Wednesday, 29 April 2009


I still have a few single NEC TOSEC romsets, so I just put all of it together in one archive:
  • NEC PC-Engine & TurboGrafx-16 - Demos (TOSEC-v2005-12-28)
  • NEC PC-Engine & TurboGrafx-16 - Games (TOSEC-v2007-01-08)
  • NEC PC-Engine CD & TurboGrafx-16 CD - Unofficial - Games (TOSEC-v2006-05-20)
  • NEC PC-FX - BIOS (TOSEC-v2009-02-15)
  • NEC SuperGrafx - Games (TOSEC-v2007-01-08)
Download from Megaupload:

Tiger - Various (TOSEC-v2005-05-02)

Download Tiger - Various (TOSEC-v2005-05-02) from Megaupload:

Sunday, 26 April 2009

Sega Super Control Station: 3 x TOSEC

I couldn't find any interesting informations about Sega Super Control Station. All I know is that SCS can be used as a kind of peripheral device of SC-3000. There is 3.5" floppy drive, 64kB RAM, RS-232C and Centronics port.


Sega Super Control Station - Applications (TOSEC-v2007-01-08)
Sega Super Control Station - BIOS (TOSEC-v2006-05-06)
Sega Super Control Station - Games (TOSEC-v2005-12-28)

Friday, 24 April 2009

Microkey Primo: 17 x TOSEC

"The Microkey Primo computer series was manufactured by Microkey Kftt. (Kutatási Fejlesztési Termelési Társulás), and was originally developed to be a school computer in Hungary.

The system was sold in various memory configurations:

A-32: 16K ROM 16K RAM
A-48: 16K ROM 32K RAM
A-64: 16K ROM 48K RAM
B-64: 16K ROM 48K RAM

Other differences were:

A type did not have built-in joystick and serial ports.
B type could works together with the Commodore VC1541 floppy drive unit (external software had to be load for this from tape).
B type also featured a full stroke keyboard (capacitive was not a perfect way for quick typing).

There was a colour prototype as well, called pro PRIMO." (


Microkey Primo - Applications - [D64] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Applications - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Applications - [PTP] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - BIOS (TOSEC-v2006-03-28)
Microkey Primo - Books (TOSEC-v2006-03-05)
Microkey Primo - Demos - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Demos - [PTP] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Docs - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Docs - [PTP] (TOSEC-v2005-09-10)
Microkey Primo - Educational - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Educational - [PTP] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Games - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Games - [PTP] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Manuals - Hardware (TOSEC-v2006-03-05)
Microkey Primo - Manuals - Software (TOSEC-v2006-03-05)
Microkey Primo - Various - [PRI] (TOSEC-v2006-03-18)
Microkey Primo - Various - [WAV] (TOSEC-v2005-09-10)

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Sega Game Gear: TOSEC + No-Intro

"The Sega Game Gear is a handheld game console which was Sega's response to Nintendo's Game Boy. It was the third commercially available color handheld console, after the Atari Lynx and the TurboExpress.

Work began on the console in 1989 under the codename "Project Mercury", following Sega's policy at the time of codenaming their systems after planets. The system was released in Japan on October 6, 1990, North America, Europe and Brazil in 1991, and Australia in 1992. The launch price was $150. Sega dropped support for the Game Gear in early 1997." (Wikipedia)

Download all TOSEC sets:

Sega Game Gear - Applications (TOSEC-v2006-11-19)
Sega Game Gear - BIOS (TOSEC-v2006-02-20)
Sega Game Gear - Demos (TOSEC-v2007-02-10)
Sega Game Gear - Games (TOSEC-v2007-02-21)

Download Sega - Game Gear No-Intro 20090213 set:

Sega Visual Memory Unit: 4 x TOSEC

The Sega Visual Memory Unit is the memory card for the Sega Dreamcast. The unit is inserted into the top of the Sega Dreamcast Controller and displayed custom animations depending on the game. To transfer game data the unit can be plugged into another unit. Some games featured mini games that can be played on the unit.


Sega Visual Memory Unit - Applications (TOSEC-v2005-12-29)
Sega Visual Memory Unit - Demos (TOSEC-v2006-02-20)
Sega Visual Memory Unit - Games (TOSEC-v2006-02-20)
Sega Visual Memory Unit - Multimedia (TOSEC-v2005-12-28

Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Entex Adventure Vision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-03-18) romset

Entex Adventure Vision Photo

This is Entex Adventure Vision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-03-18) romset. You can get Entex Adventure Vision No-Intro set here.

Download Entex Adventure Vision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-03-18) from Megaupload:

Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Emerson - Arcadia 2001: 2 x TOSEC

Emerson - Arcadia 2001

Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Applications (TOSEC-v2005-08-25)
Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Games (TOSEC-v2005-08-25)

Download from Megaupload:

Sunday, 19 April 2009

Watara Supervision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-02-14)

This is Watara Supervision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-02-14) romset. You can get Watara Supervision No-Intro set here.

Download Watara Supervision - Games (TOSEC-v2006-02-14) from Megaupload:

Saturday, 18 April 2009

Atari Lynx: 4 x TOSEC

I have already published Atari Lynx No-Intro set and now it's time for TOSEC one:


Atari Lynx - Applications (TOSEC-v2006-10-26)

Atari Lynx - BIOS (TOSEC-v2006-02-17)
Atari Lynx - Demos (TOSEC-v2006-10-26)
Atari Lynx - Games (TOSEC-v2006-04-18)

Friday, 17 April 2009

Coleco ColecoVision: 4 x TOSEC

The ColecoVision is Coleco Industries' second generation home video game console and was released August 1982. The ColecoVision offered arcade-quality graphics and gaming style, the ability to play Atari 2600 video games, and the means to expand the system's basic hardware. Released with a catalog of twelve launch titles, with an additional ten games announced for 1982, approximately 125 titles in total were published as ROM cartridges for the system between 1982 and 1984. (Wikipedia)


Coleco ColecoVision - Applications (TOSEC-v2006-06-06)
Coleco ColecoVision - BIOS (TOSEC-v2006-06-06)
Coleco ColecoVision - Demos (TOSEC-v2006-06-06)
Coleco ColecoVision - Games (TOSEC-v2007-01-01)

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Atari ST: 3 x TOSEC

Atari ST Computer

Atari ST - Demos - [STX] (TOSEC-v2006-10-26)

Atari ST - Games - Public Domain (TOSEC-v2006-11-24)

Atari ST - Games - [STX] (TOSEC-v2006-10-26)

Sunday, 5 April 2009

Winkawaks 1.60 Romset.

Winkawaks 1.60 is out for a few months already and I was about to start to upload the full set, but just realized that it's possible to build the Winkawaks romset from MAME set. So instead of wasting time on uploading gigabytes here is an info how to do it.

You need MAME 0.129 set, dat file, and a rom manager. Get the dat file:

and use the rom manager to build the set from MAME set :-) That's it!

Saturday, 4 April 2009

( Daphne ) Laserdisc MPEG: Us vs Them

"Us vs Them is a laser disc game manufactured by Gottlieb / Mylstar in 1984. It was created by Warren Davis who also created the cult classic, Q*bert.

In Us vs Them, you pilot a starship and must protect earth against alien invaders. You would see frightened citizens and military command personnel, as small intermissions throughout the game. Your mission takes place over San Francisco, Chicago, and Hollywood, as well as through forest, mountain, and desert terrain." (

Download Us vs Them MPEG files from Megaupload:

To play any Laserdisc game you will need a set of Daphne roms:

Nintendo - Virtual Boy No-Intro 20081108 Romset

"Nintendo Virtual Boy (バーチャルボーイ ,Bācharu Bōi?) (also known as the VR-32 during development) was the first portable game console capable of displaying "true 3D graphics" out of the box. Most video games are forced to use monocular cues to achieve the illusion of three dimensions on a two-dimensional screen, but the Virtual Boy was able to create a more accurate illusion of depth through the effect known as parallax.

Mario Clash (1995)

In a manner similar to using a head-mounted display, the user looks into an eyepiece made of neoprene on the front of the machine, and then an eyeglass-style projector allows viewing of the monochromatic (in this case, red) image. It was released on July 21, 1995 in Japan and August 14, 1995 in North America at a price of around US$180. It met with a lukewarm reception that was unaffected by continued price drops. Nintendo discontinued it the following year. The Virtual Boy is considered Nintendo's only major game console failure in the home video game market." (Wikipedia)

Download Nintendo - Virtual Boy No-Intro 20081108 Romset from Megaupload: