TRS-80 Model III Emulator for Windows

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    ZLoth
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    Take a look at this TRS-80 Model III Emulator for Windows. It contains two of my favorite games for that platform…. 13 Ghosts and Lunar Lander.


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    I don’t remember if I used Model II or Model III Trash-80s in computer class in high school. I did have a floppy full of stuff I programmed in BASIC in class for years. I have fond memories of those gargantuan machines. I honestly couldn’t tell you a single thing I did in that class, though. It’s all gone from my memory, other than programming a Snake clone one afternoon.

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    More than likely, the Model III computers. The Model II computers has 8″ diskettes and no cassette port, and were intended solely for business use, while the Model III computers had 5¼” diskettes, no detached keyboard, and supported cassettes.


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    Please Don’t Call It Trash-80: A 35th Anniversary Salute to Radio Shack’s TRS-80


    “You can not operate in this room unless you believe that you are Superman, and whatever happens, you’re capable of solving the problem.” – Gene Kranz

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