Files for the Spectrum +3 and 128
There aren't the only programs I've written for the Spectrum; I'm gradually checking the archives and updating them where necessary, before adding them to this page.
|Contains DSK||Contains TAP||Contains +3DOS files||Program||Description|
|SNAPLD||SNAPLD allows snapshots in the venerable SNA file format to be loaded on a genuine +3. You have to make your own arrangements for getting the snapshots onto the +3 in the first place, though; SNAPLD cannot read DOS-formatted discs.|
|ROMSNA||ROMSNA is similar to SNAPLD above, but also loads a custom ROM image. Some games (such as Knight-Tyme 48k) are compatible with the original Sinclair 48K ROM but not with the 48K ROM in the +3.|
|-||TAPROM||TAPROM loads a ROM, and patches its tape routines so that they use .TAP files (or preferably .ZXT, which is .TAP with a +3DOS header) rather than real tapes. Various tapefile-manipulation utilities are included.|
|SAVERAM||SAVERAM is a proof of concept for saving the entire Spectrum 128 RAMdisc to tape in one go, and reloading it.|
John Elliott 2005-07-24