Sunday, 22 January 2012

Game Over


It was almost four years of uploading & sharing ROMs and it ends today. I simply don't have time to upload all the sets again. Sorry.

Friday, 18 November 2011

TOSEC 2011-11-11: Sinclair ZX Spectrum Updates


fix_Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Compilations - Demos - [$B] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24_CM)
fix_Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Compilations - Demos - [$Z] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24_CM)
fix_Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Compilations - Demos - [Multipart] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24_CM)
fix_Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Compilations - Games - [$B] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24_CM)
fix_Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Compilations - Games - [Multipart] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24_CM)


http://www.filesonic.com/file/3924853495

Sunday, 13 November 2011

TOSEC 2011-11-11: Sinclair ZX81


"The ZX81 was a home computer produced by Sinclair Research and manufactured in Scotland by Timex Corporation. It was launched in the United Kingdom in March 1981 as the successor to Sinclair's ZX80 and was designed to be a low-cost introduction to home computing for the general public. It was hugely successful and more than 1.5 million units were sold before it was eventually discontinued. The ZX81 found commercial success in many other countries, notably the United States, where Timex manufactured and distributed it under licence. Timex later produced its own versions of the ZX81 for the US market – the Timex Sinclair 1000 and Timex Sinclair 1500. Unauthorised clones of the ZX81 were produced in a number of countries.
The ZX81 was designed to be small, simple, and above all cheap, using as few components as possible to keep the cost down. Video output was to a television set rather than a dedicated monitor. Programs and data were loaded and saved onto audio tape cassettes. It had only four silicon chips on board and a mere 1 kB of memory. The machine had no moving parts – not even a power switch – and used a touch-sensitive membrane keyboard for manual input. The ZX81's limitations prompted the emergence of a flourishing market in third-party peripherals to improve its capabilities. Such limitations, however, achieved Sinclair's objective of keeping the cost of the machine as low as possible. Its distinctive design won awards in the UK and abroad.
The ZX81 could be bought by mail order in kit form or pre-assembled. In what was then a major innovation, it was the first cheap mass-market home computer that could be bought from high street stores, led by W.H. Smith and soon many other retailers. The ZX81 marked the first time that computing in Britain became an activity for the general public, rather than the preserve of businesspeople and electronics hobbyists. It inspired the creation of a huge community of enthusiasts, some of whom founded their own businesses producing software and hardware for the ZX81. Many went on to play a major role in the British computer industry in later years. The ZX81's commercial success made Sinclair Research one of Britain's leading computer manufacturers and earned a fortune and an eventual knighthood for the company's founder, Sir Clive Sinclair." (Wikipedia)

Download:

Sinclair ZX81 - Applications - [Multipart] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)
Sinclair ZX81 - Applications - [P] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)
Sinclair ZX81 - Demos (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)
Sinclair ZX81 - Educational (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)
Sinclair ZX81 - Games - [Multipart] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)
Sinclair ZX81 - Games - [P] (TOSEC-v2011-09-24)


http://www.filesonic.com/file/3491922105

TOSEC 2011-11-11: Enterprise 64 & 128


Download:

Enterprise 64 & 128 - Games - [BAS] (TOSEC-v2011-10-15)
Enterprise 64 & 128 - Games - [COM] (TOSEC-v2011-10-15)
Enterprise 64 & 128 - Games - [DTF] (TOSEC-v2011-10-15)
Enterprise 64 & 128 - Games - [IMG] (TOSEC-v2011-10-15)
Enterprise 64 & 128 - Games - [Multipart] (TOSEC-v2011-10-16)


http://www.filesonic.com/file/3491623365

TOSEC 2011-11-11: Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100


"Tiki 100 was a desktop home/personal computer manufactured by Tiki Data of Oslo, Norway. The computer was launched in the spring of 1984 under the original name Kontiki 100, and was first and foremost intended for the emerging educational sector, especially for primary schools. Due to a dispute with Thor Heyerdahl, famous for his Kon-Tiki raft used in his expedition in 1947, the name was later changed to Tiki 100. Early prototypes had 4 KB ROM, and the '100' in the machine's name was based on the total KB amount of memory." (Wikipedia)

Download:

Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Applications (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Compilations - Applications (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Compilations - Games (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Educational (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Firmware (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Games (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)
Tiki Data Kontiki-100 & Tiki-100 - Operating Systems (TOSEC-v2011-05-13)


http://www.filesonic.com/file/3488091895

Friday, 11 November 2011

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Commodore - Amiga No-Intro 20111031 Update


"Hostile Breed (Europe) (En,Fr,De) (Proto) (OCS, ECS) (Boot Disk).ipf" size="1049180" crc="bff23d42" md5="a5ce6813594d6c8eeab7db88b7dff7cd" sha1="7262aa963abeea48a7bb45e856d6e390fb4ee60e"

"Hostile Breed (Europe) (En,Fr,De) (Proto) (OCS, ECS) (Disk 1).ipf" size="1049180" crc="0aab8c17" md5="d8dd5092d3fb955a5ac214ce09e1c60e" sha1="3a01d7837bd45add1d0cb3fc9b6169d3391e7abf"

"Hostile Breed (Europe) (En,Fr,De) (Proto) (OCS, ECS) (Disk 2).ipf" size="1049180" crc="876c057e" md5="d0b61a20e56efd0fb964ec3316c5a5c2" sha1="add02d59ef4d1225635723b57b0c187c4597f7d7"

"Nobby the Aardvark (Europe) (En,Fr,De) (Proto) (OCS, ECS).ipf" size="1034012" crc="294e6e5e" md5="6aa6d87dd2da65d342a34cfbddabd254" sha1="b66cb16a8c8cc116f60943a9e1e630995a4375b5"

Download Commodore - Amiga No-Intro 20111031 Update:

http://www.filesonic.com/file/3239980025

Sunday, 6 November 2011

Nintendo - Nintendo 64 No-Intro 20111105 Update


"Glover 2 (USA) (Proto).n64" size="33554432" crc="40f45974" md5="5462a62bceb6819c5fe77589c4344430" sha1="4ac11eb87de52e8e39b4cd404107ff7840e6e8e6"

Download Nintendo - Nintendo 64 No-Intro 20111105 Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VM0I8PHL

Nintendo - Game Boy Color No-Intro 20111103 Update


"VIP (USA) (En,Fr,Es).gbc" size="1048576" crc="436c87d4" md5="435d9fa03b3f891648f9c56d39299807" sha1="3ecff5c68e457ee34c42af6349f9ab2a6845b5de"

Download Nintendo - Game Boy Color No-Intro 20111103 Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=9UL4LK0V

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Nintendo - Game Boy No-Intro 20111020


Download Nintendo - Game Boy No-Intro 20111020:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=9MB8WKY9

Friday, 14 October 2011

Nintendo - Game Boy Color No-Intro 20111014 Update


"Sewing Machine Operation Software (USA) (En,Fr,Es).gbc" size="1048576" crc="e42fd7c4" md5="52f46e74689516225055b8576079ee24" sha1="a05a67f2d29bf29c56c9533c172da02ee0ad26b1"

Download Nintendo - Game Boy Color No-Intro 20111014 Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XFGKXGCW

Monday, 26 September 2011

Sega - Mega Drive - Genesis No-Intro 20110918 Update


"World Championship Soccer II (Europe).md" size="1048576" crc="6065774d" md5="8be67519c2417d36ca51576ff1ab043b" sha1="5f5a31a3e8e3b56aa0a3acdb8049246160679a8f"

Download Sega - Mega Drive - Genesis No-Intro 20110918 Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0F124TUY

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Nintendo - Game Boy Advance No-Intro Update


"Kim Possible (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es) (Rev 1).gba" size="8388608" crc="48428c2a" md5="09bc6ab258b83508be5e9a0eb11417d4" sha1="1df47750be1b14faed828fae3719cd18d3bf47fb"

"Lilo & Stitch (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It,Nl) (Rev 1).gba" size="8388608" crc="e7bc4ef1" md5="e7ead9536e55c3c6ff2448712cd77efb" sha1="a4e86401593c1763fdd70c6e1f7b4ccec7101db7"

"Medabots - Metabee Version (Spain).gba" size="8388608" crc="7e907ec8" md5="89a8ea77fc2169dd5aa0209e4c485b7c" sha1="fee2d1db994e1a13fc2bc9943198136192412185"

"Medabots - Rokusho Version (Spain).gba" size="8388608" crc="046d86c4" md5="f04e0dbf730276bb548498efb2cc6dc5" sha1="90fe7f2927c592aabc9b33d0df00d92046c5cb92"

"Treasure Planet (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It,Nl) (Rev 1).gba" size="8388608" crc="794b2602" md5="fa19435d7060761379f5583fd95e1d24" sha1="c703edaee8a2bad09c2298e2c92a14d459fe664a"

Download Nintendo - Game Boy Advance No-Intro Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IFTEYFPY

Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System No-Intro Update


"Nintendo World Cup (Europe) (Rev A).nes" size="262144" crc="7c16f819" md5="6507d8306564cfb52225d4c78373d3e8" sha1="7913b4d15325b9ca02b659610fafd69a65e45fed"


"Shikinjou (Japan).nes" size="131072" crc="9b53f848" md5="170d954e740d63b36c7fa3a5f720e954" sha1="023d9bd756f1224df111c4120e6b7596563869a4"


"Tetsudou Ou - Famicom Boardgame (Japan).nes" size="65536" crc="4bb6b430" md5="0c8965092e0001728c60697a43ff25b0" sha1="41f42dee2080a99a66bff0cc25728d19f8e6c8e5"

Download Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System No-Intro Update:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OZXTQOUD

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Deleted Posts

I just want to let you know that I will recover all the deleted posts. I have a copy from the google cache but not time to do it right now. I also would like to thank to all the people helping with this issue.