Yes, deconstructulator quite a bit, and a Super Mario one at that. Care to find out more? Intrigued already? Then click here. Or read a short description of deconstructulator penned (well, metaphorically of course) by its wise creators themselves:
This is a deconstructed Nintendo emulator that shows how sprites and sprite memory are handled while a game is being played. The intent is to show insight for how software and hardware work, given the relatively simple example of a minimal architecture from an old game console system.Now, click here.
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