Implementing the rest of the 6502 CPU instructions should be relatively straightforward. I won't go into detail for all of them.
Just some remarks:
- ADC is perhaps the most complicated instruction from a logic flow perspective. Note that the spec contains details regarding decimal mode that can be entirely skipped because the Ricoh modification of the chip didn't support decimal mode.
This article goes into a detailed overview of how binary arithmetic is implemented in 6502: The 6502 overflow flag explained mathematically
For the curious and brave souls: The 6502 CPU's overflow flag explained at the silicon level
After ADC is implemented, implementing SBC becomes trivial as
A - B = A + (-B). And
-B = !B + 1
PHP, PLP and RTI have to deal with 2 bit B-flag. Except for interrupts execution, those are the only commands that directly influence (or being directly influenced by) the 5th bit of Status register P
The majority of the branching and jumping operations can be implemented by simply modifying the program_counter register. However, be careful not to increment the register within the same instruction interpret cycle.
If you get stuck, you can always look up the implementation of 6502 instruction set here:
The full source code for this chapter: GitHub