http://www.retrogamenetwork.com/2019/09 ... 0-release/
https://www.retrorgb.com/atari-7800-sd- ... trohq.html
Que lastima que no termino saliendo lo del soporte a Pokey, ojala que pronto lo solucionen o en una próxima revisión.“SainT” from RetroHQ announced in a recent Tweet that an Atari 7800 SD cartridge was currently in the works, and has also given some insight on what can be expected with the device. It will include a small embedded boot ROM, and 512K of SRAM. He was asked on social media if there was a potential to increase the SRAM to a full megabyte, and he stated that it would be easy (and “probably a good idea”) to increase the SRAM to 1MB. 512K of serial flash memory for menus and firmware is also included, and will use the MicroSD format for ROM image storage. The cartridges are planned to offer POKEY support (as part of the FPGA) for sound, but will not include modern “bup-chip” support. For development kit purposes, the devices will also include serial headers. Plus, it will be compatible with the Atari 7800 “High Score Cartridge”, by means of writing to the SD card for high score saving.
2600 support should be fine. It will require the 2600 mappers (which there are a few more of than 7800), but other than that, all good. It could work on a 2600 potentially with a physical adapter board as well… Support for 7800 games is the initial goal, but if I implement all the 2600 mappers, then it will support 2600 to the ability of the 7800 (it’s not perfect).