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M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Posted on 8 March 1999, 01:05 GMT

Andreas Ess of Icarus Productions has released M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u for the TI-85 (Usgard). This is the second episode of the first jump 'n' run game for the TI-85. This version features better collision detection than the original. In the future, Andreas may release the source code and/or release some of the remaining three levels of the game. This is the sequel to M.C. Mik v1.1u.

 


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Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Daren Ho
(Web Page)

I'm the first message! Hopefully, BomberBloke is getting ported soon. Last time the news said that it'll be released in the next 24 hours or so.

     8 March 1999, 01:40 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
wells

it might be just me but i hated mc mik, the first version-if anyone else thinks the same tell me because maybe there was something i missed

     8 March 1999, 02:22 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Daren Ho
(Web Page)

In my opinion, I agree with because the game was slow and it was VERY hard. I haven't tried out the sequel so I won't jump to conclusions just yet...

     8 March 1999, 03:09 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
FlameBoy

Is it just me or has this happened to anyone else?, because when i go to play this is just stops and says done?

     8 March 1999, 23:29 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
wells

you can't have any other games on your calc to be able to run mc mik succesfully

     9 March 1999, 03:28 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
FlameBoy

Is it just me or has this happened to anyone else?, because when i go to play this is just stops and says done.

     8 March 1999, 23:29 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
wells

first of all i would like to say that this game is horrible-word of advice, andreas.... don't ruin your good reputation
mc mik just sucks!

     9 March 1999, 03:43 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Zog

Come on, it's not that bad. Kinda hard, and the nice greyscale background gets in the way(at least you can get rid of it) but it's a well done game. Give Andeas some credit =)

     9 March 1999, 05:14 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Max

it's very cool to see that there are some peoples who do not forget the 85. The 85 is the root of the TI assembly and one of the best calc ever!...
Go on!...
However i'm surprised that there are only a few comments when a program comes out and hundreds comments for the Bryan affair.Are the people who come here interested in calcs or in insulting each other?...

     9 March 1999, 07:24 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
boycott

no people are boycotting ticalc.org because of the bryan incident

     9 March 1999, 21:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
evan

I doubt that, Bryan got what was coming to him

     10 March 1999, 00:10 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
wells

hey hey now...
lets not start talking about Bryon here too....
and Andreas is a good programmer but mc mik still sucks
Andreas has done great work though and i do give him credit for that

     10 March 1999, 02:13 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Max

Yes you're right. i'm soory i didn't want to create a new discussion which has no mean... Let's speak only about calcs!...

     10 March 1999, 07:07 GMT

Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Cait Sith
(Web Page)

I pretty much have to agree that the M.C. Mik (series?) is not real great, but you have to compare it to some other games for the 85, like Super Mario Bros v0.41 Alpha (which will hopefully get better when it's done.). Also, Andreas at least made M.C., which is more then many people can say...
P.S. That's not my web page, but it's pretty cool anyway.

     10 March 1999, 16:38 GMT


Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Clovis Dye
(Web Page)

Look, it may have been a hard thing to make, but it crashes to easily, is not fun, and in the sequel, you can barely tell what things are....

     10 March 1999, 22:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Daring Dick

Let's face it: Andreas Ess days as a premiere programmer is over, he's finished and that's it.
Now let's get over it and focus on the upcoming talents.

     11 March 1999, 18:14 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Clovis Dye
(Web Page)

He's not completly dead (although some of his titles are...)! He's did single handedly make Usgard (He had very little help) and when he releases a much anticipated Usgard v1.6 (Should be soon) it will a program everyone will get!

     11 March 1999, 22:28 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
Lucca

Andreas wont be finished until he stops programming. Him and Jimmy Mardell along with the rest of Icarus Productions have converted Jimmy's classic game, SQRXZ, to a gameboy game and those guys are already legends in their own rights. They have achieved so much more than alot of TI programmers out there can say. I say Andi is an awesome programmer and he'll be around until he decides not to be.

     12 March 1999, 03:21 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
wells

we never said he wasn't a good programmer we just said that his games sucks-pj1 was good
pj2 sucked
mc mik series sucked
virtego sucked
xc1701 II always screwed up on the bosses and elsewhere
-he should have kept working on his rpg! that would have brought him back up in the ti world, but stopped working on it
-BAD DECISION!!

     13 March 1999, 00:05 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: M.C. Mik #2 v1.0u Released
SPUI

vertigo is matt shepcar's.

     13 March 1999, 03:03 GMT

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