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Hello! During the preservation phase, I stumbled upon this beautiful version of the famous arcade game, Nibbler. It has been published on an Italian Magazine in 1985 and it is written purely for the Mini Memory cartridge and consists of two parts, the first loaded using option 2 EasyBug and the second loaded by TI-BASIC but through the instruction CALL LINK ("LOAD"). It would be really nice to save everything in a digital format more usable than the .WAVs files. I tried to load them with the MAME/MESS emulator and they work fine. In my opinion it's a beautiful version and deserves to be played by everyone in an easy way. I never thought that with the Mini Memory cartridge you could get such a complete game loaded from a cassette tape. I am really surprised. is there in the community someone that would have the ability to convert it to a better format, maybe .BIN or at least, a disk format? Could be nice! There are the link to the game page and the .ZIP file containing the material that I was be able to put together. Page: https://www.ti99iuc.it/web/index.php?pageid=database_cerca&archivioid=883 Download: (Ita)-(Game)-(Snake Snake)-(1985)-(MM)-(by M.M.G. Software)-(from TI99NewSoft).zip
I have been converting C64 .tap images to wav files using a nifty little utility called Audio Tap. This way I can play a good portion of my favorite games on the C64 without having to purchase any modern devices or cables. Just my C64 and a tape drive with one of those tape to audio in converters. I have been using my android tablet to play the audio and it seems to work fairly well. Here is my question: When I try to play the same wav file on my laptop's audio out it fails every time. I tried different volume settings (went through the whole range raising the volume by 10% each time) without any luck. The reason I ask is I am also trying to bootstrap my Apple II using ADT Pro (for which I can't use on my Android Tablet) and it is failing. I figured both the C64 and the Apple II failing to load from the same PC are probably related. Anyone know what this is all about? Why would the PC have trouble playing the wav file and the Android tablet succeed. Thanks,