I have two things to share. First, I am involved in an ongoing project to preserve the tapes used by the Mego 2-XL toy robot (1978-1981) and the Tiger 2-XL toy robot (1992-1995). You can view our progress and find links to the archived audio here. I'm still working through digitizing my personal collection.

https://lostmediawiki.com/Mego_2-XL_Robot_(partially_found_series_of_8-track_edutainment_games;_1978-1981)

https://lostmediawiki.com/Tiger_2-XL_Robot_(partially_found_compact_cassette_tape_edutainment_games;_1992-1995)
Second, I am working with the developer behind a browser-based 2-XL simulator to enable people to play with a virtual 2-XL robot. It was originally done in Flash some time ago, but he is now looking into remaking it in HTML5. While he is doing that, I am passing along my digitized tapes to increase the available library for his simulator.
https://www.donationcoder.com/software/mouser/other-projects/2-xl-simulator
Both sites are also great for other stuff.

David Butleradded February 2, 2020
David ButlerFebruary 2, 2020

If anyone wants to help out with the archiving effort, I would appreciate it, especially for tapes that were only released outside of the U.S. For the original Mego 2-XL, there are U.S. tapes (English), Mexico tapes (Spanish), and Canadian tapes (Mostly English, but evidence of at least one French tape). For the Tiger 2-XL, there are U.S. tapes, German tapes, Italian tapes, French tapes, U.K. tapes, and some Spanish-language tapes that may have been from Mexico or Spain. There is also a small clip floating around from an unknown Japanese tape, but nobody even knows which system it was used with, let alone which titles were released over there.

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