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CoCo Links

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CoCo is the nickname given to the Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer.

CoCo Related Links


Magazines, Documentation & Reference

Software tools & projects

  • LWTools- is a set of cross-development tools for the Motorola 6809 and Hitachi 6309 microprocessors.
  • Sock Master's CoCo Page (archived) - Home of CoCo's Donkey Kong Emulator, Twilight Term, mind-blowing CoCo demos such as CocoTracker (Coco Mod player) and much more.
  • CoCo Quest - Home of Mike Snyder's CoCo games.
  • Da Barn Studios - A site dedicated to the software projects of Bill Pierce as well as Music from the Tandy/Radio Shack Color Computer 1, 2 & 3.
  • NitrOS-9 on SourceForge - The open source operating system for all CoCo's and Dragons. Great documentation in the wiki.
  • The Toolshed - Great set of tools including a 6809 assembler, utilities for managing disk images, and much more.
  • JAVA based DriveWire 4 by Aaron Wolfe - Opens the CoCo to new features and worlds, with virtual drive access from your PC, DW4 MIDI for the Coco, OS-9 terminals, and much, much more!
  • Nickolas Marentes' Project Archive - Nick's page includes information on all his CoCo projects and programs, interviews, software downloads and interesting information about the CoCo 3's (still) elusive 256 color mode.

Hardware vendors

See Companies#Current_Vendors_List



Blogs, informational and personal websites

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