Vectrex32 is a project dedicated to bringing 32 bit processing power to the Vectrex Arcade System. The goal is to make it easy for nearly anyone to write games for the Vectrex.
To accomplish this, I have built the Vectrex32. It’s a cartridge that plugs into the Vectrex, connects to your computer via USB, and allows you to write, debug, and run games using interactive, interpreted BASIC. It has a 32 bit microcontroller on board and a dual port memory chip that is used for sending commands to the Vectrex.
This page shows the latest news about Vectrex32. You can subscribe to its RSS feed to be notified of updates. You can download documentation on the Vectrex32 dialect of BASIC and the details of writing games on the Vectrex32. If you already have a Vectrex32, you can get the latest firmware upgrades. If you want to buy or build a Vectrex32, read the Buy page. You can also contact me.