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  1. My game and demo cartridges at http://sometimes.planet-99.net have been modified and tested to make them V9938/58 compatible.
  2. Well, the TI-cassette-cables have jacks and some cellphones take one (mine do). I think it's been covered a few times on this forum. Here's one (I hope). Cassette tape recorder alternatives
  3. Instructions below. Yes, you apparently have to use a tape recorder (or a substitute). You could go all cross-platform (emulation), and use disks there. TI-99/4A Development resources I think converting the compiled program to cartridge format can only be done cross-platform.
  4. Remember that you can save and load a TI BASIC or TI EXTENDED BASIC program to and from a cellphone or a computer (alternatives to the cassette recorder).
  5. You can compile your TI BASIC or TI EXTENDED BASIC program and convert to cartridge format. Then it can run directly from FinalGrom.
  6. For my games and demos, you can link to my page at http://sometimes.planet-99.net
  7. Yes, that's right, - and it doesn't affect "gameplay" as is.
  8. You could make your own random number routine in XB, thereby insuring that compiled XB would generate the same numbers. I will try and look into it. Anyone is more than welcome to beat me to it.
  9. I think it would be nice if a compiled program could use random number seeds, even if the random numbers generated differ from the not yet compiled program. Making procedural generation possible. Obviously one has to compile and run to see the effect.
  10. https://atariage.com/forums/topic/212292-pie-in-the-sky/?do=findComment&comment=2754729
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