Favorites

Below is a list of my personal favorite YouTube channels and website links. Please check them out and subscribe if you enjoy their content! I think you will.

Arcade/Gaming

  • John’s Arcade – Excellent resource for Arcade Game Restoration and more!
  • ArcadeImpossible – Lots of fun and entertaining videos on acquiring original Arcade cabinets and more.
  • ArcadeShopper – Looking for the hard to find Arcade/Classic computer parts? Visit their on-line store here.

Retro Computing

  • LGR – Great videos about retro computing and related devices.
  • VectrexRoli – Lots of content for the Vectrex, TI and much more!
  • Glen Planamento (Glen’s Retro Show) – Great videos for all-things Retro!
  • ArcadeUSA – Lots of Retro Gaming videos on several platforms.
  • Retro System Rescue – Videos that cover the TI-99/4A, Coleco Adam and more.

TI-99/4A

  • ArcadeShopper – Looking for the hard to find classic TI-99/4A parts? Visit their on-line store here.
  • OmegaTI  – Lots of TI-99/4A related videos on a number of topics. His videos are excellent!
  • TI-99 Italian Users Club – Videos of various meetings, games, applications and hardware
  • Rasmus Moustgaard – Creator of the Super Mario Bros for the TI, Flying Shark, Knight Lore and many more awesome productions.
  • Rich Gilbertson – GPL Tutorials along with source code and RXB demos and updates.
  • Matthew Splett – Also known as JediMatt on the AtariAge forums, he created the TIPI as well as a number of additional TI hardware solutions.
  • Tursilion – An AMAZING developer of many TI games/applications, including his port of Dragon’s Lair for the TI-99/4A
  • 99er – Various TI-related videos

Additional Links

  • TI-99/4A Forums on AtariAge – want to stay up-to-date on all things TI? This is the hangout you’re looking for.
  • Stuart Conner – Huge selection of TI-related utilities, applications and more. Not to mention, Stuart’s Browser for browsing the Internet on a TI-99/4A!
  • TI-99 Italian User Club – Several videos of original commercials for the TI-99/4A, User Group Meetings from years ago and a wealth of other material.