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Maze-3D Development Halted
Posted on 14 August 1998, 19:02 GMT

CLEM has been forced to stop development on Maze-3D for the TI-86 due to his broken TI-Graph Link cable. The TI-Graph Link is expensive in France, so it is unclear if or when development will continue. A final version was just released to the beta testers, which may be posted later if CLEM approves.

 


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Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Tyler

Nooooooo! This game looked very promising. I just hope that at least one version will be released to the public!

     14 August 1998, 20:25 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
computerlife

would some pleaes send the guy a link, I was expecting to be able to play that game in a few weeks.

     14 August 1998, 21:09 GMT


Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Sean

Why don't you send him one if your so concerned? Quit relying on other people.

     15 August 1998, 03:34 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Christophe Fondacci

Why don't you make your own $5 parallel link ?
I have already tried it with a 86 of one of my friends (cause I only have a 92), and it works fine. Moreover, you could have it for 30 Francs (Yeah, I'm french too) maximum, even if you are not clever in electronics, you only need to make 4 small "soudures" (I don't know the word in english !)

Keep going on !

     14 August 1998, 22:16 GMT


Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Killbat, Conqueror of Worlds

Christophe, the word you're looking for is solder.
Doesn't he (sir Maze3D) have an emulator up and going? I know I've not had much success with them, but I know a few programmers who use them a lot. Someone could email him a ROM image; I *think* it would be legal since he does own the calc, but I'm not sure.

     14 August 1998, 23:44 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Jbrett

Four words. Emulators Don't Support GRAYSCALE.

     14 August 1998, 23:57 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Ahmed El-Helw
(Web Page)

Four more words:
Ti8xemu does support grayscale :)

     15 August 1998, 00:47 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Killbat, Conqueror of Worlds

Didn't know that. I only have a 92, and I think both of the DOS emulators support grayscale; so I assumed...
BTW: Technically, that's five words.

     15 August 1998, 00:49 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Matthew Shepcar

Randy Gluvna's TI8Xemu supports greyscale - thanks to me :) - and I use the emulator to develop all my programs.. it's a lot quicker than sending to the calculator every time. And it's also great for testing link play games (like BomberBloke) using a cable between the calculator and computer. :-)

     15 August 1998, 00:56 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
CLEM
(Web Page)

I have a Mac :
no parallel cable, no emulator :(

     15 August 1998, 10:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Killbat, Conqueror of Worlds

Ouch.

     15 August 1998, 13:33 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Jbrett
(Web Page)

Please, Clem keep going with the game!! Beta 3 is so awesome!!!

     14 August 1998, 22:29 GMT


Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Mike M

You've got to keep going with this game!!! It has so much potential!!! I love this game, beta 3 is great, and so smoothe. If you need a ROMimage for an emu, I'll send you one, but only you, no ROM images for anyone else!!!

mike

     15 August 1998, 04:31 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Laurence L.

Can Clem please, please, release Maze 3D to the public?
All of us are waiting.

P.S. Com'on, can somebody send this guy a link?

     14 August 1998, 22:30 GMT


Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Sean

sorry about cussing, ticalc.org

     15 August 1998, 03:40 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
landon hopkins  Account Info

who cussed???

     12 November 1999, 02:37 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Dave

What's wrong with the link?

     15 August 1998, 00:23 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Joker
(Web Page)

Whay don't you just Type It In!!! That was a joke, but really, sorry 'bout the cable, I was looking foward to Maze. My 86 has plenty of games, but nothing too impresive aside from Super Mario 86 by ol' Billy.I'd like to thank the whole TI-86 assembly programming comunity for a job well done and a lot of kick ass software!

TI........
The Power To Do Whatever The Hell We Want!

     15 August 1998, 01:21 GMT

Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Helper Guy

What is the programmer's name and address, I have 4 links to spare and I will send him one. Somebody e-mail the info to me (I need the game!!! quick...)

     15 August 1998, 05:55 GMT

Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
Nick ''Filler'' Silkey

Wow. If anyone's comment means anything, it's yours. The world needs more people like you...

Nick Silkey
'Filler' on EFNet's #ti

     16 August 1998, 00:12 GMT

Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
jeremy

wow man. that is pretty damn cool of you. everyone is telling everyone else to send him one. and this is one kid who finalyl steps up and offers rock on. well my link cable broke too those little pieces of crap. but im probably getting one today so good. i still haven't even played smb86 but oh well. ok later all

     16 August 1998, 18:26 GMT


Re: Re: Maze-3D Development Halted
JR.

Hey you are one cool person we really need more people like you in this world!

Since you would only have three links now...
...I'll buy one from ya if you E-mail me!

     18 August 1998, 23:06 GMT

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