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GTA Sin City 1.2

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gtasc.zip
Filename gtasc.zip (Download)
Title GTA Sin City 1.2
Description GTA Sin City is an adaptation of GTA for TI calculators. The game includes a real fast graphic engine (16*16 tilemap display), a real fast and pixel-precision collision engine, realistic physics, while bringing to you hours of pure entertainment : a huge city with high quality graphics (248*255 tiles), many missions, and much more ...
Author Olivier Sangala (olivier.sangala@free.fr)
Category TI-89 Assembly Games (Simulation)
File Size 159,658 bytes
File Date and Time Sat Jan 13 15:53:37 2007
Documentation Included? Yes
Source Code Included? Yes

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REVIEWS

Review
Review by  Kevin Zhang
Reviewed on 2006-11-28
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

"GTA Sin City" attempts to replicate a GTA experience similar to the original "Grand Theft Auto 2".

Controls: 8.5/10
The controls are mostly fine - however, putting the shoot key in the second column seems a bit awkward. I had trouble aiming accurately at targets (but that's probably typical of GTA). Maybe the author could consider switching the hijack and shoot keys?

Graphics: 8/10
Yes, the graphics are decent for a TI-89/92/V200 calculator game. However, they seem repetitive - I became lost quite easily, since I could not uniquely identify my location in the game city.

Gameplay: 7/10
Gameplay is good overall. I like the police presence. The missions are fairly fun. But the lack of more weapons is a real limitation, especially when being chased by police (and police cars). Additionally, the player really can't do much with the large amounts of money it is possible to acquire.

Authenticity: 9/10
The game is overall very authentic compared to something like GTA2 for PC. The names of the gangs, the telephone system, blowing up cars, respraying, etc should be strongly familiar to GTA players. Of course, there are some minor/trivial differences I won't bother to mention.

Replay Value: 5/10
Unfortunately, when you finish all the missions and races, there really isn't much left to do.

Conclusion: 7.5/10
Decent game and a fine implementation of GTA for your calculator. Download it and try it out!


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ARCHIVE CONTENTS

Archive Contents
Name Size
gtasc.tpr   1465
data/gtatd.89y   11360
data/gtatm.89y   63338
data/gtaveh.89y   17504
data/tiles89.bmp   196662
data/tmbmp.bmp   189774
data/vehicles.bmp   48054
flips.c   9620
kblib.c   5220
main.c   31086
menulib.c   3728
misscode.c   25821
motion.c   7525
peds.c   7202
testcoll.c   15220
tmde.c   9426
vehs.c   11364
defines.h   14483
graphics.h   27220
kblib.h   2469
menulib.h   1923
tmde.h   2549
gpl.txt   18349
readme.txt   6670
gtasc.89z   30603
gtasc.9xz   30603
gtasc.v2z   30603
screen1.GIF   1775
screen2.GIF   3311
screen3.GIF   2856
screen4.GIF   2251

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