|Up to TI-83/84 Plus BASIC Games (Puzzle)
|Advanced Memory v.1.6
The newest version of Advanced Memory from Fractal Inc. all bugs fixed in this version. If you liked the game-play of Memory: Intense and Advanced Memory v.1.1, then this is a must have!
|Memory (sometimes called Basic)
This is a memory game (like the 82 version that I made) made in BASIC.
A game based on the classic game "Simon Says". You have to repeat a pattern that the computer creates. Very addicting.
Memory is just a simple game that requires the user to try and find the matches. First version, and I would love to make any changes people can think of. Enjoy
This is a port of the the four-button Simon game. For those unfamiliar with it, Simon was a memory game, flashing a sequence of buttons and inviting you to repeat the sequence. The longer you played, the harder it gets. The TI-84+/83+ version of this game duplicates this game (sans sound). Calcsimon can be run from the [PRGM] menu or from MirageOS. Comes complete with new high score feature.
My first game in a long while. This is a combination guessing/memory game where you build chains of numbers. The game has cool effects, is fast, and is pretty fun. Good if you want to train your memory, or just have some fun.
A simple, fun game where you try to remember a sequence of numbers that are randomly generated, that gets progressively more difficult. This is the version 2 which has been optimized for size.
This is an addictive little game. The point of the game is to push the arrow it tells you to in a given amount of time, after each time you hit the right button, it will add to your score and it gives you less time to do the next one. The time can go down at 3 different speeds, which also are the difficulties. On "Easy", the time goes down slowly, on "Medium" it goes down a little faster, and on "Hard", it goes down very rapidly. Fun for little contests to see who has the best reflexes!
This is a game in which a number is flashed and you must type it in. Seemingly simple at first, the difficulty of the game rises as the numbers get larger. A good test of your memory that has bonuses, highscores, a security system, and that is surprisingly fun, you may find yourself replaying this game over and over.
A memory game in which you try to guess where the hidden symbols are.
A challenging and addictive game that is similar to "Simon Says" except it has been enhanced and there is a time limit to test your skills.
Memion is a derivative of the famous game, Simon, this version includes level play, and also random play, it keeps track of your score, and where many basic programs fail, this is timed to be fair on any calc, it has a calc selection at first run of program, ENJOY !!!!1
Le principe du jeu est très simple/ il consiste à mémoriser et à reproduire une suite de chiffres. The principle of the game is very simple: it consists in memorizing and in reproducing a suite of figures.
Simon's says clone.
This is the classic game of memory. Flip cards to find matches.
|memory the game
you have to chose cards and the computer will show them. if they are correct you get points
Match 30 pairs of letters in as few guesses as you can! This is a game to get your heart pumping and your palms sweating. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor and use the '2nd' key to flip over the "cards". Enjoy!
A TRUDGEN SCOPE GAME... This program is like the old game Simon. You press up, down, left, or right based on the pattern that is shown on the screen (read the documentation for a better explanation). There is a high score, and also included is a version where each keypress is timed (you can select from 5 different speed settings). This game is fun to play and very addictive, so download today!
It's the whole game of memory on your calc!!! create your own password-protected profile which keeps track of your wins,losses, and winning %. play on your own or with a friend.
All the features of Memory: Intense, but with bug fixes, and a faster running game engine. This is the type a game you have a tournament over. You can rely only on your memory and the stupidity of your opponent in this mind-numbing battle of wits.
Experience a fully-featured version of the classic recall game Memory! Features include: Fast/responsive graphical gameplay, 3 board sizes with saved high scores, customizable board sizes, a multitude of characters to match, randomly generated puzzles for replayability, and loading/saving of games. This is, without any doubt, the best and most comprehensive Memory game available for the TI calcs. If you're looking for a well thought out, pick-up-and-play Puzzle game, you will definitely not be disappointed! -- By Fisch2
Basic Memory game in which you repeat a list of numbers. Good for trying to beat a friend's highscore.
|Memory Game V.1.0
This game tests your photo-graphical memory and puts your mind to the test to see if your brain can remember what number is on screen. Good Luck!
This is my first complete game.. it's a lot like Simon! I think it's better, however, because you can customize the speed at which the numbers flash and the range of possible numbers to be flashed. Notes: Minimum Speed = 40 .. Maximum Speed = 5 Minimum Range = 3 .. Maximum Range = 25 To set up the program, run MEMSETUP. You may delete MEMSETUP after you finish running it. Make sure you archive MEMORY so you can run it straight from Mirage or ION. E-mail me @ email@example.com or AIM me @ zekecoasterfreak (if you e-mail me, please include something like "TI-Programs" in the subject line) -Feel Free To Share This Release.. Make Sure To Give Me Credit!
The classic matching game on your calculator: Pairs of symbols are scattered throughout the board. The goal of the game is to match all of them under the time limit. You may only uncover two at a time. Features three highscores and three levels of difficulty.
Memorize the number that pops up on the screen. The higher the number the more the points.
This is a great game if you love memory. Includes a high score, very nicely built. A most have if you love memory!!
|Simon (classic memorization game)
This is pretty easy to understand, just follow the pattern the calc makes with your arrow keys to move on. Once you screw up, game over. You should have heard of the game simon anyways :) The harder the difficulty, the faster the sequence is and the longer it starts off at. Nice game.
This is a version of simon. It is my third game, so it's a little rough. It's preety small, but it uses four of the picture slots. It's a good time-wasting program.
|NES Says (CIII/xLIB)
(Celtic III/xLIB game | Celtic III included.) NES Says is a spin-off of the popular Simon Says game. (Originally designed to be SNES Says, but there wasn't enough room in my GUI for that.) Works exactly the same way, just has prettier graphics. (Although, I was planning on using real(8)'s ability to detect diagonals but not sure of how well that'd work out. If anyone's interested I can throw that in.) I made this in Pre-cal class while I should've been taking a test. Didn't take much time. Did about 20 more minutes of clean-up, optimizations, and such when I got home. Anyway, here ya go. Easy, simple game to pass some time. Small, only requires a picture, a few of your variables, and L1 and L2. Limit of 999 built-in (doubt you'll ever get there anyway) and only other limitation is whether or not your calc can handle a list with up to 999 elements. Anyway, only 678 RAM used on the program and the list grows as you use it. (L2 stays as a 2 elements list though) Pic2 can be archived. Also, H is the highscore variable. Don't mess with it if you care about the score. Or play with it to your heart's content. Just letting you know. (for this, you may have to record you playing for anyone to believe your score) Also, the speed is only tested on TI-84+SE so I'm not sure how slow it is on earlier versions, although I'm almost positive it'll work fine.
This is a number-based version of Simon. It is a lot better, I think, than the TCPA simon. It gives you a sequence of numbers and you must enter them correctly in the right order. The sequence gets longer and longer each time. It is very hard, and to my knowledge, nobody has ever beaten anything past Hard mode. Its about 8k but someone could trim it down to about 1k using for loops and lists instead of 210 inputs. Even though I did this before I even know about lists and for loops, I still consider it fun.
This helps you memorize pi up to the 250th digit!
A simple memory game. Copy the keystroke sequence the calculator presents you with (arrow keys). Tiny file size.
Your objective is to emulate what the computer shows on the board by using the arrow keys. For each round, one more arrow will be put at the end of the sequence. Its round limit is 999.
|Rimon ( Simon )
Its like simon says. Very quick for BASIC. Very fun. Try it.
Well, it's simon!
A Harder version of the classic game SIMON.
I stayed up one night and made this for two hours. I never worked on it since. I was so wasted I don't even remember why I used two matrices and two lists... nor do I remember who, and why, I used the code the way I did. All I know is that it's fast as hell and it's great.
The classic Memory/Reflex game of Simon, brought to you graphically!!! Features include: two modes (regular and messed up), two speed settings, fast and responsive gameplay, and an intuitive, graphical interface. This game can be Very challenging. If you're unfamiliar with Simon, basically the screen is divided up into 4 parts, and you must recall an increasingly deep pattern by using the arrow keys which correspond to the locations on the screen. In messed up mode, the on-screen directions will appear in areas of the screen which don't correspond (such as the word "Up" appearing on the Left side, "Left" appearing on the right side, and so on). This is, without a doubt, the best Simon-type memory game available for the TI calcs. -- By Fisch2
Everybody has at one point or another played the game Simon. Ya know, the one with the little blinking lights that you have to memorize. Well this one is great! You can choose it's speed. You have the Up's, the Down's, the Left's, and the Right's. My record is 18, so have fun trying to beat it. It get's hard after a while.
Remake of the classic Simon. Created by Eric Subach. I strive for quality. Please send feedback.
This program simulates the game Simon. It goes up to 10 keys at one time.
A tribute to Simon, the memory game, that adds up, down, left, or right to the sequence until you lose or until it reaches its limit of rounds: nine hundred ninety-nine.
Ah, Simon, how he eludes us. This time, we must repeat back a series of flashing boxes ("lights") to him or he says we lose. Oh well; the more we get right, the more points we get.
It's Simon Said for your calculator. Includes several game modes and a multiplayer game that can be played on the same calculator
Check out the details for an animated gif of the game! basically a Simon for your calculator. It gives you a pattern, and you must repeat it. It builds on itself until you mess up, there's no limit! Plus, you can play in 3 different speeds! Any questions, email me or AIM me!
Test your memory with this classic game of simon
A very good version of memory in advanced basic. Less than 1kb, and with pretty good graphics. A must have...
This program is the popular game simon in its most simplistic form. Includes highscore and uses 5 pics but deletes them at the end. Processes input faster than most but includes no time limit.
Like normal Simon, but with 27 different buttons instead of just four!