uCISC is officially implemented in hardware now. Here is a LED animation demo written in the uCISC language running on the first ever working uCISC processor developed in verilog and running on a TinyFPGA Bx board at 8MHz.

You can’t tell from the photo, but this is a knight rider like animation on the blue and yellow LEDs. The red LEDs are the program counter (of little use at full speed).

@yuki uCISC is a 16-bit instruction set and processor. I’m aiming to build a transparent and personal computer that is reminiscent of the Commodore 64 era.

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