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Opry99er last won the day on November 4 2019

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    Music and the TI... Watch my YouTube video for videos on beginner BASIC and Extended BASIC programming tips and tricks.
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  1. Less than an hour left on the Mechatronic XBII+ with manual.
  2. About half a day left on the Funware carts and a day left on the XBII+. I guess I picked a pretty bad time to list luxury items on eBay. 😂
  4. On the back burner as yet. When we launch, I want to do it "all-in," and right now, I have a bunch of stuff going on that I need to get resolved before we go "live" so to speak. it'll be a lot of fun though. Thanks for your interest!
  5. Thanks man. Once I clear some things out and get set back up for success, I'm gonna get myself back into some coding. I have issues with accumulation... not just computer stuff, but many other things as well. I need to de-clutter the world around me. Then I will be able to enjoy my hobbies more.
  6. Thanks Greg. I'll be putting several items up over the next week or so. Likely to be included in this set of auctions are: -Funware collection (already up) -Mechatronics XBII+ with manual (already up) Coming this week or next: -MG GRAM Kracker (in original box, new) -Super Sketch (in original box) -Red Baron cartridge -Miner 2049er cartridge -Plato Interpreter cartridge -Large lot of sealed PagePro software and add-ons I also have many non-TI-related video game lots coming up including a rare boxed Sears Intellivision with 50+ games, and an Intellivoice module. Also will be selling a gorgeous, boxed, complete Tandy 102 Portable with all the case candy. This one's a gem. Im not getting out of the vintage game/computer world, but I need to reset my priorities. My loss is your gain.
  7. I have a big box o' TI stuff that I want to trade. None of it is particularly rare, but it's a nice big box of stuff in good condition. I am looking for RO slot car stuff in return. For tracks, I need Tyco/Aurora/AFX compatible track, and for cars, I'm looking for working RO scale cars.... not particular on how they look or whatever--just working cars with decent tires. My box o' stuff for trade includes 8 common cartridges, 12 Micropendium magazines, 3 home computing magazines, a working set of pain sticks, a speech synth, a Navarrone cartridge expander, and some cassettes. I am not wanting to sell this stuff... just want to trade for slot car things. If anyone is remotely interested, I'll take pix of all this stuff. thanks in advance!
  8. Missed the deadline I guess-- We can add these to next week's times. TI-99/4A: Alpiner (20 minutes) Realms of Antiquity (210 minutes) St. Nick (40 minutes) Tunnels of Doom (270 minutes) Arcade: Rampage (40 minutes) Classic Mac OS: Age of Empires II (240 minutes) Bugdom (360 minutes)
  9. I guarantee it will work with the standard serial port. I think someone proved it out a year or two ago... WiModem232 I think is what it was called.
  10. That's great! To answer your previous question, I was using a USRobotics 56k V modem, dialing out over a land phone line to a BBS in New York.
  11. What kind of modem is it you're using? As far as I know, Telco uses legacy protocols for communicating via modem. There is an auto-dialer which expects an actual phone number. See the video below. It's me using Telco to dial out to a BBS. I zoom in to the screen at the 3:45 mark, so be patient. There are other options for getting online with the TI. Maybe Telco is not the right choice for your application?
  12. Would there be any interest in a fully packaged new game for the TRS80 Model 100/102? I've been playing with the BASIC here and I could do a game for it fairly easily. Not sure about packaging costs and all, but if my releases for the TI are an indicator, I could do a fully packaged cassette game for about $25 and a disk-based release for $20.
  13. Excellent information! Thanks so much @Fritz442! loving this software. Buck is too. He created a funny one and now he is working on a serious one. It's every bit as fun making games as it is playing them. A very different experience from the old Asgard one---which I used and loved.... but this one is so much more intuitive and head and shoulders faster.
  14. Hey Matt and Fritz... I couldn't figure out how to eliminate the time limit... I have it jacked up to 25, but that's still a limit. Is it a checkable box or something?
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