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NES 2.0 Mapper 342 is used for the homebrew COOLGIRL multicart. In addition to native registers, it can simulate about 25 commercial-era mappers on a hardware level. Like the [[NES 2.0 Mapper 268|Coolboy]] mapper that inspired it, CHR data is fetched from 256 KiB of CHR-RAM. Its UNIF board name is just '''COOLGIRL'''.
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NES 2.0 Mapper 342 is used for the homebrew COOLGIRL multicart. In addition to native registers, it can simulate about 25 commercial-era mappers on a hardware level. Like the [[NES 2.0 Mapper 268|COOLBOY]] mapper that inspired it, CHR data is fetched from 256 KiB of CHR-RAM. Its UNIF board name is just '''COOLGIRL'''.
 
=See also=
 
=See also=
 
* [https://coolgirl.clusterrr.com Overview (Russian language)]
 
* [https://coolgirl.clusterrr.com Overview (Russian language)]
 
* [https://clusterrr.com/temp/coolgirl.cpp FCEUX implementation]
 
* [https://clusterrr.com/temp/coolgirl.cpp FCEUX implementation]

Latest revision as of 11:41, 24 April 2020

NES 2.0 Mapper 342 is used for the homebrew COOLGIRL multicart. In addition to native registers, it can simulate about 25 commercial-era mappers on a hardware level. Like the COOLBOY mapper that inspired it, CHR data is fetched from 256 KiB of CHR-RAM. Its UNIF board name is just COOLGIRL.

See also