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Thread: The Guild of Thieves on a Teensy 4.0

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    The Guild of Thieves on a Teensy 4.0

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    https://www.dettus.net/dMagnetic/teensy/guild001.elf

    Hello Guys!
    I just ported "The Guild of Thieves" to the Teensy 4.0

    Want to give it a try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dettus View Post
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    Hello Guys!
    I just ported "The Guild of Thieves" to the Teensy 4.0

    Want to give it a try?
    Thanks for the offer, gladly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billfisher View Post
    Thanks for the offer, gladly!
    Haha.
    If you want to change the graphics mode, just fire up a hex editor and look for the Faux Commandline within the .elf -File. It starts at 0x7541C.

    You can use it like a real commandline, however, make sure it ends with a 0x00.


    For the commandline options, just have a look into the instruction manual: http://www.dettus.net/dMagnetic/dMagnetic_030.pdf

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    Aaand here is a new screenshot with the monochrome Mode

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    love to try this as well, what sort of terminal emulator do you need for windows and how do you get it to actually run?

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    In theory, I would say "putty is a good terminal emulator under Windows", but for some reason it keeps me stuck at the "Please press Enter" message...
    However, the connection should be set to 115200,8N1, No flow control.


    Anyhow, under Linux, the command for uploading the .elf to the teensy is

    Code:
    $ARDUINOPATH/hardware/tools/arm/bin/arm-none-eabi-objcopy -O ihex -R $ARDUINOPATH/.eeprom guild001.elf guild001.hex
    $ARDUINOPATH/hardware/tools/teensy_post_compile -file=guild001 -path=`pwd` -tools=$ARDUINOPATH/hardware/tools
    $ARDUINOPATH/hardware/tools/teensy_reboot
    and to play the game
    Code:
    % sudo apt install cu
    % cu -l /dev/ttyACM0 -s 115200 --no-stop

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    lol - I'm a windows guy, and was getting stuck at the same place even with the same connection details. Thanks for trying!

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