Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al

8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)

Software

From CoCopedia - The Tandy/Radio Shack Color Computer Wiki
Revision as of 23:11, 24 January 2013 by Luis46coco (talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search
WELCOME
Looking for CoCo help? If you are trying to do something with your old Color Computer, read this quick reference. Want to contribute to this wiki? Be sure to read this first. This CoCo wiki project was started on October 29, 2004. --OS-9 Al

See Recent Changes. | About this site. | Join the E-Mail List, Facebook Group or Google+ | Contact me with updates/questions.

This page was last updated on 01/24/2013. Total Pages: 647. Total Files: 937.


Home / Software - Software


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 1/2/3 Games

CoCo 1/2 Non-games

CoCo 3 Games

(Sorted)

  • Arena of Skill - Disk, Chuck Nivison 1988, 128k, D&D/Arcade/Strategy
  • Barbarian Quest - Disk, Sportsware, 1990, Arcade, Medievel Sword Fighting. 512k
  • Bash - Disk, SRB Software 1989, Arkanoid(Bustout) Clone, 128k Ram.
  • Blox - Disk, Chet Simpson 1991, Based on Tetris, 1 of Chet's 1st games, 128k Ram
  • Castle of Tharoggad - Rompack, 26-3159, 1988. 128k Ram
  • C-Hawk Football - Stephen Macri 1986, 128k, Text/Graphics Football Simulation
  • Cosmic Ambush - Disk, Nick Marentas 1992, Space Shooter, 128k Ram.
  • Crystal City - Disk,Arcade, Gosub Software and later on Sundog Systems, 1991. 512k Ram, Lone Ship fighting to save your home planet
  • Championship Football - Rompack, 26-3172, 1988. 128k Ram
  • Digger - Disk, Chet Simpson 1990-91, Lode Runner clone, 128k Ram, This game had no sound and was Chet's 1st game he ever did and released.
  • Digger II, Return of the Saint - Disk, Chet Simpson 200#, Best Lode Runner Clone, 512k Ram.
  • Donkey Kong - Disk, SockMaster, 200#, Actual Z80 Arcade Game ported to the Coco 3. 512k Ram.
  • Donut Dilemma - Tape, Tandy Australia, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Draw Poker - Disk, Mike Burton 1986, 128k, Draw poker Card simulation
  • Exeter - Disk, G J Doak, 1987, Graphics Adventure. 128k Ram
  • Fruit Multi-bars Slot machine, Tom Mix Software 1986(white Cloud Software), 128k, Slot Machine Simulation
  • Fire One - Disk, Ark Royal Games 1987, 3d Submarine war simulation, 128k Ram.
  • Frogday Afternoon - Disk, Kevin Humphrey, 1988, Control a Scuba Diver Fishing. 128k Ram
  • Gate Crasher - Disk, Nick Marentas 1999, 1st Full 3D shooter, 512k Ram.
  • Gems - Disk, John R Strong 1991, Tetris Clone, 128k Ram, This uses the Orch 90cc Rompack.
  • Gold Runner 2000 - Disk, Chet Simpson 1999, Best Lode runner Clone for the Coco's, 512k Ram
  • Gantelet2 - Disk or Tape, Diecom Products, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Grandprix Challenge - Disk or Tape, Diecom Products Inc, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Iron Forest - Disk, Diecom 1988, 1 of only 2 that used the Sega Phaser gun. 128k Ram.
  • Jeweled - Disk, Roger Taylor 2008, Bejeweled Clone, 512k Ram.
  • Kyum Gai to be ninja - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1989, Ninja Fighting Game. 128k Ram
  • La Belle Lucie Solitaire - Disk, EverSoft Games 1990, Card Game, 128k Ram.
  • Lunar Lander - Disk, Jeff Donze Rainbow Magazine 1989, Simulation of landing a Space Capsule on the Moon
  • Mary's Butterflies - Disk, Roger Taylor 200#, Unique game style, 128k Ram.
  • Malcom Mortar - Rompack, 26-3160, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Marty's Nightmare - Disk, SRB Software 19##, Pac Man Style game, 128k Ram.
  • Magic of Zanth - Disk, Computerware 1987, Graphics Adventure, 128k Ram.
  • Medievel Madness - Disk, Diecom 1989, 2nd game to use the Sega Phaser gun. 128k Ram.
  • Mine Rescue - Disk, SRB Software 1988, Rescue trapped miners, 128k Ram. Uses the same game system used in Super pitfall
  • Moon Defense - Disk, Robert Evans 1987, 128k, Simple Space Fighting game
  • Nuke the Love Boat - Disk, 128k, Computerware 1987, Graphics Adventure, Stop a Terrorist plan to Nuke a Luxury Cruise Ship
  • Overlord - Disk, Oblique Triad, 1990, Wargames Role player game. 128k
  • Pac Dude - Disk, Brian O'Neill 1990, Clone of Pac Man. 128k Ram.
  • PacDude Monster Maze - Disk, Brian O'Neill 1992, Music by Chris Spry. 512k Ram. 1 of the best Hybrid pac-man clones on the coco 3
  • Pac Man - Disk, Nick Marentas 1997, Best Pac Man Clone ever on the coco's, 512k Ram.
  • Pelieti - Disk, Roger Taylor 1991, Maze style solving, 128k Ram.
  • Photon - Disk, Sundog Systems, 19##, Arcade Mind Strategy game. 128k Ram
  • Ponk - Disk, Greg Helton 1987, Based on the 1970's Squash Simulation
  • Predator - Rompack, 26-3165, 1989. 128k Ram
  • Pursuit - Disk/Tape, Tandy Australia Craig Stewart, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Pyramix - Disk, Dr Prebbles programs, 1987. 128k Ram
  • RAD Warrior - Rompack, 26-3162 Jesse taylor for Epyx, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Rampage - Rompack, 26-3174, 1989. 128k Ram
  • Return of Juniors Revenge - Disk, ComputerWare BJ Chambless 1986, Based on Donkey Kong Jr, 128k Ram.
  • Roller Controller - Disk, Spectral Associates 1986, Game theme unknown, 128k Ram.
  • Robocop - Rompack, 26-3164, 1988. 128k Ram
  • Rupert Rythym - Disk or Tape,Nick Marentas (Tandy Australia), 1988. 128k Ram
  • Slots and Cards - Disk, Microdeal, 19##, Vegas slot cards. 128k Ram
  • Sidney, The Super Space Snake - Disk, KLG Systems, 1991, 128k Ram
  • Seventh Link - Disk, Oblique Triad, 1990,RPG Graphics Adventure. based on the Ultima style games
  • Shanghai - Rompack, 26-3084, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Silpheed - Rompack, 26-3054, 1988. 128k Ram
  • Sinnstaar - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1989, Space Shoot'n up Game. 512k Ram,
  • Soviet Bloc - Disk, John R Strong 1991, Tetris Clone, 128 Ram, Also uses Orch-90cc Rompack.
  • Space Intruders - Disk, Tandy Australia, 1988. 128k Ram, Based on Space Invaders and best Clone to date on any 8bit system
  • Space Marauder - Disk, Tandy Australia Craig Stewart, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Spider Hype and Spider Hyper - Disk, Roger Taylor 1992, Trap Spiders in Bottom Half, 128k Ram. 2 versions are made 1 uses 6809 the other uses 6309 chips.
  • Springster - Rompack, 26-3078, Spectral Associates 1987. 128k Ram
  • Super Pitfall - Rompack, 26-3171, 1988. 128k Ram
  • Super Mastermind - Disk, Bill Nobel and Darryl Hildebrandt 1987, Simulation
  • Sweep - Disk, Tim Franklin 2011, 128k, Puzzle game based on Mine Sweeper
  • The power stones of ard 2 - Disk, 3 C's Projects, 1990, Graphic adventure. 128k Ram
  • Those Darn Marbles - Disk, Oblique Triad, 1990, based on marble maze. 512k Ram
  • The Quest for Thelda - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1991, Clone of Zelda. 128k Ram
  • The Quest For The Starlord - Disk, Sundog Systems, 198#, graphic adventure, Futuristic Apocalypse game. 128k Ram
  • The Contras - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1991, Commando Clone. 512k Ram
  • Thexder - Rompack, 26-3072, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Three in a Row - Charles Price 198#, Tic Tac Toe simulation 128k Disk
  • Trubble - John Demchenko, Disk 128k, Game theme Unknown?
  • Tetra - Disk, Brian O'Neill 1991, Based on the game Tetris, 128k Ram.
  • Vegas Slots - Disk, Tom Mix Software, 1987. 128k Ram
  • Video Cards/Keno - Disk, Tom Mix, 1988, Vegas Casino Game. 128k
  • Warp Fighter 3-D - Disk, Steve Bjork's 3-D space shooter, also can use 3D Glasses. 128k Ram
  • Warrior King - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1988, Medievel Sword game. 128k Ram
  • WarMongar - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1991, World Domination style Game, The Author of the game, Greg Wittmeyer(GSW Software). 128k Ram
  • Wildwest - Disk, Tom Mix 1987, Graphics Adventure, 128k Ram.
  • World At War - Disk, GSW Software, This game was revised, And then Sold By Sundog Systems, Which is the game renamed WarMongar, But with some enhancements. 128k Ram
  • Xenion - Disk, Diecom Software, 1987-88. space shoot'n up game. 128k Ram, When played on a coco 1/2 it auto detects system to use Coco 1,2 graphics
  • Z-89 - Disk, Game Point Software, 1989, Sequel to Zaxxon(utilising the power of the coco 3). Steve Bjork
  • Zenix - Disk, Jeremy Spiller, 1990, clone of Galaga. 128k Ram

OS-9 Level 2 or Nitros-9 Based Games

  • Kings Quest 3 - Disk Os-9 Lv2 512k Sierra On-Line for Tandy Usa, 512k Graphics adventure
  • Koronis Rift, Disk OS-9 Lv2, Ken Rogoway (Lucasfilm Ltd., for Epyx), 1987, Arcade/Strategy
  • Kyum Gai - Disk, Sundog Systems, 1991, OS9 version of To be ninja. 256k or 512k needed
  • Leisure suit Larry - Chris Iden (Coco/OS-9 conversion) Sierra On-Line 1988, 256 or 512k, Graphics/Adventure
  • Rescue on Fractulas - Ken Rogoway (Lucasfilm Ltd., for Epyx), 128k Disk, Rescue Stranded people while being fired upon.
  • Rogue - Disk, 26-3297, 198?. 128k Ram Minimum 512k Ram needed for Ascii graphics
  • Shanghai Rick Adams (Activision) (cartridge original), and Bill Nobel/Alan Dekok (OS-9 version) 256/512k Disk
  • Sub Battle Simulator - Disk, Jesse Taylor & Mike Leber for Epyx, 1987, 128k

2 other games to be entered in here yet will do when time permits :)

CoCo 3 Non-games

  • 512K SIMM Upgrade - Disk, Cloud-9
  • ADOS-3 - Disk, SpectroSystems
  • Coco3 Utilities - Disk, Color Venture
  • CocoMax III - Disk, Colorware
  • Color Computer Artist - Disk, 26-3277
  • 512k Basic - Disk, Microcom Software, 1988.
  • WPShel - Disk, OS9 Word Processing shell, Colorsystems, 1990.
  • Disk Defeater - Disk, Rsdos, Break any copy protection used,Carl England, 1995
  • Backup Magic - Disk, Rsdos, Backup any copy protected coco disk on the Market, And can make a emulator running version for DK's and Mess. Carl England, 2005
  • SuperDisk - Disk, Rsdos, Sportsware, 198# Look at How programmers create their own copy protection schemes, Even learn to make your own.
  • CoCo Family Recorder - Disk, requires 80 column monitor and two disc drives. Geneaology database program. Versions for SECB (RS-DOS) and OS-9 were available. FARNA Systems, 1992 - OS-9 version 1995.
  • Ultilmuse III - Disk, Os-9 Level 2 MIDI Sequencer by Michael J.Knudsen.

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.
  • ADOS - single tasking OS edition enhancements, Slow & Fast compatible with disk and printers

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

Links

Order By Catalog Number

Cat. No. Title Media 1st Appearance
26-2222 Videotex Program Pak RSC-6
26-2537 Space Probe: Math RSC-10
26-2550 Dracula - Reading is Fun RSC-8
26-2551 The Hound of Baskervilles RSC-8
26-2552 Moby Dick RSC-8
26-2553 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea RSC-8
26-2567 Klendathu RSC-10
26-2568 Vocabulary Tutor 1 RSC-8
26-2569 Vocabulary Tutor 2 RSC-8
26-2624 Pioneers in Technology
26-2625 Inventions that Changed Our Lives
26-2626 TRS-80 Chemistry Lab, Vol. I
26-2709 TRS-80 Color PILOT Cassette
26-2710 TRS-80 Color PILOT Disk
26-2721 Color LOGO Disk
26-2722 Color LOGO Program Pak
26-3019 Diagnostic ROM RSC-4
26-3021 Screen Print Program RSC-6
26-3050 Chess Program Pak RSC-4
26-3051 Quasar Commander Program Pak RSC-4
26-3052 Pinball Program Pak RSC-4
26-3053 Football Program Pak RSC-4
26-3055 Checkers Program Pak RSC-4
26-3056 Super Bustout Program Pak RSC-6
26-3057 Dino Wars Program Pak RSC-6
26-3058 Skiing Program Pak RSC-6
26-3059 Color Backgammon Program Pak RSC-6
26-3060 Space Assault Program Pak RSC-6
26-3061 Art Gallery Program Pak RSC-6
26-3062 Zaxxon
26-3063 Project Nebula Program Pak RSC-6
26-3064 Cyrus
26-3065 Polaris Program Pak RSC-6
26-3066 Galactic Attack RSC-8
26-3067 Wildcatting RSC-8
26-3070 Color Robot Battle RSC-9
26-3071 Roman Checkers RSC-8
26-3073 Poltergeist RSC-9
26-3075 Color Cubes RSC-8
26-3076 Mega Bug RSC-8
26-3077 Micro Painter RSC-8
26-3079 Castle Guard RSC-9
26-3080 Tennis RSC-8
26-3081 Monster Maze RSC-9
26-3082 Crosswords RSC-9
26-3083 Gin Champion RSC-9
26-3085 Microbes RSC-8
26-3086 Slay the Nerius RSC-10
26-3087 Clowns and Balloons RSC-9
26-3088 Shooting Gallery RSC-8
26-3089 Canyon Climber RSC-9
26-3090 Popcorn Program Pak RSC-8
26-3091 Double Back RSC-9
26-3092 Reactoids RSC-10
26-3093 Dungeons of Daggorath RSC-10
26-3101 Personal Finance Program Pak RSC-4
26-3102 Investment Analysis RSC-6
26-3103 Color File RSC-6
26-3104 Spectaculator RSC-6
26-3105 Color Scripsit RSC-6
26-3150 Bingo Math Program Pak RSC-4
26-3151 Music Program Pak RSC-4
26-3152 Typing Tutor RSC-6
26-3153 Color Computer Learning Lab Cassette RSC-6
26-3154 Handyman RSC-6
26-3156 Audio Spectrum Analyzer RSC-8
26-3157 Graphics Pak RSC-9
26-3158 Bridge Tutor RSC-8
26-3250 Editor Assembler With ZBug RSC-6
26-3255 Color Scripsit Disk RSC-8
26-3256 Spectaculator Disk RSC-8
26-3260 Personafile Disk RSC-8
26-3299 Sands of Egypt Disk RSC-9
26-3300 Images 1 RSC-9
26-3301 Images 2 RSC-9
26-3310 Pyramid Cassette RSC-8
26-3311 Raaka-Tu Cassette RSC-8
26-3312 Bedlam Cassette RSC-8
26-3313 Madness and the Minotaur RSC-9
26-3320 Card Games RSC-9