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CHIP-OTTO -ZX Spectrum/ZX Spectrum NEXT-

 and Cambridge Z88 


CHIP-OTTO is a CHIP-8 interpreter/virtual machine for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, ZX Spectrum Next and Cambridge Z88 microcomputers and web browsers.

CHIP-8 is an interpreted programming language, developed in the mid 1970s by
Joseph Weisbecker and initially used on home computers based on RCA's CDP1802
processor, such as the COSMAC VIP. It's a small, high level pseudomachine
language, designed for writing simple video games.

In 1990, Andreas Gustafsson released CHIP-48, a CHIP-8 interpreter for the HP48SX calculator; later, Erik Bryntse released SUPER-CHIP, a modified version
of CHIP-48, which added features and instructions to the original interpreter,
such as higher resolution graphics and sprites (version 1.0) and scrolling (version 1.1).

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