Recreating classical games using 8086 Microprocessor project for college students (no hardware required )

 Project Description:-

The basic aim of our project is to recreate classic games like Tic-tac-toe and sudoku using assembly language in the 8086 emulators. In the Tic-Tac-Toe game, we have implemented methods to print the board along with various messages that are dynamically displayed and depend on the user input. In order to increase interactivity we have defined messages that are generated dynamically like congratulations, give the input, etc. . Along with this, we have coded various checking methods that checks the board and verifies if the player wins by evaluating the vertical section along with the rows and columns and also diagonally.


The objective of this project is to implement 2 of the most popular retro games, Tic-tac-toe and HangMan game using the 8086 emulators. The Tic-Tac-Toe game implemented in this project consists of compact assembly language code that has various functions of printing the tic-tac-toe board. Along with this, we have implemented the HangMan game which is basically a guessing game. We have implemented a modular design in the code so that it is easy to understand.

Implementation and output for Tic-Tac-Toe

Implementation and output for Hangman Game

You can get the complete code here along with the document

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