We’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Virtual Boy’s Japan launch with the final Virtual Boy Sacred Tech Scroll Version 1.0, the most accurate and up-to-date Virtual Boy hardware documentation. More than 7 and a half years have passed since the initial release, but the wait has been worth it! Here is Guy Perfect’s patch notes:
So, so many corrections. The old one was good, but not great.
New presentation: no longer a glorified text file.
SVG diagrams have been added to visually depict hardware configurations.
Now using official port and register names, even if they are proprietary.
“Miscellaneous Hardware” broken into distinct sections.
Now all we need is another document that goes into various programming techniques that are applicable for VB (code, graphics, sound, etc.), so the system’s homebrew scene can have less-inferior games (and various demoscene stuff as well, which is something it’s extremely lacking in).