This is a paint application written in 1985 that supports fonts and run-line encoding to optimize saved drawings either vertical or horizontal. Enjoy!
With “cocotape” you can use a standard coco cassette cable to transfer files or games from your pc directly to your color computer.
CoCoSID is a program I wrote for the Tandy CoCo 3 that more-or-less mimic the sound of the Commodore 64 SID sound chip. The music used here is a hand-converted version of the original C64 Commando by Rob Hubbard. The DSK can be found here to play on emulation or real CoCo 3: http://www.coco3.com/community/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/REMDISK_cocosid.zip My […]
At the 19th annual “Last” Chicago CoCoFEST! in Elgin, IL this past weekend (May 15-16, 2010), the guys at Cloud-9 had an FPGA board they were playing with, which was set up to act like a CoCo 3 (including support for GIME chip and BASIC and all that). In this video, they explain who is […]
At the 19th annual “Last” Chicago CoCoFEST! in Elgin, IL this past weekend (May 15-16, 2010), John Linville had a CoCo 3 playing full motion video with sound. It was a bare CoCo 3 with a Cloud-9 IDE drive interface (reading the data from a Compact Flash card, I think). This clip doesn’t have the […]