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TextEdit v0.4 and Game Genie v1.0
Posted by Nick on 30 October 1999, 21:17 GMT

I think this is the first time in a while that I've seen a lot of great 86 programs come out at once; so I figured I would give two especially good ones their just mention.

TextEditTextEdit v0.4: This program, similar to TxtRider for the 89/92+, lets you create text files for the 86, complete with bold, italic, underline, etc.

Game Genie v1.0 is quite unusual - it lets you edit assembly programs to get extra lives or points. Currently, it comes with ways to modify both Sqrxz and Mario 86 to get ten lives in each, but further support can be created through the development of add-ons.


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Re: TextEdit v0.4 and Game Genie v1.0
Chris Perkins  Account Info
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If anyone can program cgi scripts pretty good,java,and/or can program for calcs and would like to join a real life proggramming group email me.We really need some scripts for chatrooms,password protection,and message board so if you would like to submit a script you wrote email it to me.

     4 November 1999, 02:04 GMT

Re: Re: TextEdit v0.4 and Game Genie v1.0
Evan DeCorte  Account Info
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I can do HTML javascript Pearl/CGI, C/C++ and VB. Not to mention i know UNIX so i think i may be of some help to you.

     6 November 1999, 20:02 GMT

Re: Re: TextEdit v0.4 and Game Genie v1.0
cppbman  Account Info
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I can do CGI. E-mail me. (PS: why are HTML tags not allowed? I could have used mailto: or something...)

Also, on another note, shouldn't there be/is there a good text program for 83(+)? I have an 83+ and wish there was a program that had folders and a lot of features. I started making one in TI-BASIC, but I realized it would take WAY too long, so I gave up. Someone who has more time could do this, couldn't they?

     20 March 2000, 01:05 GMT
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