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*[[Canyon Climber]] - Rompack, 26-3089, 1982
 
*[[Canyon Climber]] - Rompack, 26-3089, 1982
 
*[[Castle Guard]] - Rompack, 26-3079, 1981
 
*[[Castle Guard]] - Rompack, 26-3079, 1981
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*[[Caterpillar]] Tape or Disk, [[Aadvark-80]] 1992
 
*[[Cave Walker]] - Disk, 26-3249, OS-9
 
*[[Cave Walker]] - Disk, 26-3249, OS-9
 
*[[Checkers]] - Rompack, 26-3055, 1980
 
*[[Checkers]] - Rompack, 26-3055, 1980

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How specific should the categories be? Is it helpful to seperate them by media type (ROMpak, disk, tape) and by machine type (CoCo 1/2, CoCo 3)? The first "Radio Shack Software" section is just a style proposal. Either run with it, or we can delete it.

Radio Shack Software

ROM Paks

CoCo 1/2

CoCo 3

Disk

CoCo 1/2

CoCo 3

Cassette

CoCo 1/2

CoCo 3

CoCo 1/2 Games

CoCo 1/2 Non-games

CoCo 3 Games

CoCo 3 Non-games

CoCo 1/2 Operating Systems

  • OS-9 Level One - multitasking in a single 64K address space.
  • Flex - single tasking OS whose command prompt got Hayes modems' attention.


CoCo 3 Operating Systems

  • OS-9 Level Two - multitasking with memory mapping and windowing.
  • NitrOS-9 - A supercharged, open source version of OS-9 for the CoCo