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The title says it all: this is a simple, addictive game of Rock, Paper, Scissors digitalized to your Ti-83\84 calculator. According to the author, it is "everyone's favorite game", so what could be wrong? Well, unfortunately, there is no fun, excitement, or gratitude on playing a completely random game against a computer which, unexpectedly chooses random moves.
4/10 -- This game is not revolutionary...
Regardless of the touchups added to the game such as menu's, etc, there's not much originality or excitement to gain from this game. Period.
6/10 -- Rock\Paper\Scissors... what more....
For the sake of this review, i'm going to assume that this game was written for learning purposes by the author, and not something worth downloading. However, I can already sense some great games that Alex will hopefully write in the future.
It's a shame that this is not one of them, but merely a rock on the long path to becoming a great programmer.