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Home / Vaporware - Vaporware

This page will serve as an index of the more famous "announced but never shipped" products.

Vaporware (Software)

  • The Last Ninja - An OS-9-based game announced in a Radio Shack catalog but never completed.


  • Anyone want to get this started? What about that big multipak "CAT" thing?
  • Carl England's Printer-Scanner - this gadget attached to a Tandy DMP 100 printer and turned it in to a scanner. A prototype was shown off at a CoCoFest (Atlanta) but it never made it in to production.
  • Ken-Ton CoCo Repack - shown at a CoCoFest, it was a phenomenal repack case.
  • CoCoVR - Sub-Etha Software's StuntMaster VR helmet that was to hook to the CoCo video out and joysticks.
  • CoCo Answering Machine - Sub-Etha Software's use of an existing serial port phone interface that would have turned the CoCo in to an answering machine.