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The main processor of the NES was a Ricoh 2A03, which used a MOS Technology 6502 processor that was modified to remove binary coded decimal functions. If you want to do any major hacks to NES games, you must become familiar with the structure and function of 6502 assembly code.
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The main processor of the NES is a Ricoh 2A03, which is a MOS Technology 6502 processor modified to remove binary coded decimal functions. If you want to do any major hacks to NES games, you must become familiar with the structure and function of 6502 machine code and assembly code.
  
 
Below are various guides that will help you understand and program the 6502.
 
Below are various guides that will help you understand and program the 6502.

Revision as of 21:43, 4 May 2013

The main processor of the NES is a Ricoh 2A03, which is a MOS Technology 6502 processor modified to remove binary coded decimal functions. If you want to do any major hacks to NES games, you must become familiar with the structure and function of 6502 machine code and assembly code.

Below are various guides that will help you understand and program the 6502.