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Schmitzi, just wanted to say this is a fantastic effort and thanks for donating so much of your time to make this info available to the community. Keep going!

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Schmitzi, just wanted to say this is a fantastic effort and thanks for donating so much of your time to make this info available to the community. Keep going!

 

I agree Keith, it's a monumental effort, but I have one question....

How does one get 896.245 downloads?!?! :o

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Schmitzi, just wanted to say this is a fantastic effort and thanks for donating so much of your time to make this info available to the community. Keep going!

 

 

si claro. mucho trabajo

Gracias

 

RMSAAED

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Is it worth noting all media that a title was released on? For example, I have TOD Pennies & Prizes on cassette but it's only listed as Disk at the moment. Too picky?

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yes, I wondered about this, too.

But I have no real directive.... I just enter things as I see them.

If you have an original disk here, mabye with a manufacturer-no., I just would enter it.

RMSAAED

Best things are lists, which I can enter in one straight go-through.

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I like it! From Classic99's point of view, though, I'd note a couple of requests for enhancement:


You have "TI-FILES (experimental)" as a category. For Classic99 they are not experimental, they are the baseline file system. :)


Classic99 supports standard PC joysticks, up to two. It's listed with a '-' here.


It would be interesting to write a test program/sequence based on this list to make verification easier... something that comes to mind anyway. :)


What does the 'prog' mean on 'TMS 9901 prog'?
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Hi,

yes, thanks, I will make the changes soon.

 

TMS9901 ? I don´t know :) But I found it several times, so I´ve captured it.

 

:?: I believe @Tursi’s question was about the ‘prog’ part of that line, not whether to include ‘TMS9901’. Perhaps it should be ‘TMS9901 Programmable Systems Interface’ or however you would abbreviate that. Simply, ‘TMS9901’ is probably sufficient, just as your entry for the TMS9918A is ‘TMS9918A’ rather than ‘TMS9918A VIdeo Display Processor’.

 

...lee

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ah OK. Yes, I think ´prog´ meant this, but I cannot remember

hmm, maybe it was too long for the column.

RMSAAED

I could do ´TMS 9901 PSI´ and ´TMS 9918A VDP´ or something like this

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In the Tunnels of Doom games list, I noticed you had my work there: Forest of Ruins

 

It was not an Asgard release. If I were to fill out your list for it, it would look something like:

 

CAT1 Media: DISK

CAT2 Scope: GAME

CAT3 Genre: Fantasy

ACME: jedimatt42

TI 99 4a PART: Forest of Ruins [DOOM]

HOUSE or Requires: DOOM

Label or Chip: ?

Part Number: N/A

RARI: DL

YEAR: 2015

Comments: https://github.com/jedimatt42/ti-99-tod-games/tree/master/Tod-ForestOfRuins

 

It was made with Fritz's recently released TOD Editor.

 

Also, there is a bunch of different TOD game modules from our own Cschnieder -

http://shift838.wix.com/shift838#!ti-994a-software/cuog

 

Medieval Games I - Tunnels of Doom disk image for use with the TI-99/4a, Geneve 9640 and Emulators. Contains 5 Games
Medieval Games II - Tunnels of Doom disk image for use with the TI-99/4a, Geneve 9640 and Emulators. Contains 5 Games
Medieval Games III - Tunnels of Doom disk image for use with the TI-99/4a, Geneve 9640 and Emulators. Contains 5 Games

 

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ah OK. Yes, I think ´prog´ meant this, but I cannot remember

hmm, maybe it was too long for the column.

 

I could do ´TMS 9901 PSI´ and ´TMS 9918A VDP´ or something like this

 

Just "TMS9901" and "TMS9918A" are enough -- there is no confusion over what they are, I think. :)

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You may have this covered within the existing lists but I'd love to see a Cassette List for all releases on tape. I see the Stainless Software list there but that probably just scratches the surface... :-)

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The TRONICS collection... I have 6 of these I believe.

 

Also the SAMS library.

 

And TI Lander was written by Marc Hull. :)

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ah yes thanks a lot. Do you have the names of these Tronics or a link ?

and maybe a category like Space, Driving, Shooter, Adventure or or or.....

RMSAAED

Maze Man/SAMS Lib. do you know the Publisher / Programmer ?

 

TI Lander is changed :)

 

thx

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