[RC5] Porting to Atari?

Jason Bechtel jbechtel at eng.utoledo.edu
Sun Mar 22 01:40:31 EST 1998


Sean Morgan wrote:
> 
>>As far as game consoles go, a major obstacle would be their general
>>lack of connectivity or other means to get data in and out.
> ----
> I believe that's what cartridge backup devices are for.  BTW, does
> anyone know how many DES keys a 64 bit console could bitslice, if we
> could get a few of those things running when DES II 2 comes around...

	Nintendo systems have had an I/O access port in the bottom at least
since the SNES.  I know the N64 has one.  It could probably be connected
to via parallel or serial port if someone has knowledge of the system. 
Anyone on this list work for Nintendo?  :)

JB
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