Re: [cc65] Goodies Made with cc65?

From: Karri Kaksonen <>
Date: 2011-12-05 07:56:16
On 12/04/2011 11:58 AM, Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote:
> Hi!
> On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 09:41:53PM +0100, Oliver Schmidt wrote:
>> Contiki for Retrocomputing (Internet Program Suite):
> [...]
>> BREADBOX64 (C64 Twitter Client):
> [...]
> I've started to compile a list in the wiki:
> There's a high probability I've forgotten stuff, or made mistakes, so feel
> free to add to the list (or the wiki in general). You need a login to make
> changes. If you don't have one, just ask me.
> Regards
>          Uz

You could add Atari Lynx Solitaire to the list. The URL is

The Solitaire contains three games:
- Klondike (1 and 3 cards at a time)
- Freecell
- Spider

The game logic and card handling is completely separated from the user 
interface, the drawing process and sprites.
It is fairly easy to separate the game logic and re-use it for other 

On the same site I have all my tutorials of how to use cc65 Lynx 
extensions for developing games. There is examples for reading the 
directory and loading files using cc65 libraries. Using the ComLynx 
serial driver in cc65. Using the joypad and special keys. Screen usage 
with collision detection and double buffering.

I am trying to update the sources for Solitaire to be compatible with 
the latest cc65 release. So this is a good reference for game writers to 
see how to use cc65 with Lynx.

I hope that would become the main 
developers bible for Atari Lynx developers. And naturally cc65 would be 
the main tool as it is the best compiler I have seen for the Lynx.

The actual sources can be checked out using mercurial with the command

hg clone

The Solitaire sources was released to the general public. You are 
allowed to use it in any way you wish.

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