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Flavien Racine Releases TEXAS Fighters
Posted by Michael on 7 February 2005, 05:09 GMT

[TEXAS Fighters v0.1] Flavien Racine has released v0.1 of his new fighting game, TEXAS Fighters. Requiring neither a kernel nor any external libraries, TEXAS Fighters is a traditional Mortal Kombat-style game. This is still a beta release, but it already includes the basic fight moves, three combos, and multiplayer support. But even better, the entire game was written in pure assembly language. Hopefully this will blossom into a classic as it progresses in development. One last note: About 50 KB of free RAM is required for it to run.

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Re: Flavien Racine Releases TEXAS Fighters
RJ Larimore  Account Info
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finally this game gets featured, texas fighters is the best

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 05:17 GMT

Re: Re: Flavien Racine Releases TEXAS Fighters
calkfreak83  Account Info
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...Dude, I wish games like this came out for the z80 line :(

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 05:36 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Flavien Racine Releases TEXAS Fighters
Derrick F.  Account Info

Unfortunately, z80s don't have 50 kb or RAM. :)

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 22:23 GMT

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calkfreak83  Account Info
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Thats what SUCKS!!! There needs to be a program that can like install more RAM without making any external changes to the calculator...

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 22:42 GMT


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anykey  Account Info
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You'd need some RAM to begin with.

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 23:41 GMT


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burntfuse  Account Info
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The '86 does. :-p

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 22:44 GMT


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Derrick F.  Account Info

Yes but the Ti-86 only has RAM.

Reply to this comment    7 February 2005, 22:58 GMT

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Neil Hodges  Account Info
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All of them except a select few that have flash ROM.

Reply to this comment    8 February 2005, 05:27 GMT


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BlackThunder  Account Info
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And the 86 is one of them.

Reply to this comment    9 February 2005, 02:33 GMT

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Morgan Davies  Account Info
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The 86 has nothing in flash, and thank TI(God) for that.

Reply to this comment    10 February 2005, 18:46 GMT


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Neil Hodges  Account Info
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Haven't you heard? One of the guys at this site as a TI-86 with Flash.

Reply to this comment    10 February 2005, 23:18 GMT


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Morgan Davies  Account Info
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I feel sorry for him!

Reply to this comment    11 February 2005, 03:11 GMT


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Lewk Of Serthic  Account Info
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Ha!

Reply to this comment    19 February 2005, 06:01 GMT


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tim qiao  Account Info

89 titanium is another

Reply to this comment    14 February 2005, 03:40 GMT


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calkfreak83  Account Info
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...the 89T isn't a z80 calculator....

Reply to this comment    14 February 2005, 22:18 GMT


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Lewk Of Serthic  Account Info
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and it DOES have flash...

Reply to this comment    19 February 2005, 06:02 GMT


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David Phillips  Account Info
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The 86 could do a game like that, but it would be a lot difficult programming.

Reply to this comment    8 February 2005, 16:49 GMT


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burntfuse  Account Info
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Yeah, the 89 is much faster, and has a larger screen, so it wouldn't be possible to make a game quite as good as that one, but the 86 has the RAM for it. (At least it would be easier than trying to write it for the 83+ :-P ).

Reply to this comment    8 February 2005, 22:05 GMT


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tim qiao  Account Info

Dude, buy a titanium

Reply to this comment    14 February 2005, 03:38 GMT

Re: Re: Flavien Racine Releases TEXAS Fighters
tim qiao  Account Info

I agree. Game of the year!!!

Reply to this comment    14 February 2005, 03:44 GMT


ebook problem
tim qiao  Account Info

This is off subject, but I can't read an ebook. Every time I run the ebook reader. It states that no ebooks are found. Any advice?

If any please reply.

Reply to this comment    15 February 2005, 01:39 GMT


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anykey  Account Info
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Why not start a new thread?

Reply to this comment    16 February 2005, 00:27 GMT


Non-expert Opinion
Marty McNeal Account Info

lol.
Seriously though, make sure you have all of the appropriate files (including an ebook :P ) in the right places. Don't be afraid to go back to the readme. I think the ebooks are supposed to be kept in a certain folder on the calc, but don't quote me on that. If that doesn't work try "main" (if you have'nt already). I've looked at Ebook Reader, but haven't actually used it before. That's about all I can tell you without knowing more about the problem, sorry.

Reply to this comment    16 February 2005, 00:52 GMT

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