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  1. Posting a cart image of the MG Explorer along with source files. Was fun going back into 33 year old code but time to move to next project. Many thanks to Jon Guidry for his project support and to Fred Kaal for his support and for the generous use of his loader code. Fred, your ModuleCreator is great! Thanks for coding that and Jon, you've had infinite patience helping me, thank you. MGEXP.bin HFE.zip DSK.zip
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    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

    Modern Flat-type enclosure for the FlashROM99. available in some colors

    © Leszek Chmielewski

  3. Ralf, I've not been the biggest game player known to man, but your cartridge and all these games... well, to put it bluntly, I GOT NOTHING WORTHWHILE ACCOMPLISHED TODAY AFTER WORK! (THANK YOU) I've been having so much fun testing out each and every game, (to find out which ones I like), so I can have the 'perfect game menu and cartridge'. Some of these games I've never seen before.. Lovin' every minute of it...
  4. The months of June & July of 2016 were exciting times for users of the classic TI-99/4A "Home Computer". We were lucky enough to get not one, but TWO new goodies! The first was the << FlashROM 99 >> and the second was the new 3D printed case. It didn't take long for this thing to hit the market either. The reason? A new Atari Age user who goes by << c0d3m4st4 >> designed, printed and released this thing in record time. So check out my video below, and if you like what you see, and I think you will, buy one of these to protect your FlashROM 99 investment. Besides the different colors of neon green and orange, you can also get the cartridge printed up with some embedded text or even the TI logo as shown in this photo by the creator. Now that you've seen the FlashROM 99 case, you may be wondering how to buy one. That's easy.... just... << CLICK HERE >>! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9DJgWsw_cI&feature=youtu.be NOTE: The cartridge label does not come with the case. That was just something I made for mine and decided to share with others. If you would like to download the graphic, it's attached below for downloading. The creator of the FlashROM 99 case created a couple of photos for ease of understanding when it comes to assembly and height adjustment on the included buttons. #1 Cartridge Assembly #2 Button Modification If you want that nice shiny professional look on the printed label, my secret method of accomplishing that has been revealed << HERE >> As collectors, some people like storage cases for display purposes, while others want a case to protect their item over the decades and still others simply to ensure the item will sit on the shelf properly. The storage case of another obsolete technology, Digital Linear Tape has been found to be the perfect fit for the new FlashROM 99.
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    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

    Modern Flat-type enclosure for the FlashROM99, available also in colors not displayed on the photo.

    © Leszek Chmielewski

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    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

    Modern Flat-type enclosure for the FlashROM99, inside view.

    © Leszek Chmielewski

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    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

    Modern Flat-type enclosure for the FlashROM99

    © Leszek Chmielewski

  8. We all know there are a multitudes of possible configurations when expanding the hardware on our TI's, and we've seen a lot of those variations in the TI-99 Photos Thread. But now we have this incredible new "FlashROM 99" that will let us store massive amounts of stuff (up to 171 items) on a single cartridge. So this begs the question... WHAT DO YOU GUYS PLAN TO DO WITH THIS WONDER CART? What kind of programs have you put on it already? Are you converting new goodies to put on yours? Are you writing any software for it that will exploit it's capabilities further?
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