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Hi! I added support for i2c oled display, if you still interested, check the github page for more info!
It should be based on SSD1309 controller, then yes.
Hi, thank you for your praises! It is possible to switch to i2c, but the thing is that I don't have such a display, so I cannot make the actual changes. I always try to use SPI displays because they're much faster, using i2c display may introduce some [more] image distortions, especially when the game gets faster.
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