Romox was a software company started in 1982. They produced several games for many different game machines,
and computer of the day, including for the TI-99/4A. Romox also created a device called
the Edge Connector Programmable Cartridge (ECPC) in 1983. The idea here was that Romox sold a programmable
cartridge which could be used over again to load games from the ECPC. The cartridge sold for $24.95 and
you could burn a game onto it using the ECPC for around $10. These systems were going to be setup in different
stores such as K-mart, Sears, and 7/11's. The system did take off for a while, but Romox went out of business
in 1985.. as did many vidogame companies during this time.
Romox did produce several games for the TI. Such titles as: Topper, Hen Pecked, Disk Fixer,
Princess & Frog, Rotor Raiders, Typo II, and Ant Eater where some of the more poplular.