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A new RPG for the TI-84+ C SE
Posted by Xavier on 6 March 2017, 21:10 GMT

Sorcery of Uvutu

Recently, Stephen "123outerme" Policelli uploaded a new game for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition: Sorcery of Uvutu.

This game is in fact full-scale RPG, and Stephen describes it as one of, if not the first RPG, of this scale (graphics- and gameplay-wise) for this platform. It features:

  • Full color, 8x8 sprite graphics
  • 8 fully-functioning, secret-stuffed worlds to explore
  • A total of 17 unique attacks, 14 of which upgradeable to a more powerful 2nd form, all to customize your moveset
  • A variety of items to do everything from increasing max HP, to healing, to adding a new move to your moveset
  • A grand storyline gradually developing over every world, including bosses to fight at the end of each one

Congratulations Stephen for a really well-done game, and have fun everyone!

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Oiram (best-known platformer) for TI-84 Plus CE
Posted by Xavier on 5 February 2017, 21:33 GMT

Oiram CE

You've been eagerly awaiting it, right? It had been ported to everything that has a screen attached to it (including several times for our beloved TI-Z80 and 68k calculators)...
Super Mario, one of the stars of video games, is back once again, this time on the great TI-84 Plus CE / TI-83 Premium CE in a new game called Oiram CE !

Programmed by MateoConLechuga (creator/main contributor of CEmu, the C libraries, CE native programming tools...), Oiram CE will make you live both familiar and new adventures in the mushroom kingdom, ending by assaulting the infamous Reswob's lair. The game's smoothness as well as the various animations are objectively amazing, making it at the very least for this criterion the best Mario-like game ever made on a graphing calculator!

The various graphical elements come from "Super Mario Advance 4 - Super Mario Bros 3", the 2003 remake improved for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance of the legendary Super Mario Bros 3 from 1988 on the NES. If the 1st of the 12 levels is clearly like the first of Super Mario Bros 3, we leave quickly for original content, although inspired from some actual Mario levels here and there.

The game is very faithful to the Mario universe, the whole ecosystem of SMB 3 being present: mushroom warriors with carnivorous plants or spitting fireballs, and of course turtles. To win the game, Oiram can acquire his usual powers throughout the levels, for instance:

  • grow and break walls when eating mushrooms
  • Launch fireballs eating flowers
  • turn into racoon-oiram to be able to kick and fly

The open-source game is programmed in C, and requires the C libraries.

Can you master all levels in the default pack ?
If so, you can have even more fun by continuing your adventure. Indeed, Matt has included a WYSIWYG level editor for Windows (macOS/Linux compatible through Wine), which a number of community members have already taken advantage of.

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This Is The Only Level CE
Posted by Xavier on 16 January 2017, 19:00 GMT


A few weeks ago, Josiah Winslow uploaded his latest game for the TI-84 Plus CE / TI-83 Premium CE: This Is The Only Level CE, adventures in singularity.

You find yourself controlling an elephant, in a room full of traps. Your goal is to reach the bottom right... from the top left. Sounds easy? You'll be the judge for that, during 30 "steps" you'll discover along the way, each of them more surprising than the previous one. The game provides quite a lot of fun for what appears to be a simple platform game, but as the description calls it, it's in fact a nice "metagaming" adventure.
Since it's programmed in C (using the community libraries), it's smoother than it could have been if it were written in BASIC.

Have fun beating the one and only level!
And if you're stuck somewhere, or simply want to to compare your time, here's a playthrough of the whole game, done pretty fast.

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Reuben Quest: Lost Between Times, the RPG series rebooted
Posted by Xavier on 31 December 2016, 23:39 GMT

Reuben Quest

Recently, Sorunome uploaded an update to the Reuben Quest game series for the TI-83+/84+ series: Reuben Quest: Lost Between Times.
The series was originally created by DJ Omnimaga more than 10 years ago, with games already featured here.

Presented as an "epic RPG fantasy adventure which includes tons of puzzles, side-quests, hidden things and much more!", it lives up to the expectations, and you'll find yourself in a well-designed game resembling Pokémon or Zelda.

Sorunome had already created an ASM Reuben Quest game in 2014 (winning the POTY 2014 in its category) and an Axe remake as well, but this time again, this reboot is programmed directly in assembly (and it's open-source!), providing the best experience possible on your calculator, especially for a game of this magnitude.
The graphics, animations, maps, fights, etc. in all their greyscale glory, are simply gorgeous - you can see that in the screenshot here or simply witness it on your calculator by downloading it and playing!

Enjoy this great RPG experience on your calculator!

And of course, happy new year!

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