Never Ending Legend of Fujitsu Micro (FM-7)

I tried to write a wireframe 3D graphics with 6809 assembly when I was 14 years old.  I didnft know too much of programming concepts, and I never succeeded.  I later was able to write my 3D kernel with 80386 assembly in high school, but doing so with 6809 was my unfinished business.  Although it is primitive, I am very happy to be able to spin a cube and fly over a lattice using an actual FM-7, the exact FM-7 that I tried to do so 30 years ago.

Music playback is tuned for the normal mode of FM-7.  In slow mode, or on FM-77, the BGM wonft be played seamlessly.

Running the demo (.WAV)
1. Start FM-7 without Disk BASIC.
2. Connect audio-cassette cable IN to Audio Out of a PC.
3. Type on FM-7:
    RUN ""
   and Enter.
4. Play .WAV file on the PC.
   Volume on the PC must be raised to pretty high.
   Succeeded with a Dell desktop and 2008 MacBook Pro 15 inch.
5. Wait until the demo starts.

Installing to a disk
Boot into Disk BASIC, then:

(Start .WAV playbadk, and pause .WAV playback when you see "Ready")
(Resume .WAV playback)
SAVEM "DDAM",&H4000,&H5FFF,&H4000

Then, you can run it as:
from the Disk BASIC.

Terminating the program
Press "Break" key any time.

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SAVEM "DDAM",&H4000,&H5FFF,&H4000