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Arena 3D released
Posted by Niklas on 7 October 2002, 15:00 GMT

More 3D goodness: Malcolm Smith just released Arena 3D, a First Person Shooter built using Thomas Nussbaumers FAT Engine for the TI-89, TI-92 Plus and Voyage 200 calculators. The game has a Rocket Arena theme, you can strafe, and special features include a double-speed mode and a "hit find" maneuver (automatically turn to whoever/whetever shot you). More features, options and levels are planned; take a look at Malcolms web page for more information.

One small point: being a pre-release, there are still bugs. Malcolm notes one in particular in the readme.txt file, so make sure to backup any important files before you try this out.

Update (Niklas): Malcolm has released an Arena 3D SDK (sort of) with everything you need to create your own levels.

 


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Picture import
Fabs Lutti  Account Info
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Is there any way to send pictures from the comp. to the TI-Voyage200? I've got the programm TIGCC but it only support the TI89 and the TI92plus.
Please help me
Fabs

     27 October 2002, 15:17 GMT

Re: Picture import
lord_nightrose Account Info
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Um... yeah. I finally put this on my calculator...
it worked perfectly in VTI...
I have AMS 2.05, on a HW2 calc...
when I try to start a game, it asks me for # of bots, frag limit, and bot skill, then goes back to the main menu. Any idea why??

     28 October 2002, 01:35 GMT


Re: Re: Picture import
lord_nightrose Account Info
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whoops... responded to the wrong post...

     28 October 2002, 15:16 GMT

Re: Picture import
lord_nightrose Account Info
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heh... maybe it was because the files were in the folder 'arena3d' instead of 'arena'... my bad. NOW it works just fine.

     28 October 2002, 01:39 GMT


Re: Picture import
ac  Account Info

no you're an idiot

     29 October 2002, 18:02 GMT

Re: Arena 3D released
lord_nightrose Account Info
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holy BALLS, Kerm. someone's been having a bit too much fun with your forums...

http://www.b2g3.com/boards/ board.cgi?&user=KermMartian

     29 October 2002, 09:22 GMT


Re: Re: Arena 3D released
ac  Account Info

OMG, that is horrible. And it is ILLEGAL on those boards.
Someone is going to report you, I bet.

     29 October 2002, 18:10 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Arena 3D released
PolarDPres  Account Info
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HAHAHAHAHAHHAHHHA HE GOT BOOTED!

     29 October 2002, 21:40 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Arena 3D released
Jimi Mudgett  Account Info
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what the hell dose booted mean?

     10 November 2002, 06:47 GMT

Re: Arena 3D released
lord_nightrose Account Info
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Um, yeah. Reid Johnson? I'm sure TI-Present is a wonderful program, but next time you release something, you might want to make sure it's the WHOLE PROGRAM. You're missing a few files... some text file named 'tmp' and the program 'curser', to name a couple. there's more. like FLIB, for starters. oy vey, people...

     29 October 2002, 15:50 GMT


Re: Re: Arena 3D released
Alex Webster  Account Info

HELP this game doesn't work! I try to run it and it says my TI-89 is out of memory. What can I do?

     5 November 2002, 16:18 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Arena 3D released
Jimi Mudgett  Account Info
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you can go download the game called ME and it should fix that little problem.

     10 November 2002, 06:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Arena 3D released
Malcolm Smith  Account Info
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Archive all of the files through the VAR-LINK screen. Also, download v0.5 and actually take a glance at the Readme file.

     14 November 2002, 04:52 GMT
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