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Harper Maddox Releases Rogue Runner
Posted by Nick on 19 December 1999, 04:31 GMT

Rogue RunnerHarper Maddox has created an interesting new game called Rogue Runner for the 82 (CrASH) and the 83 for both SOS and Ion. Rogue Runner is similar to the classic game Boulderdash, only Rogue includes invisible walls and items such as pickaxes and teleport scrolls to help you. It also includes the customary enemies *g*. Rogue Runner is simple yet addictive; you should try it out!

 


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Re: Harper Maddox Releases Rogue Runner
Dougw101  Account Info
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Wow first comment. At least I think it is. Anyway this a a cool game. I would tell everyone to get it if you can!

     19 December 1999, 04:54 GMT

BUGGY
WarHawk376  Account Info
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im sorry this is the buggest game ever. I have an 83+ and it crashes so much. Can't even start the game

     19 December 1999, 05:02 GMT

Re: BUGGY
ColdFusion
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Maybe because the only available download for the game is for an 83, not an 83+
correct me if I'm wrong

     19 December 1999, 05:08 GMT


Re: Re: BUGGY
akadajet  Account Info
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OK, I'll correct you... Your wrong! It's for ION too, but the ION version doesn't seem to work properly. :(

~Jonathan Taylor

     19 December 1999, 05:14 GMT

Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
William Tipton  Account Info

it doesnt work for ion on the 83 or 83P
the file header is all wrong for ion..
i dont think it works on anything except ti83 and through no shell

     19 December 1999, 05:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
Bryan Rabeler  Account Info
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There's also an SOS version, but I haven't tried it yet.

     19 December 1999, 07:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
raw33 Account Info

The ION zip file only contains documentation, rogue.z80, and rogue.83p
There is no .8xp version. Don't try using the .83p version on your 83+. ION won't read it.

     19 December 1999, 15:50 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
YodaToad  Account Info

Actually the ION zip that I got contains:
rogueion.83p
rogueion.8xp
rogueion.z80
rogue.txt

I'm gonna go through the source of the ion ver and see if i can get it to compile for the 83+.

-YodaToad

     19 December 1999, 18:52 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
YodaToad  Account Info

UPDATE: I have the game running now... All i have to do is get the getkey routine working....

     19 December 1999, 23:49 GMT


WORKING 83+ VERSION!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YodaToad  Account Info
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I now have a working version of rogue runner that I converted to run with 83+ ION... you can pick it up at my new (albiet ugly) website at http://launch.cjb.net or at the web site link on my post.

-YodaToad

     20 December 1999, 04:59 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
Bryan Rabeler  Account Info
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Where did you download that from?

     20 December 1999, 00:07 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
YodaToad  Account Info

Dimension-TI the day it came out.

     20 December 1999, 04:28 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
Bryan Rabeler  Account Info
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Last time I checked, ticalc.org didn't have that version. Why not?

     20 December 1999, 07:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BUGGY
YodaToad  Account Info
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Dunno... maybe it's a conspiricy :P
If you are looking for a version that works on the 83+ check out my web site... http://launch.cjb.net

     20 December 1999, 16:41 GMT


Re: BUGGY
Harper Maddox  Account Info
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thanks for the comments man. I was trying to do you a favor and port it to the Ti-83+, but since I dont have one its kind of hard for me to test it. Luckilly, myfel@netzero.net showed me that i needed to use a bcall rather than call for functions, a feature not caught by the ion compiler. The fixed version for the 83+ should be up in the near future.

-harper

     19 December 1999, 23:39 GMT

a few questions
rick williams  Account Info

what is ION and SOS i just got my first TI-89 and im getting a link cable soon. What is Doors OS?? where can i find info on all this. Oh and what is the ams2.03 and the new KERNEL can someone clear this stuff up for me

     19 December 1999, 18:21 GMT

Re: a few questions
Bryan Rabeler  Account Info
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Read the posting guidelines. I know, there's a lot of bright red text, but try to keep your eyes on them for a few seconds. :)

"Don't post general help questions; for such assistance, check our Help section and our Mailing Lists."

     19 December 1999, 18:57 GMT


Re: Re: a few questions
Erich Oelschlegel  Account Info
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Bryan, you seemed to have noticed the posting guidelines. Is that because you were kicked off earlier? You've paid more attention to them recently, however, I believe the duty of noting off-topic comments such as the general help questions and the "1st comment!!!" comments and deleting them lies in the hands of a certain Nathan Haines. Not you. Get off it already!

~ferich
Yes, I do know that my post is entirely off-topic, but I've seen enough mindless babble from Bryan recently to piss me off enough; hence, I write this comment.

     19 December 1999, 19:13 GMT

Re: Re: Re: a few questions
mikedot Account Info

Going way off topic, I agree with you. Bryan seems to find anything and everything wrong with ticalc.org and makes sure everyone knows about it... It's a bit ridiculous.

-Dot-

     19 December 1999, 19:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: a few questions
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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Actually, Nick does an awful lot of that, too, but I'm usually the one who has the final, technical say over what is and isn't allowed by our guidelines.

However, Nick and I ask each others' opinions when we're both online, and of course sometimes the technical judgement isn't always the sane one, so we end up balancing each other out, I think.

     20 December 1999, 06:05 GMT

Re: a few questions
akadajet  Account Info
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SOS ,ION, and DOORS are all shells. They generally assist w/ opening assembly programs. If you are using a TI-89 calculator, you should first put the DOORS shell on your calculator before you can run any of the great assembly games and programs that are avalable for that calc. SOS is a shell for the 83, and ION is a shell for the 83/83+. Hope this helps =)

P.S. I wouldnt mess with any of the new ASM 2.03 and Kernel stuff if I were you, from what I hear, that just makes it so you can't play many games :(

~Jonathan Taylor

     19 December 1999, 19:53 GMT


Re: a few questions
xX_ZoMBiE_Xx  Account Info
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Your "first Ti-89"??? will you get more?

     20 December 1999, 02:44 GMT

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