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nPlayer and Pegs for the TI-Nspire
Posted by Ryan on 21 June 2011, 13:21 GMT

Last week appears to have been good to the TI-Nspire, thanks mostly to user Danny "apcalc" Clark.

A very nifty application that deserves some attention is his release of nPlayer, a very slick little video player for the TI-Nspire series. Using Ndless 2.0 in tandem with some other utilities, video files are converted to a series of .bmp images which are then able to be played on your calc once appropriately compressed. Danny was kind enough to include very detailed documentation, complete with screenshots, making the use of his software a snap.

As if that was not enough, Danny has also released a port of Pegs, coded in LUA, for the TI-Nspire. Check out the download page for this release in order witness the addition of color to a calc classic.

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Re: nPlayer and Pegs for the TI-Nspire
Kevin Ouellet Account Info
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I always loved Pegs on my 83+ back in the days. It was my 2nd favorite Puzzpack game after Block Dude.

I do not have a CX, though, so I won't experience the colors on my clickpad. D: Oh well... I guess Qwerty.55 or z80man could port it to the Casio Prizm later :P

Reply to this comment    22 June 2011, 02:40 GMT

Re: Re: nPlayer and Pegs for the TI-Nspire
KermMartian  Account Info
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Or Kerm or Merth or Tanner... :P

Reply to this comment    22 June 2011, 07:44 GMT


Re: Re: nPlayer and Pegs for the TI-Nspire
apcalc Account Info

It would probably be rather simple to convert the Pegs code to C, similar to what I did with Block Dude.

Reply to this comment    23 June 2011, 01:54 GMT

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