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Software Library: Atari: Contributions
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Atari 8 Bit on Atari 800 XL: one of the first ZIP tools that existed. Compresses files using Huffman algorythm.  Using TURBO BASIC  See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huffman_coding
Topics: Huffman, Zip, compress, Atari 800, TurboB Basic, ATR, ATR Image
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by A. DeCicco
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0040.dsk
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by A. J. McAllister
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0040.dsk
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ABBUC
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Garden of Confusion (1986)(ABBUC)(DE)(PD)[BASIC]
Topics: Freeware, BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ACE Newsletter
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Electric Company (19xx)(ACE Newsletter)(US)[bas2boot]
Topics: bas2boot disks, BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ACE Program Exchange
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Matches (19xx)(ACE Program Exchange)(US)(PD)[bas2boot]
Topics: Freeware, BASIC programs, bas2boot disks
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ACE Program Exchange
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Civil War Simulation (19xx)(ACE Program Exchange)(US)(PD)[bas2boot]
Topics: bas2boot disks, BASIC programs, Freeware
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ALA Software
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Dr. Mindwarp (1983)(ALA Software)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Dragon's Breath (1985)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
software

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Adventure in the 5th Dimension (1983)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[a][BASIC] Platform Atari 8-bit Released May, 1983 Published by A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing Gameplay Interactive Fiction / Text Adventure Genre Adventure Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Narrative Detective / Mystery Description Mostly written in Atari BASIC (with a hint of 6502 assembly), this game was Brian Moriarty 's first text adventure. Its player controls a private investigator on the trail of extra-terrestrial burglars who have stolen the...
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Atarzee (1986-05)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Clues (1984-07)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Lunar Patrol (1985)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Adventure at Vandenberg A.F.B. (1984)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Adventure at Vandenberg A.F.B. (1984)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[a2][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Dragonlord (19xx)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Electra-ball - Sport of the Future (1989)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Basic Burger (1985)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Castaway (1987-10)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Dragonlord (19xx)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Cannon Duel (1981)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Moon Lord (1986)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Adventure in the 5th Dimension (1983)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC] Platform Atari 8-bit Released May, 1983 Published by A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing Gameplay Interactive Fiction / Text Adventure Genre Adventure Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Narrative Detective / Mystery Description Mostly written in Atari BASIC (with a hint of 6502 assembly), this game was Brian Moriarty 's first text adventure. Its player controls a private investigator on the trail of extra-terrestrial burglars who have stolen the...
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Computing
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Adventure at Vandenberg A.F.B. (1984)(ANALOG Computing)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Software
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Shooting Gallery (1981)(ANALOG Software)(US)[req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by ANALOG Software
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Thunder Island (1981)(ANALOG Software)(US)[req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Dice Poker (1981)(APX)(US)[req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Domination (1980)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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747 Landing Simulator (1981)(APX)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Lemonade (1981)(APX)(US)[a][bas2boot]
Topics: bas2boot disks, BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Attank! (1981)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Sleazy Adventure (1981)(APX)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Sleazy Adventure (1981)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Dice Poker (1981)(APX)(US)[a][req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Spelling Genie (1982)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Downhill (19xx)(APX)(US)[paddles][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Seven Card Stud (1982)(APX)[a][req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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747 Landing Simulator (1981)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Cribbage (1982)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Seven Card Stud v1.0 (1982)(APX)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Attank! (1981)(APX)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Seven Card Stud v1.2 (1982)(APX)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Seven Card Stud (1982)(APX)[req OSb][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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747 Landing Simulator (1981)(APX)(US)[a2][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Lemonade (1981)(APX)(US)[bas2boot]
Topics: BASIC programs, bas2boot disks
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Sleazy Adventure (1981)(APX)(US)[a2][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Counter (1982)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Wizard's Gold (1981)(APX)(US)[a][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
software

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Babel (1981)(APX)(US)[BASIC] Platform Atari 8-bit Released 1982 Published by Atari, Inc. Perspective Side view Genre Action Gameplay Arcade Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description Babel is an arcade two-players game, referring to the biblical story. The goal of both opponents is to reach as many stars as possible to outscore the opponent. The players lay the bricks that let them climb to the stars. Each touched star disappears after giving points. The game features 3 difficulty levels - first...
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Block'em rev2.0 (1982)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Memory Match (1981)(APX)(US)[bas2boot]
Topics: bas2boot disks, BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by APX
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Wizard's Gold (1981)(APX)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Aaron Franksen
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J/K DRAW   From Way Up and Way Over Here's J/K Draw   by Aaron Franksen As you might expect, when we get mail from Cleveland, we don't rush to the road atlas to see if it's the largest city in Ohio.  On the other hand, when we get a cute little program sent to us from Revelstokc, British Columbia, it's reach for the World Book time. Aaron Fransen lives in this westernmost province of Canada and we like to think he uses his CoCo in the seclusion of a small cabin in the Monashee Mountains near...
Topics: coco, color computer, rainbow, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Adventure International
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Galactic Trader (1981)(Adventure International)(US)[BASIC] Released 1981 Also For Apple II, TRS-80 Published by Adventure International Pacing Real-Time Genre Strategy/Tactics Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Perspective Text-based / Spreadsheet Vehicular Space Flight Interface Text Parser Description Galactic Trader is the sequel to Galactic Empire and the second game in the Galactic Saga . The planet Galactica's forces have conquered the Central Galactic System, but with...
Topic: BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Adventure International
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Star Trek III (1981)(Adventure International)(US)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Vintage BASIC Games: Color Computer
by Al Hine
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THE TRACK   The Track Will Provide Hours of Varied Fun   by Al Hine The Track is a unique game because it allows you to create the most important part of any race game: The track itself.  You can save each of the tracks you create and you can save as many tracks as you have disks or tape to save them on. In this program, a prototype of a more detailed offering now being developed by Interaction Software, you complete against the clock and the existing lap record for the particular track. ...
Topics: coco, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, rainbow, color computer
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Alan Barnes
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This program is a computer version of an old card trick which never fails to get some ooohs and aaahs from the uninitiated.  The dealer, ormagician, takes twenty-one random cards, deals them out in three piles of seven cards each.  You then tell him which column (or which pile) contains your card.  He then picks up the three columns from right to left, putting the right pile on the top, and then deals the deck out again horizontally.  In other words the top card of the right column now...
Topics: creative computing, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, ibm pc
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Alan Brown
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VAN GAM is a simple game with an interesting solution set.  The winning sequence pairs ar eformed by certain mutually exclusive *sequences*, using the golden mean, 1+sqrt(5)/2, as an irrational generator.  See explanation, lines 40-130. If T = 1+sqrt(5)/2 and X = T+1, Y = 1/T + 1, then for integers N the winning sequence generators are:   INT (N * X)  2 5 7 10 13 . . . .   INT (N * Y)  1 3 4  6  8 . . . . It is interesting to note that the union of these sequences is the set of...
Topics: ibm pc, creative computing, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Alan Ramsey
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GRAVEDIGGER It's dark and windy -- not the kind of night to be lost in a graveyard, but that's where you are.  You have until midnight to find your way out.  Skeletons lurk in the shadows waiting to scare you to death should you come too close.  You can dig holes to help keep them away but digging is tiring work and you cannot manage more than five in one game.  You have to be careful not to fall down the holes you have dug too. Grave stones (marked +) and the walls of the graveyard (marked...
Topics: ibm pc, usborne, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Creepy Computer Games
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Alan Segal; Steve North; Lawrence Neal
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Checkers This program plays checkers.  The pieces played by the computer are marked with an "X", yours are marked "O".  A move is made by specifying the coordinates of the piece to be moved (X, Y).  Home (0,0) is in the bottom left and X specifies distance to the right of home (i.e., column) and Y specifies distance above home (i.e., row). You then specify where you wish to move to. The original version of the program by Alan Segal was not able to recognize (or permit) a...
Topics: ibm pc, creative computing, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Vintage BASIC Games: IBM PC
by Alan Yarbrough
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In this program you are a medieval knight in a jousting tournament. The prize to the winner of the tournament is the princess' hand in marriage.  To win you must beat four other knights, the gold knight, the silver knight, the red knight, and the fierce black knight.  On each pass of your opponent you must select one of eight different aiming points, such as the helm, lower left, face of shield, et cetera, and, based on your aiming point, you may select from three to six different defense...
Topics: creative computing, basic, game, vintage_basic_games, ibm pc
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Andreas Barth
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Travelers (1985)(Barth, Andreas)(DE)[BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
The MicroCom Collection
by Andrew Bartorillo; M. "Tac" Tacelosky; David Clements
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EDUCATION-8 Spanish Teacher v1.1 and the Spanish Language Assistant v1.30. SPANISH1 -1 Spanish language tutorial v1.1, part one. Type "CD SPANISH1" to access these files. SPANISH1/TEACHER.BAS 20007 Main program. SPANISH1/TEACHER.TXT 6555 Documentation. SPANISH1/PHRASEnn.DAT 999 Data file containing phrase translations. SPANISH1/VERBnn.DAT 999 Data file containing verb translations/conjugations. SPANISH1/VOCABnn.DAT 999 Data file containing noun translations. SPANISH2 -1 Spanish...
Topics: MicroCom, floppy, DOS, BASIC, DOS utilities, education, Spanish, vocabulary
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Andrew Davie
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Andru (19xx)(Davie, Andrew)(PD)[BASIC]
Topics: Freeware, BASIC programs
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Andrew Davie
software

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Andru (19xx)(Davie, Andrew)(PD)[a][BASIC]
Topics: BASIC programs, Freeware
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andrew Nelson
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Games for Your TI-99/4A
Atari 8-Bit Library: Games
by Andrew Ward
software

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Adventure Craze (19xx)(Ward, Andrew)(GB)[Ladder Maze hack][BASIC]
Topic: BASIC programs
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andy Hayes; C. Regena
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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Compute!'s First Book of TI Games
Vintage BASIC Games: TI-99/4A
by Andy Jagusiak
software

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This game is for the TI-99/4A, which is not emulated directly on the Internet Archive.  Below are directions for using this game with JS99 (which runs in your browser) and Classic99 (which is a Windows application): TO USE JS99:   1. Save the file "ti99.dsk" from this item.   2. Go to https://js99er.net/#/   3. Click on "Load Disk" (at the bottom of the screen).   4. Select the "ti99.dsk" file.   5. Enter TI Extended BASIC (option 2 on the TI start screen)....
Topics: ti, ti99, ti-99/4a, basic, game, vintage_basic_games
Source: Disk Image 0040.dsk