Category Archives: Linux

SuperChocChip is my FOSS (Free Open-Source Software) emulator for the CHIP-8 range of systems, written from a completely blank project. It is one of the most complete and most accurate emulators out there for these architectures: CHIP-8 CHIP-8 — Double-height … Continue reading

Asylum was a popular, surreal, and incredibly addictive platform game first released in 1994 for the Acorn Archimedes range of computers. It was written in ARM assembler by Andy Southgate. A long time ago, I also used to program in … Continue reading

Like on many portable devices with custom operating systems, Android runs on top of Linux. Apps run as separate users, and have very limited visibility to Linux’s underlying pseudo-filesystem. You may have heard of ‘container’ software on desktop systems, such … Continue reading