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|Description: This is a version of the game that introduced the Illusiat series, adapted for the TI-81. The
goal was to attempt at fitting the original 2001 version on the TI-81 from 1990 that got
discontinued in 1997 to see if it would fit in its limited 2400 bytes of RAM. It has been ported
to newer calculator models for those who don't own a TI-81 but still want to see how it looks
Since 2001 there have been 3 versions of Illusiat released, including this one. The first one was
my first released RPG ever. The second one was an enhanced remake utilizing Illusiat 12 walking,
battle and menu engine as well as some ASM libraries from The Reign Of Legends 2. It came out in
2003 in a bundle called Illusiat 2004, containing remakes of the 4 first Illusiat RPGs in the
series, with bigger and more complex maps, improved storyline, added level-up system for the two
first games, which didn't used to have one, new magic spells and a lot of major changes.
This new version of Illusiat is based on the very first version ever but this time for the first
TI graphing calculator ever released. Maps are similar to the first game and the graphics aren't
as good but there have been some improvements in some areas, most being inspired from the 2003
remake included with Illusiat 2004. This is also the hardest version of all.
Because this version of Illusiat was designed for the TI-81 calculator, it had to be split into
multiple files to save as much space as possible, taking all 37 sub-programs slots avaliable.
However, the TI-73, 82, 83, 83+ and 84+ (including both Silver Edition models) port was merged
into 8 sub-programs, taking a little more space, but making it easier to browse the PRGM menu,
since on these models you can fit much more data. Because TI's first calculator ran at 2 MHz,
some adjusting had to be made to emulate the original speed as much as possible for animations,
but it is not perfect and you may notice some minor slow downs during non-animated parts of the
game, due to the merging of several program routines together. Don't worry though, it should
still give you an idea about how Illusiat looks like on a TI-81 calculator.
Posted by: DJ Omnimaga 30 December, 2008, 03:56:03
Author: DJ Omnimaga
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