Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 42 / NOVEMBER 1983 / PAGE 313

Game Cartridges For The TI

Funware, which recently was acquired by Creative Software, has added to its list of available cartridge software for the TI-99/4A.

Among the new games are:

St. Nick, in which the player helps Santa fly through a maze and pick up toys while avoiding flying witches.

Schnoz-ola, a game based on a tale about a Mayan prince with tremendous jumping powers and a tremendous nose. The prince must climb a four-tiered pyramid to collect sacred flowers, while dodging fireballs tossed at him by angry gods.

Ambulance, in which the player serves as an ambulance driver helping sick people get treatment. The player must decide who needs help first and whether the patient should be taken to the hospital or an emergency center.

Driving Demon, a game in which the player tries to drive as far and as fast as possible within a time limit. Problems include oil slicks, other cars, and engine troubles; navigational aids include a tachometer, speedometer, and a long-range scanner.

Funware's cartridge games sell for $44.95, and are guaranteed to work in all present and future versions of the TI-99/4A home computer.

Funware, Inc.
230 East Caribbean Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
(408) 745-1655