Hi! guys. I grew up in the 80’s playing games that you had to put quarters into. Yes, kids…you had to have real money on you (not a debit card) and had to inset the money to play the game!! I love that communities like this keep those games alive.
Anyway,I am fairly new to programming microcontrollers (but I’m not that good at it) and am working a project now where I am making my own digital watch using an esp32-C3. I have designed a prototype PCB and am using a 3-way nav switch and a single push button (see pics below). Now I thought it would be cool if I could put a few games on the watch (not a lot, maybe 5-10) that use basic left right and fire. At first I found Arduboy but those guys told me to “get the f— out of here with your weak-a$$ esp32”. Actually, they were very AWESOME and pointed me here.
So I guess my question is: is it possible to port the ESPboy to run on esp32-C3 with my peripherals (SH1106 oled, piezo buzzer and input switches) and launch it from within my watch program? I don’t know if the code has to boot it’s own operating environment or can be called as a subroutine. (sorry if these are newb questions, but I’m a newb).
Any help is appreciated!