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  1. When I read of unexpanded, I thought of choosing stuff from BASIC or EB. I picked ----- Forest Fire (John Behnke) Arrow Zap (from "Entertainment Games In TI BASIC And Extended BASIC", clone of the awesome ZERO ZAP that's already been suggested here a bit) honorable mention: Diablo (Extended Software, 1983)
  2. Howdy. I've been absent from the forums for a while but am back checking out what is new. This is looking nice and was a good find!
  3. Golly gee, that's right. I learned something new about the 2600 ET. Now, will this make it more enjoyable?
  4. now, that's very-decent (as for the two name ideas, I'd choose ChaoticGrill)
  5. comment #2: wanted to say that it's looking sweet and this is one I'm anticipating; I hope you're feeling better, too
  6. well-done for regular BASIC; I think I would have liked the score shown before the end, since the "0"s are there hope to see any others you mentioned (like the Buck Rogers-type)!
  7. I just discovered this today (3.11); it's looking swell n' should be fun to try!
  8. "FRO-grrrrrr": the programmer must think of why the creature's a bit angered/annoyed at his afro
  10. TI is 'backing up' to it's rightful top retro-computer position: 1 DISPLAY BEEP :: PRINT RPT$("T",14); :: CALL CHAR(84,"0038101010101038",73,"007C10101010101"):: PRINT RPT$("I",14); :: CALL CHAR(84,"007C10101010101",73,"0038101010101038"):: GOTO 1
  11. I only recently learned of the software (when I was looking for Donaldson software). Thanks for the help.
  12. This is Regena's "The Ugly Duckling" program from 10/87's "MicroPendium". She wrote of how it was modified for a system with a disk drive n' that the original had a more-involved titled screen. Has anybody ever seen the original version and, if so, could share it? DUCKLING.zip
  13. A cool Christmas gift from a true Santa Klaus. Thanks quite-much.
  14. - from what I recall typing in from lil' papers, they were meant to be fun games and I wasn't happy; some where just as 'tall' as a regular envelope; I doubt they were Tigercub as I know I got dozens of disks from them
  15. #1 - I recall having some "KidWare" games as a...kid. Does anybody have "Glow Worm", "Buried Treasure", "Egg Hunt" or anything from them? Maybe someone made a collection disk-file that's somewhere I didn't know of? #2 - I have no idea what it was, but I remember ordering software that I thought was going to be on a tape but was all sent in an envelope --- programs on strips of paper to be typed in; they were very simple programs and not what I hoped Does anybody recall anything like that and what they were ordered from? I obviously chose certain titles from some manual or magazine.
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