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  1. LCD


    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

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

    © Leszek Chmielewski

  2. Hi all, do you think this TouchPad would run on the TI ? Maybe with a homebrewn joystick - adapter ? It´s a "TouchPoint Graphis Tablet". My only info is that it may be for the /OffTopicMode: ON/ Commodore C64 ... /OffTopicMode: OFF/ thanks
  3. Hey All, Here's a TOD game I have been working on called Auto-Motion...Have fun! EDIT: I made a few adjustments and re-uploaded to ver 1.1 *************************************************************************** Release of Windows TOD Editor 1.4.6 Just a quick release to repair the 'TI-Files header' save issue Added routine to add or remove the header if needed. 'Save As' now saves the current file and reopens the new one, also added 'Save Copy As' to only to save a copy but not open it. Many new options are available to alter, you can now have up to 8 different quest images as opposed to 2, you can change the player start money, weapons, items, food cost etc. set min and max available floors, you can change the level colors and door/wall textures. It has a database of over 300 monster images to choose from with just one click. From the Monster Data screen you can scroll through the entire list of all 56 monsters, see their images and listen to their sounds, and a List button to see and print monster data on one list. You can edit all weapons, armor, magic items(scrolls, wands, etc) with ease. You can also now have up to 4 different scroll images, or 2 large ones. Plus a lot more. It has been tested on WinXP, Vista, Win7 both 32 and 64 bit & Win8 64bit (On Vista/Win7/Win8 with UAC on, you MUST run the program with 'Run as Administrator' so it will save files correctly) You will get an error '75' when you try to save, if you don't. I will answer all questions and comments here on this post. And post updates here. Fritz442 AUTOMOTION v 1.1.zip TOD Editor v1.4.6.zip
  4. For those of you with Android smartphones, there is a free APP in the Google Play Store you can easily find by searching "Zello Walkie Talkie" or "Walkie Talkie". The channel to choose when signing up is "TI99". Give it a try, it might be fun to use on the "TI Weekend". When setting up it takes a little trial and error to get out of echo mode and into the channel, but you guys are smart enough to figure it out. I'll be hanging around for a few hours (after this post) if you want to try it out.
  5. I made a general phreaking BASIC program for the TI99/4A Figured some of you guys would like this! I plan on making a cable to use this. http://youtu.be/I01-O8QpD5k
  6. LCD


    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

  7. Hello All, Here's an adventure game I have been working on called 'Adventure at lake Santeetlah'...Hope you all enjoy! I will answer all questions and provide hints if needed here on this post. And post updates here. Also here are the forms I made to create the adventures, I laminate 4-6 of them, then tape them together in a square to keep track of game locations. Three sizes 20, 30, 42 blocks per page. (When printing these, be sure to use the 'center on page' option) LAKESAN_v1.3.zip Adventure Creation Forms.zip
  8. I have a Geneve 9640 that is in desperate need of a bootable hard drive controller. If anyone has one they'd like to turn into money, please let me know! Thanks, [email protected]
  9. So we kinda talked about blobbed carts in St.Nick by Funware! and HOME AUTOMATION confirmed that I would make this topic. Show us your blobbed carts and we will talk about them.
  10. Remember the TI-IUG? they had a magazine and a cassette exchange. I submitted a lot of games to them, back in the day. I found the IUG archive on whtech.com and download and fixed up a few of the ones I did. Awari Eagle 1 Stock Market Othello Star Trek You can download them from my Atariage blog http://atariage.com/forums/blog/528/entry-15370-some-of-my-ti-99-from-ti-99-iug/ enjoy
  11. here is a video of the 1st wave (and little of 2nd) of my Parsec 2600. https://youtu.be/Bje12dRGAeU I started out trying to make an exact copy of the TI99 Parsec and found it was a bit too much for the 2600. scrolling ground turned out to be the killer. So, I created a game inspired by with a lot of the game play of TI99 Parsec. will be looking for beta volunteers soon after I clean up some of the graphics and counters. Note: in the demo some collisions have been disabled.
  12. LCD


    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

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

    © Leszek Chmielewski

  13. I'm having a problem. I'm using the Win994a emulator & am attempting to put together the Demon Attack Cart. But this site, http://tigameshelf.net/asm.htm Game is in the middle of page as you scroll down It only gives a .bin file but it will not allow me to attach it to the emulator or convert it to a cart format. & when I look on theoldcomputer.com http://www.theoldcom...9-4A/Cartridges The images it gives me don't make much sense. Can anyone figure out how this is supposed to be arranged ? I need this for a video & any help would be greatly appreciated. Any reccomendations for emulators, sites, or instructions on how to create the cart. I'm lost now. 0_0 Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  14. Victor


    After quite a few years, my P-gram has stopped working. Can run the PGOS program to reload the OS, but the menu program cannot access the Grom screen. Replaced the battery twice, still the same problem. I am running "real steel", not an emulator. Victor
  15. LCD


    From the album: TI99/4A-FlashROM99 case

    Modern Flat-type enclosure for the FlashROM99

    © Leszek Chmielewski

  16. Anyone have any favorites for TI-99 games? Was there ever a Berzerk-style game on that machine?
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