I'm trying to build an NES game in assembly, I found a couple of tutorials and I'm still looking and learning. This is unfortunately my first time delving into the assembly language. So it's a hellish delight. Cause it is unbelievably simple once you get past the essential code language. It's very root level and therefore once the basic understanding is there it won't be too bad. But does anyone here know assembly? I initially started with this tutorial https://squareknot.com/workshop/3805/project/5933 but it in all honesty just gave me the knowledge to build a box that the NES can recognize. I've now found this tutorial http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=22&threadid=7155 which cause of my internet and time and computer I have to copy paste it to really be able to read it. So I'm archiving it and it seems pretty in depth so hopefully it works out. I already have a sprite making application, emulator, debugger, and compiler so tools wise I'm good. It's just a pain to find any definitive and decent content for assembly for some reason. I'm aware it's unbelievable primitive still though it's a shame there isn't more out there.