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The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Posted on 13 February 1999, 03:47 GMT

Sam Heald and Derrick Ward have formed The Void Productions and are now hosted on ticalc.org at void.ticalc.org. Sam and Derrick have ported many games to the TI-82 and TI-83 including Galaxian, ZTetris, Plain Jump, and Orzunoid, as well as some original games such as Baseball and Hard Hat Mack. Check their page often for information on their current and upcoming projects.

 


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Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
John McCord
(Web Page)

Sam, thanks for all your help with my programs and good luck with the new address! Everyone else, I promise you Sam & Pat's games are among the very best there are for any calculator, so check out this page!

     13 February 1999, 04:36 GMT

Re: Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Sam Heald
(Web Page)

Thanks a lot, John. TI-Land is cool, too. What ever happened to INFO TI?

On a different note, for people who want to know, Patrick Davidson's site (the Pat referred to above) can be found by clicking URL included with this comment.

     13 February 1999, 04:58 GMT


Re: Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Sam Heald
(Web Page)

Congratulations on becoming a TI-Files member btw.

     13 February 1999, 05:03 GMT


Re: Re: Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Bill Nagel
(Web Page)

PLEASE give me your source code for your games!!! I really need it for mario 86!

     16 February 1999, 03:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Jimmy
(Web Page)

lol... Looks like someone is having fun at Bill's expense

     18 February 1999, 10:31 GMT

Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Matt
(Web Page)

Way to go you guys! Good site. Thanx for also making great games like Baseball and FrAwG GutS!!!

     13 February 1999, 04:53 GMT

Why they get hosted and i don''t
no need to know
(Web Page)

Why do you guys get hosted and i don't? i have to ask you that question for a very good reason, i asked if i made a site if i could be hosted and ticalc said no.

     13 February 1999, 05:43 GMT


Re: Why they get hosted and i don''t
ticalc_chris

I think we made our policy on hosting very clear. We don't give out free web space to sites that don't exist yet. And we don't host sites that aren't reference resources or home pages for established software "companies" or programmers.

When and if you do make a site, only then will we take a look at it and see if it meets these criteria. It's also our policy to host only what we believe are quality sites that will be well-maintained by their owners.

The bottom line: We reserve the right to accept or reject sites at our own discretion. We want to use this as a way of highlighting some other great sites, and if yours doesn't make the cut, don't be too offended.

     13 February 1999, 06:21 GMT


Re: Re: Why they get hosted and i don''t
the original Eugene

Translated:

1. They have biases, and if you have a problem, tough.
2. So? Sam and Derrick are better known than the people at the TI-83 Emporium.

     16 February 1999, 03:14 GMT

Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
The TI-Enforcer

Void is a great site - home to all the best 82/83/86 games available! Great job, guys!

     14 February 1999, 00:05 GMT

Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Sam Heald
(Web Page)

For those who were wondering what is the current status of Zelda, the program just broke 10K. The major overhaul of tile mapping/ enemy placement /overall graphics is about 30% done.

     16 February 1999, 04:09 GMT

Re: The Void Productions hosted at ticalc.org
Derrick Ward
(Web Page)

I updated the Zelda page recently with new screenshots and graphics. I'm working on a message board also for all of you guys who don't give a damn about Qwik Tym. I think the site panel could use some work too. I've received quite a few comments about the text art...

Derrick

     16 February 1999, 19:15 GMT

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