Over the last few days I've been making pages for SC-3000 software. It's an awkward task because emulation is hit-and-miss and there's not much documentation. Also I'm pretty sure Wikipedia is lying. Question 1: Wikipedia says the SC-3000H has more RAM - I don't think it does, and that it's only improvement is a better keyboard. My impression is that RAM made available to cassette based games is dependent on the BASIC cartridge used. My assumption, because the SC-3000 can't function without a cartridge inserted, is that SC-3000Hs were bundled with a "better" BASIC cartridge (Level III B vs. Level III A?) and mislabled by distributors. Who is right? Question 2: Between this category and this talk page (note there are some spelling errors) I am hoping I have covered every SC-3000 cassette and disk in existence. Or at least in Australia and New Zealand. I'm missing the educational cartridges from Japan and presumably craploads from France (and Italy and Finland). Any hints to what I'm missing? Question 2B: I noticed a trend of Commodore 64 text adventures by Softgold being ported to the SC-3000 by Dotsoft. Out of this C64 list http://www.lemon64.com/?mainurl=http%3A//www.lemon64.com/games/list.php%3Fpublisher%3DSoftgold I have found SC-3000 versions of Alien, Ninja, The Search for King Solomon's Mines, The Secret of Bastow Manor and Skull Island. The Case of the Mad Mummy exists but for some reason it's called Super Sleuth Series. I don't know why are there ports of Murder on the Waterfront and Nuclear War Games? In a lot of cases, there aren't any dumps, scans or even good photos, so I genuinely don't know what some of this stuff is. Most of the screenshots I've taken come from disk compilations and I'm making assumptions that software received commercial, stand alone releases. This is a topic that even SMS Power hasn't covered in huge detail so it's all a mystery to me.