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Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Posted by Nick on 11 October 1999, 02:06 GMT

Destination Software has released Final Fantasy Destination v1.5x for the 89 and 92. This role-playing TI-BASIC game is based off of Squaresoft's popular Final Fantasy series for video game console systems. It has wonderful graphics and a great storyline; this is definitely worth a look.

 


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Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Jonah Cohen  Account Info
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Wow. I can't remember the last time ticalc.org had an article about a basic program.

     11 October 1999, 02:27 GMT

Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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The 89 on-calc compiler instantly comes to mind ;)

--BlueCalx

     11 October 1999, 02:40 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Jonah Cohen  Account Info
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Well, kinda sorta. It _is_ for assembly programming :-)

     11 October 1999, 03:04 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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Jeez. I never get any recognition. b00. Guess what. I had this news about 8 hours ago =) You might wanna check out BubleGum Crisis: Nenes Adventure too. It's IMHO better, tho its much too easy and there are too many random battles. As for ticalc, you might wanna check TINews once in awhile to get some news, you seem to get it a little slower 89 wise =) Then again, I focus on the 89 mostly cus its the only functional calc I've got =P

-}InFuZeD{

     11 October 1999, 02:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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<}InFuZeD{|#ti-files> BlueCalx: Which is why I maybe update weekly =)
*cough*
:)

--BlueCalx

     11 October 1999, 02:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Rackford Smith  Account Info
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what does this have to do with the topic?

     12 October 1999, 01:13 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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Apparently, Tim posted a news item similar to this on TI-News before I found about it and posted one on ticalc.org.

--BlueCalx

     12 October 1999, 01:50 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
elcobbola  Account Info
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Finally basic programs are getting some recognition. Now if only the POTM had more basic slots...

     11 October 1999, 02:34 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Scott Uhl  Account Info
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Yeah! BASIC games should get more credit! ASM is better, but BASIC should still get some credit. (TICALC.org still rocks!)

     13 October 1999, 04:47 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
XoBoFNi
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All I can say is "Thank You" ticalc.org :)

     11 October 1999, 04:08 GMT

WOW!! I want an 89 now.. = )
Magicain_Synchro  Account Info
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but, you should all check out DSoft.'s web page and look at the screen shots there!! WOW!! A whole lot better than the little ghost that ticalc.org put. It seems as if they barely even played it.

     11 October 1999, 18:23 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
adam chard  Account Info
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Not a bad piece of programming, it had a very nice story, great graphics, and some cool animations. The only problem was the excessive bugs! The battle at the whirlpool doesn't work and in the final cave you can erase the walls. Other than that it's pretty good for a basic game.

     11 October 1999, 20:32 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
TonyD7736
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This game is really good except for the whirlpool part. After Defeating that dragon thing, I get an error. Then, when I start the game back up, I can't get back to the whirlpool. Also, moving around takes too long. There needs to be a way to move faster (Maybe add such an item that you must find?). I also think that the end of the game could use some adjusting. It wasn't worth my time to see everyone die at the end. Oh well, maybe the next version will fix these things.

     13 October 1999, 01:01 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
oddone92  Account Info

this doesn't really have to do with the game (although it is awesome) but where can I download version 1.00 of the Flash software for the TI-89?

     12 October 1999, 02:54 GMT


Re: Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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Email scraft@ti.com.

--BlueCalx

     12 October 1999, 03:03 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
beasty  Account Info
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MAKE IT FOR THE TI 83+!!! Hey Bluecalx do you work on Ticalc.org? Oh yeah how about a pacman, forgger, mario, galaxian, centipeded and drug cartel for Ti 83+ Ion. ?

love ya all,
beasty

     16 October 1999, 04:12 GMT

Re: Final Fantasy Destination For 89 and 92
Redfox  Account Info

This game is pretty cool. It is fairly fast for a basic game. I still favor Tron v1.0 for ti-89 basic, it is alot of fun.

     18 October 1999, 06:39 GMT

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