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ColorTetris Hits the TI-Nspire
Posted by Ryan on 17 November 2011, 16:01 GMT

There are many versions of Tetris in existence for the various TI platforms, but how many of them are in color? TI-Nspire CX owners may now experience the classic puzzle game in full color courtesy of Nick Steen. Featuring 3 separate game modes, a highscore list, and compatibility with our non-CX model Nspires, this latest addition to the Lua library here at ticalc.org is highly welcomed, especially with Steen being "quite new to Lua programming" when he decided to start the project. Congratulations and thanks!

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Re: ColorTetris Hits the TI-Nspire
Compynerd255 Account Info
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Tetris, in COLOR! Woot! I love all of these color games coming out - I just wish that Lua wasn't so slow.

Are any new features - or upcoming games - in the works?

Reply to this comment    17 November 2011, 16:36 GMT

Re: Re: ColorTetris Hits the TI-Nspire
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well, i'm continuously working on new games, you can see the progress of them on omnimaga.org. If you have ideas for games of apps, don't hesitate to tell me :)

Reply to this comment    17 November 2011, 19:11 GMT

Re: ColorTetris Hits the TI-Nspire
chris houston  Account Info
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Seriously, doesn't get much better than tetris. We also have a logo interpreter and solitaire and err........... SOUND?!?!??! On an Nspire?!?!? I.. dont know what to say other than i dont know what im going to be doing during calculus

Reply to this comment    18 November 2011, 02:35 GMT

Re: ColorTetris Hits the TI-Nspire
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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Congrats Nick with this feature!
I think it really deserves it, although I haven't played it yet.:)

Reply to this comment    18 November 2011, 14:38 GMT

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