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BomberMaze68k v1.00 Final Released
Posted by Eric on 27 August 2001, 18:55 GMT

Bomberman extraordinaire Flavien Racine has released the final version of his popular Bomberman clone, BomberMaze68k v1.00, for the TI-89 and TI-92+. BomberMaze is now a no-stub program, so you won't be needing a shell anymore. In addition, Flavien is working on yet another Bomberman, called FlashZ Bomberman, that will be released in the next few days. Update to follow.

 


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kewl
Kuashio  Account Info
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Yay! Long Live Bomberman!
im downloadin it rite now...

     27 August 2001, 19:25 GMT


Re: kewl
jtjdt  Account Info
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I've Downloaded and Tested this game and find it to be fun and the graphics are great. The Greyscale is almost perfect even for Hardware 2.00 calcs. The controls are easy plus many powerups.

The only bad thing is there are not many levels and it need more game sprites.

~`JD`~

     29 August 2001, 03:45 GMT


Re: Re: kewl
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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Hein ??!

I made a total of 8*5+4*5+6*5 = 90 levels, and it is not enough ?
BigDyna = 8*5 = 40 levels
BomberMan89 = 2*5 = 10 levels
BomberBoy = 15 levels

And BomberMaze with 90 levels is not enough ???!
Sorry, but I don't understand !

     29 August 2001, 17:29 GMT

Re: Re: Re: kewl
Konstantin Beliakov  Account Info
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I feel that there are enough levels. The only thing I'd like to see is more monsters, like in old NES bomberman.

     29 August 2001, 23:02 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
jtjdt  Account Info
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Ok Sorry about the levels comment I guess there are enough levels. Didn't realize at the time. But it could use maybe just a few more game sprites?

`~Jd~`

     30 August 2001, 00:39 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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FlashZ BomberMan will be at the top :o)

     30 August 2001, 16:07 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
jtjdt  Account Info
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Hmm Very Interesting.....



EVERYONE GOTO MY WEBSITE SO I CAN GET HITS!!!

IT HAS REALLY REALLY REALLY FUNNY YO MAMA CAPS!!!

`~Jd~`

     31 August 2001, 03:24 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
no_one_2000_  Account Info

You cut that out now.

     2 September 2001, 03:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: kewl
Jean-Baptiste Canazzi  Account Info
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You're right. Bombermaze is far, far better than Bigdyna, Bomberboy, or Bomb89. It is incredible to see a game so well finalized. Not like, for example, Bigdyna, that the @#~& author dropped just after having promised so many good things like multiplayer !
Definitively my favorite game on TI89 !

     30 August 2001, 14:19 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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Oh mais msieur blue-z kékidit ? :o)
Je croyais que c t fzbm que tu preferais :o)

Dans tous les cas, je prefererai tjrs BigDyna ;)

     30 August 2001, 16:09 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
no_one_2000_  Account Info

what the heck?

     31 August 2001, 22:32 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: kewl
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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Jean Baptiste is Blue-Z, author of BigDyna, and french like me :o)

     6 September 2001, 02:40 GMT

Old News...move along :)
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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You're 4 days late eric! Check TI-News once in a while :)

     27 August 2001, 19:43 GMT

Re: Old News...move along :)
Patrick Davidson  Account Info
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While you're at it, don't forget to check TI-FR also?

     27 August 2001, 19:49 GMT

Re: Re: Old News...move along :)
nvidnovic Account Info

Speaking of TI-FR...I noticed a while back that there was a version of HalfLife which was posted there and in it's news. Does anyone know if there have been any updates to this version, or if there is any new news concerning it whatsoever? The last time I downloaded it there was a promlem with the filesize which made Graphlink reject the transfer. As I don't speak French, it would be great if TICalc.org could make more updates which reflect the new developments in the French community.

     27 August 2001, 22:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Old News...move along :)
no_one_2000_  Account Info

Bonjour. Je parle le français... not really.

     27 August 2001, 23:34 GMT


Half-Life
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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HalfLife only works on AMS 1.00. Tons of fun there. It hasn't been updated in a while but the author did release a side-scrolling shoot-em-up currently known as R-Type (remember those games? =p). I can't remember where his website is though...It was in one of the reviews at TI-FR.

     30 August 2001, 18:56 GMT


Re: Half-Life
Jason Foster  Account Info

his website is http://www.ti-rv.fr.st/

     31 August 2001, 01:51 GMT

Re: Re: Old News...move along :)
jtjdt  Account Info
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Oh yeah Patrick! How do you feel about people making invincbility patches for your games?

     29 August 2001, 03:46 GMT


TI-FR Issues?
Sean Adams  Account Info
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I went to ti-fr.org and it says that the site is shut because there are problems with executing PHP scripts and the site is completely written in PHP.

What's up?

     29 August 2001, 07:07 GMT


Re: TI-FR Issues?
Flavien Racine  Account Info
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The site will be back in a few days. The host has a little problems.

     29 August 2001, 17:31 GMT


Re: Old News...move along :)
Eric Sun  Account Info
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Ahh..quiet, you. I just got back home from a two-month-long trip, alright? :p

     28 August 2001, 23:57 GMT


Re: Re: Old News...move along :)
no_one_2000_  Account Info

I forgive you. Yay, now you can make some more news! Maybe on my O.K. basic games! Never mind.

     1 September 2001, 00:53 GMT

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