Blogs and Projects

The CoCo is alive and well in 2017, 37 years after it’s release, there are still hardware and software projects going on, extending the life and functionality of this incredible machine, here is a list of some of the things we’re aware of, please let us know if we’ve missed something, if you have a project site of your own, please let us know, love to feature it.

Site/LinkAuthorType
MattechnologyMatteo Oliviero TrevisanBlog
FrankendiaryTim LindnerBlog
Sub-Etha SoftwareAllen HuffmanBlog
CoCo3 Game DevHugo DufortDevelopment
Retro PortsMark McDougalDevelopment
Stupid VDG TricksJohn W. LinvilleDevelopment
8-bit CoderLee PattersonDevelopment
Nickolas Marentes' project siteNick MarentesDevelopment
Return to ROMJon DayDevelopment
CoCoBootBrett GordonDevelopment
Forest of Doom!D. Bruce Moore and Jacob MooreDevelopment
Gun StarNick MarentesDevelopment
Dunjunz & DragonsCiaran AnscombDevelopment
Return of the BeastSteewart OrchardDevelopment
Optimizing Assembly Code Glen HewletDevelopment
The Making of FarhfallJohn W. LinvilleDevelopment
Porting Pac-Man from Z-80 to 6809Glen HewlettDevelopment
CoCoVGA - VGA output for the CoCo 1/2Brendan DonaheHardware
CoCo3 RGB-to-SCART-to-HDMIBarry NelsonHardware
Grant's 6-chip 6809 computerGrantHardware
CoCoSDCDarren AtkinsHardware
Tandy CoCo Loco - FPGS RGB-2-VGACoCoDemusHardware
Retro InnovationsJim BrainHardware
StrongwareJohn StrongHardware
CoCo 1 composite video outputBarry NelsonHardware
The Zipster ZoneEd SniderHardware
FUZIX (Unix like OS)Brett GordonOperating Systems
Episodes in TimeIan NorleyRestoration
Sock Master's Site John Kowalski aka Sock MasterSoftware
DriveWire!Aaron WolfeUtility

Roger Taylor’s CoCo on a Chip project:

 

 

These pages are by no means complete, so if there is something missing, please email ogStevieStrow@gmail.com and let us know, we want to feature as much CoCo as we can.

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