The TI-85 Emulator is a program that I like very much. You can have a virtual
TI-85 on your computer and have multiple sets of memory(backup files).
Transferring files to it isn't a problem if you do it one of two ways:
- You have two computers and you built 2 links one being a special
link that can couple with the other.
- The other is you can transfer it to your calc using a linking
program. Then transfer it back like you would to another calc.
I tried both of these and I perferred using the first method because it was
easier. I even put a copy of the emulator on each and played ztetris
against both my wife and son. It was really fun. I wish there were some way to
build a multiplay link adaptor that could handle up to 4 players like on
gameboy. Well, maybe that will be something to put on here if I ever decide to
try and design one. :-)
I have played with the Tiger
Emulator which includes about everything, but linkport emulation. When that
is figured out, I will try it on a couple different computers, and play link
games. More info on this topic to come soon.
Over the last few weeks, I have taken a look at other emulators. I have
played with NES, SNES, Gameboy and Atari 2600 emulators. I will post some links
for those of you who are interested. They are actually quite fun. Here are some
sites for these emulators: