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Many new amazing games for all calculators
« on: December 21, 2013, 05:51:34 pm »
Those who thought that TI-Nspire and Casio PRIZM C development was dead might be wrong. There are still a bunch of amazing games being released for those models, as well as useful tools. HP Prime development is slowly emerging and while the future of the ClassPad II is bleak, a new game that is rather fun recently came out. Let's not forget, of course, the many new Z80 TI games that recently came out.


TI-83 Plus/84 Plus

Temple Run 2D
In this 2D port of the classic Temple Run game, you are being chased by demons and must escape them. One highlight of this game is that when turning around, the map is rotated 90°. Also, to play, you need to hold your calculator sideways.

http://ourl.ca/18410/367354


TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition

Block Dude
The big classic from Detacheds Solutions now arrive on the color TI-84 Plus model! Ported by Merthsoft, this version is written in TI-BASIC using xLIBC. While it might play a little slow and have delayed keypresses at times, it's still fun and impressive. On top of that, it comes with a level editor for even greater replay value!

http://www.cemetech.net/programs/index.php?mode=file&id=1002

Dino Puzzle
Another Detacheds Solution classic (which was a clone of Yoshi for the NES) that will probably remain on your calculator for a while. Also ported by Merthsoft.

http://www.cemetech.net/programs/index.php?mode=file&id=995

ArrowGPS
A quite simple, but fun xLIBC game for the TI-84+CSE, where you must direct a car in the right direction before time runs out. You get less and less time as you progress through each level.

http://www.cemetech.net/programs/index.php?mode=file&id=1001


TI-Nspire

Rainbow Dash Cloud Attack Nspire
Ponies now invade your TI-Nspire! Although the name looks similar to Rainbow Dash Attack, where you must eat apples while avoiding dark clouds, in this version you must grab the white clouds and avoid the dark ones.

http://ourl.ca/19332

Super Hexaspire
The popular 3D-like Tunnel game called Hexagon is now available for the TI-Nspire and it plays very great, almost like the original!

http://ourl.ca/19974

Ice Breaker
KermMartian has recently ported JezzBall to the TI-83 Plus series and the new color TI-84 Plus model, but there is now a TI-Nspire CX version available too, ported by Ajorians!

http://ourl.ca/20276

3D Snake
Although this isn't intended to be a complex game, this Snake clone aims at demonstrating Vogtinator's new nGL 3D library for the TI-Nspire (Ndless).

http://ourl.ca/20193/368849


HP Prime

Minesweeper
Today, it is now possible to use polygons to create shaded 3D models on the HP Prime running at over 20 frames per second each, create pseudo mode 7-like flat 3D tile maps, parallax scrolling, create fade-ins/pixelating animations and even port Super Mario to the HP Prime due to how fast and advanced it is, even in HP PPL (a Basic-like language that should be pretty familiar to TI-BASIC coders). However, before this stuff was added or documented enough, people did not wait to create fun games. Minesweeper, ported by Tony Gallo, is one of the best so far that got finished. There are three difficulty modes and should be a fun time killer outside of school classes, even once the more advanced HP Prime material finally comes out!

http://my.tbaytel.net/tgallo/hp%20prime/


fx-CP400 (Classpad II)

Battleship for the FX-cp400
This is only the 8th game to come out for the Classpad II calculator from Casio. This one is particularly advanced compared to the others, however, both graphically and in terms of gameplay. At the game start, all graphics are pre-rendered in less than one minute so that the next time you run the game, they load much faster. Gameplay, although a little unresponsive at times (you need to touch the screen or press keys for at least half a second in order for them to register), is pretty nice and the overall speed is pretty impressive per fx-CP400 standards and the game in general is quite easy to get used to.

http://www.planet-casio.com/Fr/programmes/programme2372-last-Bataille-Navale-martinusdu42-a3.html


Casio FX-9860G

Multitask 9860G
This is a port by BTL of the popular computer game called Multitask, which was also ported to the TI-83+ by Deep Thought in 2010. In this game, you must play multiple mini games. However, the challenge is that you must play them simultaneously. Good luck!

http://www.planet-casio.com/Fr/programmes/programme2343-1-multitask-BTL-add-in.html

10 Seconds Run
This is a platformer by Dodormer, where you must complete every stage in less than 10 seconds. It is very hard, due to all the usual platformer obstacles such as spikes.

http://www.planet-casio.com/Fr/programmes/programme2375-1-10-second-run-dodormeur.html


Casio fx-CG10/CG20 (PRIZM)

Open Jazz Jackrabbit
Someone has made Open Jazz Jackrabbit compatible with the Casio PRIZM calculator. It's a 1994 platformer (originally for DOS) like Mario and Sonic but where you are a rabbit and must shoot enemies to kill them. It is by far the most advanced platformer ever released for any Casio calc. Since this game requires original files and that they are copyrighted, it can be a little challenging to get the game to work on a real calculator, but the topic below this screenshot should hopefully help!

http://ourl.ca/20321/370946;topicseen#new
« Last Edit: December 22, 2013, 07:44:46 am by Art_of_camelot »
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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2013, 06:02:32 pm »
Nice collection of awesome games :)

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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2013, 08:52:39 pm »
These are all great games. Err... as much as I can tell from the videos, since I don't have most of those calcs. Temple Run's great, though. I've downloaded it recently, and It's awesome!
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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2013, 07:23:21 am »
Thanks for highlighting my Templerun :)

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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2013, 09:22:10 am »
What, no IkarugaX ? D:

Anyway, thanks for the highlight to all the awesome games ;D Temple Run and Super Hexaspire looks the best IMO !

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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #5 on: December 22, 2013, 11:54:54 am »
Oh wait I forgot IkarugaX. I always think it's an Omni contest program and Omni contest entries (other than joke entires like Wargames, WFRNG clones and EasyGame) are featured by default. I guess it'll be added in the next program news run. :)
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Re: Many new amazing games for all calculators
« Reply #6 on: December 22, 2013, 12:00:01 pm »
It's okay - it's true that I would like it to be a contest entry, but there's no way it could be all done in one month. :P
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