Its not awful, I am personally fascinated by how you packed everything. If you used FILT you might make it even smaller. I almost thought no one will actually try to make a smaller one. Im glad it happened. Even though its not 8bit, so my record isnt broken yet :)
Even though I admit I pretty much made this computer for the gimmick of being small, I did put some effort in to make the ROM larger (if more complicated) to store more instructions.
The ROM is special in how it stores instructions, so making a compiler wouldn't be easy. And the clock speed is dependant on instruction speed; easier to make and in less space.
Well, yeah, mine is awful compared to yours, but it's still the smallest computer on Powder Toy. I wonder if this will inspire another user to make one even smaller, like yours did to me.
Not on the same leve, but on the same data width, eh, i dont know how to say it, anyway. Also, could you explain, clock speed (if not dependant on instruction speed), parts description, compiler. Those are very useful things.
11px smaller than the "Smallest Computer Ever". Well done :) However yours is 4-bit, to be comparable two computers have to be on the same level, mine is 8-bit :P +1
How does this have zero views and two upvotes? Odd...