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dhe, August 1 in TI-99/4A Computers
ALA Software had about 20 TI titles for sale (I once saw a whole display case of them at a hobby store in York, PA BITD, but I never saw them anywhere else). I bought two titles that day, but what I find really odd is that almost every copy I have ever seen come up for sale since happens to be one of the two titles I bought back then. And for those thinking on that line, Jet Storm is one of the two I bought, LOLOL.
18 hours ago, dhe said:
Some Psygnosis-level artwork, there.
Damn 😛 Jet Storm is missing to my titles instead very hard to find ALA Software
45 minutes ago, dhe said:
Missed out on one of these a few months back 😥 @dhe wouldn't have a spare you would like to part with 😁
I have the French Logo II, courtesy of my friend, @humeur several years ago. I also have a German Logo I cartridge (a prototype), Argentine Spanish Logo I and Logo II cartridges, an Italian Logo II cartridge, and a Dutch Logo II cartridge. I also have GRAM files for a German Logo II cartridge somewhere in my collection, although I've never actually seen one.
7 hours ago, dhe said:
Interesting label design.
I really like the purple
CYC XB Manual
Most of my TI TIme has been spent in TICoED with the XB manual. To make my life easier I printed out the CYC version of the XB Manual - all additions, addendums, corrections and clarifications already added. I took the print out to my local copy shop, they spiral bound it, so I have lay flat capabilities and enough extra room to scribble my own notes in the margins.
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