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Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
Posted by Michael on 18 September 2005, 06:10 GMT

Perpetual programmer extraordinare Patrick Davidson has ported two of his famous 68k games to the ever-useful TI-92. Platinum Edition and Mercury are now available for the TI-92 platform with the Fargo II shell. We shall not go longer than two weeks without ticalc.org news. That is all.

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Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
Alex Clink  Account Info
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why did mercury get featured for the 89 and 92 but not 92+????

Reply to this comment    18 September 2005, 22:18 GMT

Re: Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
jesse frey  Account Info

I would asume that it took more work to get murcury n the 92 and took longer so the articals were seperate. the 89 article probably covered the 92+ vertion.

Reply to this comment    19 September 2005, 07:51 GMT


Re: Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
Morgan Davies  Account Info
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I would like to say that I knew for sure, but a while back if a program came out for more than 1 calculator (within the same line, z80, 68k) that only one would be featured as not either not clutter the Featured files page or to promote linking your files in stead of sending in two very similar copies.

However I still have no idea.

Reply to this comment    21 September 2005, 18:27 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
jesse frey  Account Info

I think that the 92 is quite diffrent then the rest of the 68k calcs. the v200 92+ and 89 all run basicly the same OS. I read somthing about having to wrap the 92 asm stuff in a fake basic program somehow

Reply to this comment    22 September 2005, 05:03 GMT

Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
Peter Nguyen Account Info

This really sucks! Looking at this article, I wish I had a 92.

I only own a 84 SE...Which is not bad still but...

Reply to this comment    15 October 2005, 10:55 GMT


Re: Re: Fun, Exciting Games for the 92
PeteyBoy Account Info

Never mind! I change my opinion. The TI-84 SE still rules all!!(Even without the exciting games for the 92.)

Reply to this comment    15 October 2005, 22:40 GMT
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