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[CASIO C & TI AXE] [BOXED] : The Sokoban Project
« on: August 13, 2011, 05:20:06 pm »
Hello everyone! Here comes my favorite game: [BOXED].
Boxed is a (another?) Sokoban. You're in a room with boxes you can only push, and you must place them to dots to clear the room.
Easy to understand, nah? So, let's practise (medicine) brain burning!

All the game is made by my hands, graphics like game engine. First was only the Casio's Version. 25 levels, but not level pack system, neither scrolling.
Yesterday (04/02/2012), I could publish my newborn the Axe version. Only 10 levels, and same miss than her elder sister, but with a new main menu!
// The video of the first version, Casio version
// The AXE version.


INSTALLING:
Casio: Take the g1a, and put it in your calc, there are tuts, so I won't give the instructions.
TI: BOXED is the program to copy, the other is source. (BXED is ma

Keys:
TI version:
[F1] : Retry
[F2] : Skip level (tempoary, you cuty cheaters!)
[CLEAR] : Exit
[SHIFT] : Validate
[ARROWS] : Move.


CASIO version:
[F1] : Retry
[F5] : Precedent level (tempoary too)
[F6] : Next level (tempoary too)
[EXIT] : Exit
[EXE] : Validate
[MENU]: Using Getkey, I found great to quit within the game with the menu. You can too shut off the calc.
[ARROWS] : Move.
Don't touch the Options section, you'll freeze your calc.

Voilà voilà, I hope you'll take some time to test, enjoy, and feedback! :p
See ya!

« Last Edit: February 05, 2012, 09:44:24 am by Eiyeron »

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Re: [CASIO C] [BOXED] : The Sokoban Project
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2011, 12:36:04 pm »
Looks preeety cool. Too bad I don't have a CASIO :P
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Re: [CASIO C] [BOXED] : The Sokoban Project
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2011, 12:43:17 pm »
Cool game, man!

Hey, would anyone mind writing a casio c tut?



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Re: [CASIO C] [BOXED] : The Sokoban Project
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2012, 03:24:31 pm »
Bump, because Axe is not anymore for me a unreadable language!
And maybe... something is comin'

EDITED: I'll release the TI Version!

RE-EDIT (and don't want double post): First post edited, for the love of more neutrality.
« Last Edit: February 05, 2012, 09:35:33 am by Eiyeron »