Tandy (TRS-80) Color Computer Game Collections by Author

April 18, 2016:

Added Tower of Fear to Charles Forsythe collection.

April 16, 2016:

Dale Lear DSK collection is now available. Rick Adams DSK collection is now available.

April 8, 2016:

Added Planet Raider to Dave Edson collection.

April 7, 2016:

Added Willy's Warehouse to David Clark collection.

March 28, 2016:

L. Curtis Boyle DSK collection is now available.
Adrian Eddleston DSK collection is now available.

March 10, 2016:

David Joiner DSK collection is now available.

June 26, 2013:

Harvey Brofman DSK collection is now available.

June 3, 2011:

Bob Withers and Stephen O'Dea DSK collection is now available.

April 17, 2007:


Michael Robert's & Charles Forsythe's game DSK collection are now available.

April 12, 2007:


Roger Schrag's arcade game DSK collection is now available.

April 4, 2007:


Mike Hughey's DSK collection is now available.
Ken Kalish's DSK collection has been updated with 2 additional games.

April 8, 2005:


David Clark's DSK collection is now available.

April 3, 2005:


Craig Stewart's DSK collection is now available.

April 1, 2005:


Bob Crispen's DSK collection is now available.

March 27, 2005:


Ottmar Bochardt's DSK collection is now available.

March 14, 2005:


Leo Christopherson's DSK collection is now available.
J. Weaver Junior's DSK collection is now available.

March 29, 2002:


Dave Edson's DSK collection is now available.

January 1, 2002:


Ken Kalish's DSK collection is now available.

December 28, 2001:


Since I have been able to get permissions from original software authors to release their games to the public, I have decided to also make ZIPped .DSK images available, by author, as collections. This will make them easier to install on an emulator, or, if you have OS-9, with the DSK converter program. However, I don't always have all of the games of an author. I have been trying to find them, but it is taking a long time in some cases, so I thought I would start the page with what I have, and add to it as I receive more. So, check here periodically to see if any of the collections have been added to. To start with, we have Dave Crandall's 1 DSK image collection, which contains 12 games in total.

1) The Dave Crandall Collection (12 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of Dec. 28, 2001, it contains: El Bandito, Caterpillar, Doodle Bug (regular version), Doodle Bug (PAL color set version), Eyespy, Fangman, Gobbler, Nerble Force, Orbitron, Packmaze, Trickashay and Vox Chess.

2) The Ken Kalish Collection (9 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of Jan. 1, 2002 it contains: Devil's Assault, El Diablero, Dungeon Raid, Monkey Kong, Phantom Slayer, Danger Ranger, Starship Chameleon, Trapfall and Invaders Revenge. If anyone has working, Coco versions of either Escape or Athletyx, please email them to me so that I may add them to this collection. Every game on this DSK image only required 16K.

3) The Dave Edson Collection (6 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 8, 2016 it contains: Caterpillar, Catch' Em, Planet Raider, Tube Frenzy, Tutankam, and Venturer. Every game on this DSK image only required 16K, except Tutankam, which requires 32K.

4) The Leo Christopherson Collection (1 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of March 14, 2005, it contains: Klendathu.

5) The J. Weaver Junior Collection (3 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of March 14, 2005, it contains: Catalyst, Intercept 4 and Outhouse.

6) The Ottmar Bochardt Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of March 27, 2005, it contains: Cyber Tank (Coco 1/2 ONLY) and Zone 6.

7) The Bob Crispen Collection (1 game, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 1, 2005, it contains: Apples (Coco 1/2 ONLY).

8) The Craig Stewart Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 3, 2005, it contains: Pursuit (Coco 3 ONLY), and Space Marauder (Coco 3 ONLY). If anyone has copies of his other 3 games (Shootout, Tangle or Tanks), please email them to me so that I may add them to this collection.

9) The David Clark Collection (5 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 7, 2016, it contains: Candy Company, Colorpede, Grand Prix,Robotack, and Willy's Warehouse.

10) The Mike Hughey Collection (3 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 4, 2007, it contains: Alcatraz II, Draconian and Grabber.

11) The Roger Schrag arcade game Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 12, 2007, it contains: Airline, and Arex. Once I get the text adventure games together and fixed up, they will be on a separate .DSK image (unless everything fits on a 35 track disk).

12) The Mike Roberts Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 17, 2007, it contains: Bagitman and New Burt.

13) The Charles Forsythe Collection (3 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 18, 2016, it contains: Ninja Warrior, Pac Droids and Tower of Fear. It should be noted that the title and start level screens for Ninja Warrior and Pac Droids both will only display properly on a Coco 1/2, but the game screens themselves will work on a Coco 3. For Tower of Fear, run the TOWERD version (which is disk friendly, and requires 32K to run). The TOWER version is for 16K cassette only.

14) The Bob Withers and Stephen O'Dea Collection (6 games, 2 .DSK files)
As of June 3, 2011, it contains: Calixto Island (graphic version), Sea Search, Shenanigans, The Black Sanctum (graphic version), The Vortex Factor, and Trekboer. All games in this collection require 32K, and saving a game in progress requires disk.

15) The Harvey Brofman Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK files)
As of June 26, 2013, it contains: Dunkey Munkey, and Starfire. Starfire requires 16K, and Dunkey Munkey requires 32K.

16) The David Joiner Collection (1 game, 1 .DSK files)
As of March 10, 2016, it contains: Guardian. Guardian requires 16K, and will ONLY run on a Coco 1 or 2, due to it's semi-graphics.

17) The L. Curtis Boyle Collection (2 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of March 28, 2016, it contains: Olympic Decathlon (both disk and cassette versions), and Ringquest. Both require 32K, Extended BASIC. A 2nd DSK file for OS-9, with Battleship, will be coming later.

18) The Adrian Eddleston Collection (1 game, 1 .DSK file)
As of March 28, 2016, it contains: Tea Time.

19) The Dale Lear Collection (4 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 16, 2016 it contains: Color Baseball, Doubleback, Firecopter and Pick Which.

20) The Rick Adams Collection (1 games, 1 .DSK file)
As of April 16, 2016 it contains: Temple of ROM.
Rick had an unreleased game (Bomb Threat) that he also did in the 1980's. While it was never sold or published, he did give copies to some friends at the time... If any of you reading this has a copy, please email me a copy, and I will forward it to Rick. (Rick would like to make it available for download as well).