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The MIST is on sale

The MIST is now being sold fully assembled, ready-to-run and with a nice little case. Order your board at Lothareks Lair!

Need more information?

This page was used during the initial development. With the board being available for sale the documentation and code also needed a new public home.

Thus the main information source for the MIST is now the mist board project at google and the MIST/Suska forum at atari-forum.com.

Motivation

I grew up with the Atari ST and i am still fond of it. The MIST project aims to recreate one. Cheap and simple enough to be built at home just for the fun of it.

The MIST is supposed to be some kind of "next gen minimig", being as cheap and as simple as the original Minimig. The key changes are:

Why "MIST"?

In reference to the Minimig which stands for Mini Amiga, the MIST was supposed to be the Mini ST. But one of the first things that actually ran on the MIST board was the Minimig core. So MIST now stands for AMIga/ST.

Projects the MIST is based upon

The MIST includes code, designs and concepts from various other FOSS projects. This includes:

Overview


Schema

The board


The real board V1.2

History

The full history of the MIST development can be found here.

Videos

MiST files

The source code is now hosted at Google code.

Binaries for firmware and cores can be found in the binary section at googlecode or in the download sections below.

Generic files

Binary files

Related Links

Suska
Complete ST. VHDL code under LGPL
FPGA-Arcade
VHDL re-implementations of Amiga, Atari ST and some arcade machines
Atari Coldfire Project/Firebee
TOS on the Coldfire. Available from Medusa
Minimig
Original Minimig
RetroRamblings Minimig on Altera
Minimig running on an Altera EP3C25
PACE
HDL ports of Pacman and other arcade machines
Plus Too
Nearly finished implementation of the Mac Plus
FPGA NES
VHDL implementation of the NES
FPGA64
FPGA implementation of the Commordore 64