Modern TRS-80 Games

Here is a collection of modern TRS-80 games that are currently for sale or made available for free by the programmer. These are games that have been recently developed in the past few years for the now 40 year old TRS-80 platform.


By PSKI Software Development

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

Wrangle yourself up some calves as you attempt to become the all round highest scoring cowboy. Watch out for the skulls!

Night Driver

By Plaid Vest Software

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

Quick reflexes are required to drive as fast as possible without crashing to score the most points. Winner of the 2021 TRS8BIT game competition.

Gem Hunter

By Nickolas Marentes

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

From the developer of many classic TRS-80 games comes a brand new one. GemHunter is a vertical scrolling gravity driven game where you have to collect as many gems as possible. Sometimes you need to take a leap of faith!


By PSKI Software Development

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

A combination of Breakout and Tetris makes for a challenging take on the classic ball and paddle game.


By Dreamland Software

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

“Would you like to play a game?” Be careful if you answer “yes” if you remember anything about the classic 1980s movie.

Vicious Vipers (In Love!)

By Plaid Vest Software

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

The title says it all! It’s a cool take on the classic snakes game genre.


By voidware

For TRS-80 Model I, III, 4

TREK14 is a newly developed “classic star trek” game for the TRS-80, inspired by the originals, but with new ideas. The game style is based on Star Trek 3.5 by Lance Micklus, 1980.


By George Phillips

For TRS-80 Model I Only

You have to defuse bombs before they blow you up. The sound effects on this one ratchet up the stress! Good luck!

Hibernated 1

By Stefan Vogt

For TRS-80 Model III and 4

Hibernated 1 – This Place is Death (Director’s Cut) is an Infocom style interactive fiction game. It’s a complete rewrite of the classic, award-winning Hibernated game using Infocom’s Z-machine standard, with tons of additional narrative content and riddles. If Infocom had been asked to recreate the classic Hibernated, the Director’s Cut would have been the outcome