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TI Z80 / TokenIDE Open Sourced
« on: October 23, 2015, 12:19:16 pm »
I've made my repo for TokenIDE public, and released it under the WTFPL license.

This does not mean I won't be working on it, but I've been so busy with other things lately that I don't want it to be yet another editor that dies off without anyone having the source.

TI Z80 / [84+ Color] BlockDude
« on: December 12, 2013, 09:52:54 pm »
Made for, and winning first place in, Cemetech Contest #11, I present to you: Block Dude for the 84+CSE! Download available on this very site:;sa=view;down=877

Play the PuzzPack favorite on your color calculator. Level editor included so you can make your very own levels. Enjoy!

Computer Projects and Ideas / [Contest] MineBot
« on: August 09, 2012, 09:58:51 am »
So, this contest has inspired me to make a bot I've been meaning to make for quite some time: MineBot! It plays minesweeper. It's up right now (though keep in mind as I work on it it will go down). You can play through DCC:
/dcc chat MineBot
The gameplay should be pretty straight forward, you just tell it which row and column you want to "click" on, and it goes from there. I'm thinking of adding other games as well. I'm also going to make it so it can hopefully do private messaging as well.

Also: It's only on EFnet right now.

Other Calculators / Minesweeper 2.0 (Graphical)
« on: February 11, 2012, 12:45:53 am »
Minesweeper 2.0 (Graphical);sa=view;down=779

The classic game Minesweeper now on your Casio Prizm, now with pretty graphics!

Casio Calculators / Prizm Game of Life (PrizmLife)
« on: April 17, 2011, 06:38:29 pm »
I've made Conway's Game of Life for the prizm, you can download it at:;sa=downfile&id=654
(Omni upload isn't working right for me right now--or more likely, my computer. I'll get one up here once it starts behaving. :\)

Quote from: read me.txt
To come:
- Better graphics drawing (hopefully being able to use all the colors)
- Better key handling (specifically the arrow keys, and the MENU button)
- Alternative rule sets
- Control over ranom population density
- "Stamps" (pre-programmed patterns)

Casio Calculators / Prizm Minesweeper
« on: April 14, 2011, 10:40:13 pm »
Tonight I made minesweeper for the Casio Prizm. You can download it at: (code is in the zip)
And here's a video:

TI Z80 / CALCnet C# Library
« on: February 06, 2011, 09:11:34 pm »
I have made a C# library for interfacing with calcnet. You can get it at ticalc: You can use it to make software for your computer that interfaces with calculators over globalCALCnet. Here's a screen shot of a chat program I made using it:

Let me know if you have any questions or end up using it! I'd love to see some projects made with this (I think sircmpwn is already thinking of something, maybe he'll share :)).

« on: August 12, 2010, 12:26:36 am »
I've had an idea for some PC-side calculator related things, so I've been messing around with some ideas. Yesterday I made a "detokenizer", a program that would read in a calc program and give a human-readable version of it. Today I have added the ability to tokenize text. For now the test program is pretty simple, you open a program, and it gives you four text boxes, which are (in order): raw hex, detokenized text, tokenized hex, detokenized text of the tokenized hex. This way you can see that the hex and the text match up.

So here you can see that they match up. Here's a download link if you want to test it out:
Tomorrow I will be working on taking text that you actually edit yourself and turning it into a program that you can actually put on your calculator.

There are sometimes some inconsistencies, but they tend to be due to ambiguities in the Tokens.xml file, which you're able to edit to suit your needs.

Edit: Updated download link:

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