Posted by Norman Wolf on June 18, 1999 at 14:46:20:
I bought a TI99/4A years ago and used it even after I got my first IBM compatible (a 286). Alas, some years ago my TI burned out. I kept my TI software for quite a while, hoping to either get my TI repaired/replaced or to sell the software. I finally gave up last year and cleared the stuff out of my parents' basement. i only kept Parsec.
I saw the website for PC99 today and thought "I wish I had kept everything."
Am I correct in assuming you need a working TI and PC99 to convert Parsec to work on a PC compatible?
Is there a way to make Parsec work on an IBM without a TI?
In any event, will it work on an AMDK6II-333? (I do have a 486-66 as well, but I don't use it much anymore).
The TI is the best computer I ever had, and Parsec is the best game, even though my best high score is only 186500 (mnobody else around here came close to that even).
Hopefully someone can help me play Parsec on my current system. if not, I will have to try buying another TI, or else a Geneve (first I heard of it. How's the compatibility?)
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