GYM - Specifications

Specifications

The GYM file format contains only four different instructions, each represented by one byte with 0 to 2 bytes of arguments:

0x00 Do nothing for 1/60th of a second (NOP) 0x01 R D write data D on YM port 0, register R 0x02 R D write data D on YM port 1, register R 0x03 D write on PSG port the data D

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