESP-32 ) and a UP9600 RS-232 Card and might be able to fast enough synchronization with the Server.

    MarkO

    #749

    alex
    Participant

    We all would like to see esp8266 compatibility mode!

    May be we can make an esp8266 emulate RR-net ορ ΕΤΗ64 or better 8BIT-DUDE find some time developing some code for esp8266 compatibility

    #750

    8bit-Dude
    Keymaster

    I have already done it, and it is called the 8bit-Hub!

    Please check out this page: http://8bit-unity.com/?page_id=551

    It is already available for the Oric and Lynx. COM Cables for the Apple 2, Atari 8bit and C64 coming very soon!

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