Software-driven Graphics Modes For The Atari 8-bit Computers
This article describes software driven graphics modes for the Atari 8-bit computers. That is, graphics displays reliant on CPU intervention and additional software that enhance the inherent capabilities of the Atari 8-bit computers' ANTIC and CTIA/GTIA graphics chips. These modes use combinations of mixed display lists, scrolling, page flipping, and display list interrupts to achieve displays with alternate resolution and increased color that are not possible using the hardware alone.
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