Thank you for all of your replies!
ExtendeD: Yes; I did use tangrs's technique. But I didn't use new/delete. On a C++ branch of his (https://github.com/tangrs/ndless-bflt-toolchain/tree/c%2B%2B/tools
) he did make it so new/delete/new/delete are built-in so you wouldn't need to add them in each program you use. I did set that up; but I've been alright with just using malloc/free. And it actually works well for me. I like the separation of view (UI) code and the data. I like object orientated programming; so even when I use C; I am thinking encapsulation! Holler if you have any questions! I love the work you (and others) have been doing!
aeTIos: I was pretty excited yesterday so I might have gotten a little carried away with a certain punctuation symbol!
I am betting it might be needing a <= instead of just a < in one of the for loops. Or something else rather small. I know it seems so simple. I'll find it!
ElementCoder & adriweb: You both are right there have been Falldown for the Nspire! Whoops! Upon actually doing some searching (http://ourl.ca/17270
) there have been a few for the Nspire already (http://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=3520
). I'll still fix up some bugs and then go onto more projects!
ardiweb: Your Lua equivalent from two years ago looks good!
Stefan Bauwens: I know it makes the program larger; but I like the idea of having a small menu. For the images; I used image search for terms like Falldown. I never knew it was your avatar before or came from Myst.
Thank you all very much and have an amazing day!