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I just saw << THIS >> TI-99/4A software download on Ebay.  Have I missed something?  Was it written by one of our members?  Has anyone here purchased a copy?

 

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I just saw THIS >> TI-99/4A software download on Ebay.  Have I missed something?  Was it written by one of our members?  Has anyone here purchased a copy?
 
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It's ti-99sim

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I usually hate it when people wrap up freely available tools like that (to say nothing of teh romz) and sell them for profit, but $5 shipped is perfectly reasonable for avoiding a little effort. 

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I usually hate it when people wrap up freely available tools like that (to say nothing of teh romz) and sell them for profit, but $5 shipped is perfectly reasonable for avoiding a little effort. 

Yep collect free things. Sell for profit. I can see if it is something you can't find easily like a real disk for an old computer.. but for available roms and a free emu it seems silly to pay.

 

Also you probably already have most of it.

 

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Just now, arcadeshopper said:

Yep collect free things. Sell for profit. I can see if it is something you can't find easily like a real disk for an old computer.. but for roms and a free emu it seems silly to pay

I agree completely. Counterpoint: five bucks. I would buy this if I didn't know how to do it on my own. 

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 For 5 bux it might be a decent time saver even for those who do know how but don't want to spend so much time searching it all out.  I mean really, I don't even change my own oil anymore.

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i have a script i wrote on for the Pi that pulls the source files, does all the copies and such to setup ti99sim on a retropie setup with emulationstation.  

 

somewhere.  I would have to find it and it probably needs updated.

 

 

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On 9/10/2019 at 8:39 AM, Flojomojo said:

I agree completely. Counterpoint: five bucks. I would buy this if I didn't know how to do it on my own. 

I bought the TRS-80 version.  Not bad for 5 bux.  Turn on the RPi and you are in Newdos 80 in 12 seconds flat... playing some of the best TRS-80 games in less than a minute. 

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