ticalc.org
Basics Archives Community Services Programming
Hardware Help About Search Your Account
   Home :: Archives :: News :: Destination Software Opens

Destination Software Opens
Posted by Nathan on 2 July 1999, 10:31 GMT

Destination Software's website is now being hosted on ticalc.org. They have written a TI-BASIC RPG for the TI-92, and are currently developing ASM programs. The URL is http://dsoft.ticalc.org/.

 


The comments below are written by ticalc.org visitors. Their views are not necessarily those of ticalc.org, and ticalc.org takes no responsibility for their content.


Re: Destination Software Opens
Nathan Haines
(Web Page)

You know, that TI-BASIC RPG actually looks pretty cool, if you ask me.

Too bad I don't have a TI-92, or I'd find out myself. ;)

     2 July 1999, 10:39 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Aaron Chernosky
(Web Page)

Hehe, it's pretty cool, very hard though. Just wait until we release our first Assembly game.

     2 July 1999, 16:42 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
adam b
(Web Page)

hmmm... just wondering: a while ago (about maybe 2 or 3 months) i asked for my group's site to be hosted on ticalc's server. since then, i haven't gotten a responce - what's going on? (btw i don't need it anymore, just wondering)

     2 July 1999, 21:18 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Mikkkeee
(Web Page)

great, another site up and running great game,

how hard is it to get a site hosted, i would like to make a site for the 83 in the near future

again Mikkkeee is always stopping byeye.

     3 July 1999, 02:02 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Dan Sandstrom

These guys look good, we might have to keep our eyes on them for a while... Long live RPG's!

     3 July 1999, 08:16 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
idiot

hehehe I just noticed my calcs rom (ti-83) is the same version number as my computers bios
1.0800

     3 July 1999, 08:31 GMT


What!?
Kodi Mosley
(Web Page)

hahaha. That was the _most_ of the wall thing I've ever heard. Talk about drifting from the topic! But, it's crazy stuff like that that makes us who we are. Anywho, thank you guys for your comments towards our new home! Were working as hard as we can!

     3 July 1999, 15:46 GMT


Re: What!?
same idiot as before

sorry i was half high at the time
but it is kinda funny if I say so myself

p.s. great page I wish I had a 92 but if wishes were fishes beggars would eat like kings

     4 July 1999, 08:20 GMT


Re: Re: What!?
Evan

Unless you were allergic to seafood like me. On this topic, does anyone else find that new series of Long John Silvers commercials, with the goldfish talking about how good LJS's seafood is, a little disturbing? is it just me?

     6 July 1999, 20:54 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Kurt Cobain (Rogue)
(Web Page)

I love Destination Software's site. It's simple, easy to look at yet incredibly professional. Anyhow I wish i had a 92 so I could check out ZS when it comes out :)
Peace Love Empathy
Kurt

     4 July 1999, 16:35 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Aaron Chernosky
(Web Page)

Well, we found a better hosting service and moved the site there. This should be the permanent location for a while, so we won't be moving it anymore :) Click on the link above to goto the new location.

     6 July 1999, 17:24 GMT


Re: Re: Destination Software Opens
SiberP
(Web Page)

That's pretty rude. TICALC.ORG agrees to host your site, and three days later you ditch them for Dimension TI. If I were a member of ticalc.org, I'd be irritated...

     7 July 1999, 03:32 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Destination Software Opens
anon

Would you be saying the same thing if they moved from Geocities to Xoom? That would be being rude to Geocities.

     7 July 1999, 03:46 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Destination Software Opens
}InFuZeD{
(Web Page)

Hahaha. Go Chern. I'm not sure if you noticed but chern is pretty partial to calc.org (he made their 3 or 4 formats) =) Hey, and if Calc.org has CGI and ticalc.org doesn't I'd go with calc.org too (if I didn't own my own server =P) =)

     7 July 1999, 03:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Destination Software Opens
Adam Berlinsky-Schine
(Web Page)

He also happens to be a past Dimension-TI member, and he's still our graphics artist and layout designer (okay, I just made that title up, but still).

     7 July 1999, 06:21 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Destination Software Opens
Aaron
(Web Page)

Well, I found a better hosting service, can't blame me for switching. And I wouldn't take it like we were "rude", it's just plain old competition, calc.org offered more so we switched. If ticalc.org wants more sites, why don't they add more features to their accounts?

     7 July 1999, 15:53 GMT

Re: Destination Software Opens
Luis Lebolo
(Web Page)

Ahhh don't you love that smell? Well it's me the co-founder! Miss me guys? Ofcourse you did :) Just wanted to thank all of you for the help you've been on our games and our site. Also wanted to welcome and thank Aarron for joining Dsoft! Well guys I shall see you later! Long live RPGs! Long live TiCalc.org!

     6 July 1999, 23:21 GMT

  Copyright © 1996-2011, the ticalc.org project. All rights reserved. | Contact Us | Disclaimer