All you need is a FlashPoint memory module, a Propeller chip,
and a serial connection to a PC for many examples. However,
some examples may benefit from additional things such as keyboard,
mouse, SD card, TV out, VGA out, etc.
SuperQuad will allow you to run in "small" (program stored
in flash) mode. SuperQuad requires six Propeller pins to operate
and four of them need to be together as they form a 4-bit wide
bus (the other two can be on any Prop pins.)
RamPage will allow you to run in either "small" (flash only)
or "large" (flash plus SRAM). RamPage requires eight
Propeller pins to operate. Again, four of them need to be
together as they form a 4-bit wide bus (the other four can be on
any Prop pins.)
For ease of use, the Catalina FlashPoint driver allows you
to use Propeller pins to provide power (Vdd and Vss) to
FlashPoint memory modules. So, you can just plug SuperQuad
right into a Propeller Platform board, a Parallax Demo board,
breadboard or other setup without wires.
Note: There are very small programs you can run with
Catalina without a FlashPoint board (but they're not as much fun).