Tutorial for an external 8x Kernal module for the C64

There are always situations where you need a different kernel for your Commodore C64. Either to test something or because you don’t want to open the computer. And so I had the idea to build such a small plug-in card myself. And for a simple mdoul, it doesn’t even need many parts.

“It’s not a trick, it’s a…” – PSX64 adapter for C64 & Co.

“Oh no, not another joystick adapter” – I can already hear the prophecies of doom from the background. But this time it’s not about another USB joystick adapter for the PC, but about a joystick adapter for all home computers with a D-SUB9 interface, like it was found at Atari and Commodore. And for the Commodore there is even a game which supports this adapter. Because with this adapter you can use the gamepads from the Sony Playstation 2 on the mentioned homecomputers.