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* Download the ZPUino Soft Processor with HQVGA bit file and load it to the Papilio Arcade hardware using the Papilio Loader as outlined in the Papilio One Quickstart Guide.
* Download
the ZPUino IDE and unzip to a directory of your choice.
* Download
the Zetris sketch. Zetris Zip or Zetris Source Code on Github
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* Make sure you have the Papilio Loader installed as outlined in the [[http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.GettingStarted|Papilio One Quickstart Guide]].
* Double click on the downloaded bit file and program it to
the Papilio One 500K FPGA board. It is recommended that you permanently program the ZPUino bit file to the SPI Flash so the ZPUino is active when power is cycled.
* Download the [[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/downloads/arduino-0022-ZB2.zip|ZPUino IDE]] from the [[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/download.html|ZPUino Download page]] and unzip to a directory of your choice.
* Download the Zetris sketch. [[https://github.com/alvieboy/ZPUinoSketches/zipball/master|Zetris Zip]] or [[https://github.com/alvieboy/ZPUinoSketches|Zetris Source Code on Github]].
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* Visit Alvaro’s [[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/download.html|ZPUino download page]] and download the bit file for you hardware type. If you are using the [[http://arcade.gadgetfactory.net/index.php?n=Main.ArcadeMegaWing|Arcade MegaWing]] then download [[http://alvie.com/zpuino/downloads/zpuino-ZB2-PapilioOne-S3E500-HQVGA-8bit-ArcadeWing.bit|this bit file]], or if you are using the [[http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.VGAWing|3-bit VGA Wing]] then download this bit file.
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* Visit Alvaro’s [[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/download.html|ZPUino download page]] and download the bit file for you hardware type. If you are using the [[http://arcade.gadgetfactory.net/index.php?n=Main.ArcadeMegaWing|Arcade MegaWing]] then download [[http://alvie.com/zpuino/downloads/zpuino-ZB2-PapilioOne-S3E500-HQVGA-8bit-ArcadeWing.bit|this bit file]], or if you are using the [[http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.VGAWing|3-bit VGA Wing]] then download [[http://papilio.cc/bitfiles/zpuino-ZB2-PapilioOne-S3E500-HQVGA-3bit-VGAWing.bit|this bit file]].
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* Visit Alvaro’s ZPUino download page and download the bit file for you hardware type. This quick start guide assumes you are using a Papilio One 500K with the Arcade MegaWing. If you are using something else you need to adjust your downloads accordingly.
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* Visit Alvaro’s [[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/download.html|ZPUino download page]] and download the bit file for you hardware type. If you are using the [[http://arcade.gadgetfactory.net/index.php?n=Main.ArcadeMegaWing|Arcade MegaWing]] then download [[http://alvie.com/zpuino/downloads/zpuino-ZB2-PapilioOne-S3E500-HQVGA-8bit-ArcadeWing.bit|this bit file]], or if you are using the [[http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.VGAWing|3-bit VGA Wing]] then download this bit file.
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!!!What Next?
Take a look at the [[http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.VGALiquidCrystal|VGALiquidCrystal library]] to see other cool things you can do with the ZPUino. The VGALiquidCrystal library allows you to convert Arduino LCD code to run on a VGA monitor by changing one line of code.
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!!!Zetris and ZPUino Quick Links
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(:cell:)ZPUino Soft Processor with HQVGA targeted for ArcadeWing.
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# Visit Alvaro’s ZPUino download page and download the bit file for you hardware type. This quick start guide assumes you are using a Papilio One 500K with the Arcade MegaWing. If you are using something else you need to adjust your downloads accordingly.
# Download the ZPUino Soft Processor with HQVGA bit file and load it to the Papilio Arcade hardware using the Papilio Loader as outlined in the Papilio One Quickstart Guide.
# Download the ZPUino IDE and unzip to a directory of your choice.
# Download the Zetris sketch. Zetris Zip or Zetris Source Code on Github
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* Visit Alvaro’s ZPUino download page and download the bit file for you hardware type. This quick start guide assumes you are using a Papilio One 500K with the Arcade MegaWing. If you are using something else you need to adjust your downloads accordingly.
* Download the ZPUino Soft Processor with HQVGA bit file and load it to the Papilio Arcade hardware using the Papilio Loader as outlined in the Papilio One Quickstart Guide.
* Download the ZPUino IDE and unzip to a directory of your choice.
* Download the Zetris sketch. Zetris Zip or Zetris Source Code on Github
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# Determine which port the second Papilio COM port is connected to. If you are not sure which serial port is associated with the Papilio One then take a look at the Device Management tool in the Control Panel. It should be marked as Serial Converter B in the properties.
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* Determine which port the second Papilio COM port is connected to. If you are not sure which serial port is associated with the Papilio One then take a look at the Device Management tool in the Control Panel. It should be marked as Serial Converter B in the properties.
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# Open the Zetris sketch in the ZPUino IDE and then set the board type to the ZPUino with HQVGA.
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* Open the Zetris sketch in the ZPUino IDE and then set the board type to the ZPUino with HQVGA.
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# Set the serial port to the second serial port of the Papilio that you determined in the previous step.
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* Set the serial port to the second serial port of the Papilio that you determined in the previous step.
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# Upload the sketch to the Papilio and you should see Zetris!
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* Upload the sketch to the Papilio and you should see Zetris!
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!!!Loading Zetris
Zetris is a homebrew game that is written as a sketch for the ZPUino soft processor. The ZPUino is a 32 bit processor running at 100Mhz with an integrated VGA display adapter and YM2149 sound processor. Everything is controlled by a sketch and an easy to use VGA library from the Arduino IDE. The fast ZPUino processor gives you plenty of processing power to make cool homebrew games.
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!!!Loading Zetris
Zetris is a homebrew game that is written as a sketch for the ZPUino soft processor. The ZPUino is a 32 bit processor running at 100Mhz with an integrated VGA display adapter and YM2149 sound processor. Everything is controlled by a sketch and an easy to use VGA library from the Arduino IDE. The fast ZPUino processor gives you plenty of processing power to make cool homebrew games.
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!!!Zetris Resources
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(:cellnr width='35%':)[[http://www.alvie.com/zpuino/index.html|ZPUino]]
(:cell:)Home Page for the ZPUino Soft Processor.
(:cellnr width='25%':)[[Papilio.VGAPCC|ZPUino with VGA Output]]
(:cell:)Make your own games using the ZPUino with VGA output. Games can be written as Arduino sketches.
(:cellnr width='25%':)[[VGA|VGA Library Reference]]
(:cell:)Documentation for the VGA library available with the ZPUino.
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!!!Loading Zetris
Zetris is a homebrew game that is written as a sketch for the ZPUino soft processor. The ZPUino is a 32 bit processor running at 100Mhz with an integrated VGA display adapter and YM2149 sound processor. Everything is controlled by a sketch and an easy to use VGA library from the Arduino IDE. The fast ZPUino processor gives you plenty of processing power to make cool homebrew games.
http://youtu.be/Rabo-9Hd2OM

!!!!Steps to load Zetris

# Visit Alvaro’s ZPUino download page and download the bit file for you hardware type. This quick start guide assumes you are using a Papilio One 500K with the Arcade MegaWing. If you are using something else you need to adjust your downloads accordingly.
# Download the ZPUino Soft Processor with HQVGA bit file and load it to the Papilio Arcade hardware using the Papilio Loader as outlined in the Papilio One Quickstart Guide.
# Download the ZPUino IDE and unzip to a directory of your choice.
# Download the Zetris sketch. Zetris Zip or Zetris Source Code on Github
# Determine which port the second Papilio COM port is connected to. If you are not sure which serial port is associated with the Papilio One then take a look at the Device Management tool in the Control Panel. It should be marked as Serial Converter B in the properties.
# Open the Zetris sketch in the ZPUino IDE and then set the board type to the ZPUino with HQVGA.
# Set the serial port to the second serial port of the Papilio that you determined in the previous step.
# Upload the sketch to the Papilio and you should see Zetris!
  

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