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  1. 3x interesting programs that can load assembler programes/games with a TI-99/4a+32k+tape recorder 1. 1200 baud tape loader (Tonny Brouwer/The Netherlands). 2. Tape-IT game loader (Col Christensen/Australia) 3. Funnelweb (Will McGovern/Australia) (Extended basic 32K tape loader) * PDF with different options to load Assembler programs / games via the cassette port. TI-GG-NL-2018-TI-32K-Cassette-Assembler.pdf * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2209774843/permalink/10156818334194844/ * YouTube files: (see PDF for the links to click on)
  2. Thanks for this advise, I tried many times. Now used a speaker set in between as well. PC -> line out to speaker --> headset output to TI-Cassette cable - white plug. * tweak the volume (probably full volume for both PC and the speaker set) Then the audio can be heard on the TI-99/4A. It also worked using my headset output of my Android phone
  3. Level 3:4 real hardware. Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
  4. Nice Ramus, looking forward to it, I never played the game, but I know the titlescreen (also never saw it in colour btw). But try to run the disk attached (it has more moving pictures), Disk format is CF-card (400Kb). use EA option 5 to run DSK1.PPYJAMA (it does not work in js99er.net and classic99 Tursi is updating it in the next version) Video PPAJAMARAMA using V9T9 emulator: MovingPic-PPYJAMARAMA.mp4 DISK: 0175-Animation.dsk
  5. Me neither, I vaguely remember it as a kid, never played it. Yesterday played it for the first time. I tried to stand still and only shoot
  6. I tried once with my old real bricks of 1980's to build a TI-99/4A, gee it is difficult. Then I tried to do it with: https://www.lego.com/en-us/ldd but also did not manage to do it (and never completed it, not sure if I saved the .ldd file).
  7. I like the TI-99/4A - Micro Pinball version of course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMRKgdIkuWg but on the PC also played this one a lot (4 different in 1 game): >> Here you can play it online: https://classicreload.com/pinball-fantasies.html (use SHIFT LEFT and RIGHT, Arrow Back, Space Bar) I still remember these music themes: Pinball Fantasies: 1. Speed Devils (at 0.45min you can see the selection screen) -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qka_9iI2DFI 2. Party Land - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rEehNb4eQg 3. Stones 'n Bones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOnEf6UsF_4 4. Billion Dollar Show - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgvNn4iumq8
  8. Somehow I cannot load it in Classic99. After unzip I renamed it to xxxz.BIN otherwise cannot see it. In the earlier Tomb8.bin I do not see the options mayhem Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
  9. Congratulations, wow what a score. I was playing today, but just realized now that we are in October already, duh......just too busy with work
  10. (the picture is a 32K into a speech), but it is the same for a nano-PEB, it is easier to plug it into a speech to take it out from the side-port. Note the nanoPeb need to have a 5V supply connected (it works on 600mA, but 2A is preferred) and the little switch need to be on. (in case you do not get the nanoPeb to work). the cover is a standard plastic namecard box
  11. We were playing at the TI-Treffen last weekend in Neuss, Germany, but we do not get far. Also today I cannot get further half level 2....need to practice more.
  12. There is always a next time! P.S. it is not possible to do the broadcasting unfortunately. Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
  13. Too bad you cannot join. Maybe we can broadcast it like they did in Chicago. I see the YouTube broadcast option on my computer, but I need to figure it out how to do it on my phone!
  14. We will be there also Friday - Sunday. Driving with a car full of interesting stuff to demo (and also interesting things to sell of the TI-GG-NL club). I need to sit with Michael Zapf to finish the project how to install MAME on a raspberry or Odroid ! (and if that does not work, then we do a gaming competition in parallel :-)
  15. Interesting, if I am correct there are 3 solutions to load Assembler programmes via a Cassette Tape (Req. TI-99/4A + 32K) 1. Tape loader of Ton Brouwer (loads at 1200 baud) http://atariage.com/forums/topic/278722-ti-994a-32k-cassette-playerrecorder-load-assembler-programmes/ 2. Funnelweb loader (see this forum) 3. Col Christensen's Cassette Assembler loader (see the manual in my previous post), I only have the cassette tapes. (maybe at the TI Treffen this weekend, better understand the process of how this solution writes the files to tape?).
  16. (I got these via Tursi): This is a 3rd way to load assembler programmes via a Cassette Tape (TI-99/4A + 32K required)/
  17. Hi all, Just thinking out loud. Is it possible to create a UCSD-P (Pascal) version on the FinalGrom (and then use the diskettes on a NanoPEB or normal attached floppy disk system?) (or on a TIPI, but I do not have experience with it). We can run UCSD-P already on all the main emulators (see my video channel on YouTube "TI99 Videos")
  18. I also noticed when you leave level 1: - when you have 3 bullets, then in level 2 it starts with 1 bullet to shoot - also it seems the screen get adjusted or jumps or so to put the plane at the bottom of the screen to prepare for landing (will check this again). - also when you get hit with three bullets it reduces to two bullets and to one. Might be okay. Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
  19. Thanks for posting those! Pete is almost back to the score I see! Now we need to aim at it. Yesterday played on the real TI but got a bit dizzy of the scrolling and I could not see the white bullits that good compared in Classic99, maybe the screen will check another one today Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
  20. The 1st person scored 49475 !I believe the next challenge is to pass level 2 ? Sent from my VIE-L29 using Tapatalk
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