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  1. Hello Omega-TI, You surely know the fastest way to find all games realized by Asmusr (beside games of other authors) with short descriptions and as downloadable files here: http://tigameshelf.net/ .
  2. Dear Asmusr, Please be so nice to upload from time to time a new video of the newest version of your Raycaster, too. Please upload the latest version of this program as a file for Classic99 as well. Will you possibly allow the final version of your Raycaster to run also using only FinalGROM 99 (of course with less graphical elements than in the case, when AMS is used)? Regards
  3. Now some stupid questions: You write that the resolution is 64x192. Not 192x64 (the images in your videos are broader in comparison to their height)? And will the Raycaster be really much slower, if you worked with a resolution of 128x192?
  4. Dear Asmusr, In your video below a problem can be seen in the sequence from 0:37 min to 0:42 min: Parts of the door seem to vanish and reappear or not in an illogical manner. Maybe you can somehow settle this problem. Regards
  5. Dear Asmusr, What is pictured on the shield, which can be seen from time to time in your game? To me it looks like a bloody chicken shot dead. Addendum: Okay, later on I saw that a dragon is pictured on the shield. How is about a black, white and red symbol resembling rather very faintly a N... German Swastika instead? Regards
  6. Hello PeteE, If this program runs on the console without 32K, do you use Harry Wilhelm's routine for starting Assembly code from Basic or how do you realize the execution of Assembly code on the bare console? Regards
  7. Hi Rasmus, Here a further suggestion from me : Please undemo following demo :
  8. Hello senior_falcon and all others, To me your game was self-explaining. Unfortunately, I was just allowed to vote for only one program in the category "Extended Basic Entries". I would also have liked to give a vote for senior_falcon's program. Probably there should have actually been created three categories for the voting poll: The catergory "TI Basic" and the category "Extended Basic" as well as another one "RXB". I suppose that it is a little bit unfair to only have created one category "Extended Basic".
  9. Dear HOME AUTOMATION, senior_falcon and all others, Thank you for your help. I finally got the programs to run on at least one of the two apps (V9T9 and Classic99). Now, when joysticks are needed for the games, does there exist a sort of module for the apps to replace these joysticks by keys of the keyboard? Regards,
  10. Hello all, How do I upload the program "TIP" into V9T9 or Classic99? I am unable to upload this program into either of the two simulation apps. In Classic99 I get following error message: "*WARNING: CHECK PROGRAM IN MEMORY *I/O ERROR 57" Regards
  11. Hello all, Does a link exist from which a file with module ROMs for V9T9 can be downloaded? Addendum: I am searching for a file including module ROMs of TI games. Thanks in advance. Regards
  12. Hi folks, From what many of you have written in your messages, many thoughts are way to complicated. It is much simpler. Following things TI could have done better with the 99/4a: -built-in 32kB RAM -built-in Extended Basic -built-in RS 232 interface for a printer Regards
  13. Dear Greg, Please look up into our communication thread... Regards
  14. Dear arcadeshopper, Please take notice of an important message I sent you in our communication thread... Regards
  15. Dear Greg, Sorry, but before others declare you to be a savior or even Santa Claus, you have to send me the items I have ordered from you many weeks ago. This message is an urgent reminder of following earlier message to you: Again I emphatically ask you to look up in the non-public thread "TI Stuff Questions" of ours, where we wrote messages to each other. See following message from 22 January 2019: In that thread I sent you later on following message on 26 January 2019: Hopefully you will take action in this matter as soon as possible, so I can finally receive my ordered items. Regards
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