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BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Posted by Eric on 15 January 2001, 04:06 GMT

Flavien Racien has released BomberMaze68K v0.95, which, as you might have guessed already, is a Bomberman clone for the TI-89 and the TI-92+. BomberMaze68K joins the list of Bomberman clones such as BomberBoy v1.2 and Bomberman 89, so we'll see how it stacks up. This one includes a host of nice features, so be sure to take a look. You might also want to visit Flavien's webpage.

 


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Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
HighDefinition

fun, don't you agree?

     15 January 2001, 04:27 GMT

Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

yup

     17 January 2001, 23:41 GMT


Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
tim qiao  Account Info

Yes, an excellent game!

     14 February 2005, 21:19 GMT

Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Pete D.  Account Info

I have been a BigDyna fan for quite a while (when it didn't work on the new AMS, I immediately switched back to the old). BomberMaze goes beyond BigDyna, it even has animated blocks to blow up! It's definitely a new favorite for me.

     15 January 2001, 04:28 GMT

Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Flavien Racine  Account Info
(Web Page)

Yeah !
Thanks for the news ;)

     15 January 2001, 04:52 GMT


Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
tim qiao  Account Info

Post more games please:)

     14 February 2005, 21:20 GMT

Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
brentes
(Web Page)

How come yall never post screenshots anymore?

Heck all you have to do is drag it onto VTI, right click and hit screenshot.

     15 January 2001, 06:05 GMT

Speaking of the TI-89...
Mahiman Sathianathan  Account Info

I am planning to buy a TI-89, and I was wondering about the quality of its LCD screen. Do the pixels have gaps between them? Also are the buttons 'soft touch' or are they like the TI-86's buttons that don't feel very good when you press them. By the way, I live in New Zealand and down here, you can't get TI-89s from a shop so I will have to maill order it... Thats why I need help!

     15 January 2001, 10:20 GMT

Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Nitrocloud

w-w-w-.-t-i-.c-o-m-/c-a-l-c all the info is there.

     15 January 2001, 15:17 GMT


Re: Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Mahiman Sathianathan  Account Info

hey, I am not dense!
You can't get that kind of info at TI's site! You can't push the calcs buttons online can you? :)

     16 January 2001, 05:27 GMT

Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Matt Hockenheimer  Account Info

>I am planning to buy a TI-89, and I was wondering about the quality of its LCD screen. Do the pixels have gaps between them?
-No

>Also are the buttons 'soft touch' or are they like the TI-86's buttons that don't feel very good when you press them.
-I really like them. Of course, I didn't mind the 86 at all either. There isn't much resistance when you hit the keys on the 89; just enough to make it a little harder to hit the wrong key.

>By the way, I live in New Zealand and down here, you can't get TI-89s from a shop so I will have to maill order it... Thats why I need help!
-Just Curious:How much does it cost to buy a TI-89 and ship it there? Is it much more then in the United States?

     15 January 2001, 16:09 GMT


Re: Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Mahiman Sathianathan  Account Info

Well, I am getting mine from www.globalproducts.com, the cost of the calculator is US$135 and it costs US$20 to ship to New Zealand. So it would cost me about $310 New Zealand dollars. I am going to do computer systems engineering, so I need a good calculator to last me through the four years. Don't plan on using it at school though, it's banned!

     16 January 2001, 05:23 GMT

Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
dan niezgocki  Account Info
(Web Page)

The 89 does not have spaces between the pixels and has perfect buttons.
I would recommend it that you got one!
(it may cost more to ship it, but still, its well worth it)
...I have one, and would've spent even $200 for it if i had to =-)

     16 January 2001, 01:31 GMT

Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Blitz820 Account Info

Yeap... You have to buy this kind of calculator. 89 is a lot more better than other kind of calculator even the incoming TI-83 plus silver edition.

And the best way to get a TI-89 is EBAY, where I get mine two weeks ago.

     16 January 2001, 01:48 GMT


Re: Re: Speaking of the TI-89...
Mahiman Sathianathan  Account Info

Thanks for the replies guys:). Isn't this site just great for getting answers. I will have to agree with you about the TI-83plus SE. I have a TI-86 at the moment and I think it needs an upgrade more than the 83.

     16 January 2001, 05:33 GMT


Games
tim qiao  Account Info

I love calc games. Don't you?

     14 February 2005, 21:22 GMT

Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Dave Havok  Account Info

This isn't related to BomberMaze (which I think is very cool, though), but is it just me, or does ticalc seem to be getting really lazy lately? There aren't any new screenshots being added, and sometimes file updates are a week or more apart. What's going on?

     15 January 2001, 10:20 GMT

Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Nitrocloud

Ticalc.org is a fairly large site to keep running. I myself wonder where they got those funds. But still there is a lot to keep up with.

     15 January 2001, 15:19 GMT


Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Nathan Haines  Account Info
(Web Page)

Funds? Er, what funds?

Hehe, if anyone has been getting money to update this site, he hasn't told ME about it. ;)

We're all volunteers--none of us make any money for this, and ticalc.org does not receive any money to help with the operations, either.

     20 January 2001, 10:34 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
tim qiao  Account Info

who cares

     14 February 2005, 21:23 GMT

Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
fatbastard83
(Web Page)

Speaking of not on the subject (although I already have downloaded, installed, and played the games several times) I have a TI89 basic programming question. Whenever I try ti run this program I'm writing I get an error that says "Missing of start or end of block syntax". Being completly new to the TI89 scene (I only know TI83+ basic) I have no idea what this means. It keeps bringing me to the EndPrgm command if that helps. Thanks for any help and to ticalc.org if they don't delete my message.

Scharp

P.S. Great program. I started with bigdyna, then switched to bomberman89 and now I'm trading that for this program. I like it over bomb89 because the levels are more random compared to bomb89's checkerboard like layout.

     15 January 2001, 20:03 GMT


Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
MasterVegand  Account Info
(Web Page)

that means that u have a "if/for/loop/etc" loop that u didn't finish. for every if, there needs to be an endif, and every for, there has to be an endfor, and etc.

     15 January 2001, 21:59 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
dan niezgocki  Account Info
(Web Page)

ALSO

     16 January 2001, 01:32 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
dan niezgocki  Account Info
(Web Page)

it could be that you have an extra EndIf, EndFor without a If,For etc.

     16 January 2001, 01:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
fatbastard83
(Web Page)

Part of my program goes
If A=1:Goto A
If A=2:Goto B
goes on until
If A=9:Goto I
EndIf

Everytime I try to run it, it takes me to the end of EndIf with that message. I don't have to have multiple EndIf's do I? And I don't have any If's, For's or While's or anyting like that before it. Thanks for your help and any more anyone can give me.

Scharp

     16 January 2001, 04:16 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
connect4

try instead of doing all the endifs, doing:

if a==1, goto 1
else if a==2..... etc.

     16 January 2001, 04:28 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Sean Barnes  Account Info
(Web Page)

For If statements follow these rules:

If COND:<do a one line statement>

If COND
<do a one line statement>

If COND
Then
<do as many lines as you want>
Else
<optional, do as many lines as you want>
Endif

     16 January 2001, 04:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
onefastfiveoh

in this situation you don't need and "endif." if you were to have a "then" in your programing, then you need an "endif."

i think ;}

could be wrong though, try it and see what happens

onefastfiveoh

     16 January 2001, 05:56 GMT

Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
MathJMendl  Account Info
(Web Page)

It's probably just because it's a big site and there's lots of time consuming stuff to do for it. There's no commercial incentive for them to keep doing what they do, so they only run the site because they enjoy running it. Being that as it is, they have no responsibility to always provide frequent updates or anything at all, but they usually put a lot of effort into the site, and I'm happy of that.

     16 January 2001, 00:50 GMT


Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
dan niezgocki  Account Info
(Web Page)

......finally,
someone who ACTUALLY does this just for the fun of it(like me :D )
I even have a hard time mainaining my site with all my projects, and i dont even post programs on my site(i want to, but theres no chance on earth i could have time).
I'd be more understanding... I mean, they try their best. Besides, i dont think they would intesionally delay on posting programs =-)

     16 January 2001, 01:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
MathJMendl  Account Info
(Web Page)

Yeah, my site is pretty time consuming as well, but I enjoy it. It's kind of interesting trying to keep up with message board posts, updating the program archive, working on a TI-89 FAQ, working on setting up a new forum, writing a TI-89 Basic programming tutorial, working on implementing SlashCode, and checking up on its search engine and directory placements all at the same time, all while being very busy with my normal activities such as school. =-) It's fun, though, and I'm especially happy with the result.

     16 January 2001, 02:01 GMT

Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
John Tysman  Account Info

Ever since Nick D left, this place has gotten kinda dull.

     16 January 2001, 03:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
onefastfiveoh

the sites still hear isn't it?

kwitcherbichen

thanks, guys, for keeping this site up. it's the best calc site i've ever found

     16 January 2001, 06:01 GMT


Re: Re: BomberMaze68K v0.95 Released
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

dont forget that TICALC.ORG has been up for over 4 years and i wouldnt blame them for getting a bit lazy..

     17 January 2001, 23:39 GMT

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