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TRS-80EMULATORS.COM

http://www.trs-80emulators.com/

Matthew Reed's emulators, utilities, and development tools for TRS-80 Models 1/3/4

CLASSIC99

http://www.harmlesslion.com/cgi-bin/onesoft.cgi?10

Classic99 is a freeware TI-99/4A emulator for Windows 2000 and up.

CLASSIC99 - FREEWARE TI-99/4A EMULATOR

http://www.harmlesslion.com/software/classic99/

Classic99 is a freeware TI-99/4A emulator for Windows 9x. Classic99 runs most stuff fine: -System ROMs and many cartridges are INCLUDED under license from Texas Instruments   -boots and runs all console OS functions (except cassette I/O) and TI BASIC correctly   -most modules seem to work fine   -XB/Atarisoft cartridge bank switching supported   -all three music channels emulated through any DirectSound compatible sound card   -noise channel fully emulated, though user-defined repeat rates are not 100% accurate   -Speech implemented for both speech ROMs and external speak   -keyboard CRU scanning implemented   -joystick support   -9901 timer supported   -partial disk support   -DirectX Windowed and FullScreen, as well as non-DirectX windowed modes.   -Sprite collision detection (by pattern)   -Numerous video filter options (HQ4X, 2xSAI, SuperEagle, NTSC, etc)   -Integrated debugger with single step   -PS/2 keyboard emulation built-in   -Mouse-driven menu selection (double-click on screen)   -1MB Super AMS card supported   - Open Source and 100% free

DAVID KEIL'S TRS-80 EMULATOR PAGE

http://www.classiccmp.org/cpmarchives/trs80/mirrors/www.discover-net.net/~dmkeil/index.htm

These emulators are written in 80486+ assembly language and require a Pentium compatible processor.  The front-end is written in C++ to provide a user friendly interface. All the TRS-80 emulation runs in assembly language for maximum speed. The start-up, configuration and virtual media selection screens are written in C++.  These programs emulate the TRS-80 Model 1, Model III/4/4P, Color Computer 1/2 & Color Computer 3. These microcomputers were popular in the 1980s. The emulators all function exactly like the real thing, including the ability to read and write real TRS-80 disks & cassettes.

HARMLESSLION - SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND RANDOM ACTIVITIES

http://www.harmlesslion.com/

Home of the HarmlessLion

TI-99/4A GAME SHELF

http://tigameshelf.net/

Over the years since the birth of the TI 99/4A computer, dedicated and talented programmers have produced a dazzling array of games software for it for the enjoyment of all TI'ers. Unfortunately, although several outstanding sources exist as at least partial repositories of some of these programs such as the WHT ftp site and the Hidden Reef BBS (718-448-9402 USA), they do not provide any visual clues as to what the games look like and how they play. As a result, many excellent games may be ignored for lack of a clear description and review. This site is an attempt to correct this situation by providing a gallery of interesting games with images of the opening screen as well as an in-play snapshot, along with a brief review tested on a real TI 99/4A system. Hardware requirements will also be listed and download links provided. Most of these files will also be available in a special Game Shelf section on the Hidden Reef BBS for direct download into the TI, as well as a combined zipped file on this site.

TI-99/4A VIDEOGAME HOUSE

http://www.videogamehouse.net/

TI-99/4A Videogame House Main Page

VIRTUAL T IS A TRS-80 MODEL 100/102/200

http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualt/

Virtual T is a TRS-80 Model 100/102/200 emulator that runs on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh. The goal of Virtual T is to provide 100% hardware emulation so any existing programs will run. It also adds powerful development and debugging tools.

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