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Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
SychoS4  Account Info

I am currently working on a project called Ghetto Style v2.0. I did't release v1.0 cuz it sucked. It has midgets and stuff like that. I just got finished with the blackjack engine(don't really know if you could call it an engine cuz it's in BASIC). Need to program the save feature and the load feature also. Right now the program is at about 6Kb. I'm gonna optimize it some. Have to find a good BASIC optimization tutorial first. See ya. Peace out.

     13 January 2004, 16:35 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
SychoS4  Account Info

Hey! I just finished programming Ghetto Style. I need to optimize it a little and probably make it look a little nicer. I need to know if any optimization tutorials for TI-86 BASIC are availible. Thanks alot. Sycho out.

     14 January 2004, 15:56 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
SychoS4  Account Info

OK, I have finished optimizing it and just ordered a TI-Serial Graph Link so I can upload it. I made a homelink but I downgraded to Windows 98 and for some reason, the calc keeps freezing up. I think it has something to do with the voltage and stuff. Well, I won't have to worry. Program is now at about...6469 bytes. Sycho out.

     15 January 2004, 16:24 GMT

Yugioh Duel Monsters
jschmidty89 Account Info

I'm currently working on a yugioh game. It's a strategy card game. I'm trying to make it as good as possible, it should be fun. Although, it will be in BASIC. It will have a 200 card database and you will be able to make your own cards.
Should be released in < 2 weeks.

Please let me know what you think.
I'll keep you updated.

     25 January 2004, 20:06 GMT

jschmidty89  Account Info

I'm stil working. I've been busy with school and learning ASM. I have the shop and stuff done. All I need to finish is the custom cards and the dueling platform. I'll get it done sometime...soon...hopefully. It's actually really good for learning BASIC. Even for advanced BASIC programmers, when it comes out, take a look.

I glad to see the umm... interest in my project.
Thanks for all your *cough* *cough* comments.

     16 February 2004, 23:47 GMT

Re: Yugioh Duel Monsters
Alex_Zander Account Info
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Haha, hey there man! :) You know what, I am so glad that there still are people making games for the old TI-86! I started learning BASIC 86 a short while ago... Anywho, about your project:

I'm not a hardcore Yugi-Oh fan, but I think that a game for the TI-86 featuring monsters and stats and dueling would be awesome. :) I honestly can't wait to download it! :) Will your game have any graphics?

     23 March 2004, 22:40 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
tifreak8x  Account Info
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Creating a completely graphical RPG called Age of Darkness Revenge. I am settin up the maps now, so a demo should be available soon.

     29 February 2004, 20:46 GMT

burntfuse  Account Info

I've just about finished a game called Train Jumper, a clone of an online flash game. Controlling a person on top of a train, you jump between cars, avoid signs, and eventually get to the front of the train. I'm ready to release it, except I need someone to test to see if I need to adjust the various constants (jump height, running speed, etc.). Please reply to this post or e-mail me if you're interested.

     26 July 2004, 00:05 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
tmshu1 Account Info

Hey all! I'm a new member to the TI Community, but i've been programming for quite a while ( mostly on the computer ). I made this game called Xenode thats kinda like an RPG. It is written in BASIC. In my opinion its pretty good. Just to let u kno that i should be comming out soon. Question: is there another way to get screenshots besides TI Connect? Thnx.

     24 December 2004, 21:54 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
Valera Trubachev  Account Info

It depends. If you don't have a link cable, then there is no other way, except perhaps drawing the screenshots point-by-point in Paint. if you do have a link cable, then you could possibly find a screenshotting program somewhere or you could just ask me for the TI-Connect .zip file and I'll send it to you.

     15 November 2005, 23:50 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
HoHum  Account Info

An ancient darkness stirs. TI-86's everywhere here the cry! 25 Heroes have fallen...will you save the world?

What is this new thing, you ask?
25 Levels, more than one race to choose from (more like 4)! Anticipating at least 200 items, including armor, and weapons. A decent storyline and quests give meaning to the game, and customized training (points to spend in specs) will also delight the gamer. Save-game feature also in the works, and a printable map within the .zip file will be available upon release.

Text-based RPG with menus, built in BASIC. No release date at the time...but search the forum in the next couple months. I will not be looking much on the forum, so if you feel any interest, E-Mail me and I will keep record of your email, and send the .zip when I am done.

     27 May 2005, 15:33 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
HoHum  Account Info

Edit: TI-86's hear the cry! (Yeah I can't spell...so what?)

     28 May 2005, 00:30 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
HoHum  Account Info

Edit: In-game map, minor graphics (picture files, primative but better than text-only), and a new fighting system is in development! Stay tuned!!!

     7 September 2005, 10:56 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
nafets  Account Info

I've just uploaded a Storm Chasing game. It is not listed on the new files list yet! But, if you want you can try the version, where I added backward movement, and cleared the screen at the beginning (I forgot about this the first time), its in basic but if you want to try it e-mail me!

     18 July 2005, 20:01 GMT

Doom486 beta testers needed!!
nafets  Account Info

I need beta testers for my new Doom clone for the TI-86, I will put your names in the credits, and give you new versions before they are released (test versions, demos, and the final version) if you're interested please E-mail me!!

     18 August 2005, 02:30 GMT

Doom486 to be in asm!
nafets  Account Info
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If passed on your first chance to be a beta tester, because you don't like basic games, now's a great chance; all new version will be in asm!!

     28 August 2005, 01:29 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
Valera Trubachev  Account Info

How do you do screenshots of ASM programs, because TI-ScreenCapture can't do it. I ask this because I'm working on some worlds for Super Mario v0.95, and I can't get the screenshots of it.

     3 December 2005, 21:30 GMT

Need Help!!
nafets  Account Info
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I need help programming something to convert from PC to TI-86, I will explain everything to whomever is up for the challenge after they e-mail me: nafets1218@yahoo.com

     28 December 2006, 02:47 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
pw0nzd  Account Info

I have been working on an RPG called gem hunter. You wander around, collect gems, increase stats and fight monsters. It fun but still needs items and a story. Unfortunatly my link cable has died so im stuck with copying it by hand. Expect a 1-2 week delay before it is posted.

     26 February 2007, 01:42 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
SmartGamer  Account Info

There's a really cool thinking game I read in a book- Four Out. This version would keep track of low score, and do all the tracking for you of the number, and get the 6 digit num. I've written it, perfected it, given it to all my friends. Then I played a game, and it crashed When I finally got it back...

Mem Cleared
Defaults Set

AAAAAA! I hadn't backed it up! I think this would be a good addition to the archives- I'll do my best!

     22 August 1999, 01:06 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
coinmanz  Account Info
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i'm making a 2 player DBZ game in Asm...Levi Lansing is helping....if anyone wants a beta version, email me

the graphics are excellent

     12 November 2001, 00:12 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
coinmanz  Account Info
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actually, it's one player against the calc.....the AI has't been programmed yet

     12 November 2001, 01:53 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
xris3  Account Info

that game sounds pretty cool when your finished could tou send it to me?

     20 December 2001, 18:36 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
mgcdrd  Account Info

i beta test for you. email the program and give me a few weeks to test.

     15 January 2003, 15:59 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games
Matt Ulman  Account Info

please E-mail me the source code for the DBZ game

     11 April 2003, 18:53 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Games

that game sounds cool! ill test it out for ya if you want...
e-mail it to me at asianchng@hotmail.com

     18 April 2003, 04:14 GMT

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