|(Parent Dir)||folder|| ||Up to TI-83/84 Plus BASIC Games (Puzzle)|
Welcome to Descent Delivery! The future of delivery is here! Control a package inside a delivery room, and guide it to the delivery truck. The package moves until it hits a wall, so you must be smart in maneuvering through the many rooms. Good luck! UPDATE: Fixed small issues with game elements
|slide.zip||1k||17-08-05||Sliding Puzzle 3x3-10x10|
This is a fully functioning sliding puzzle. Supports boards (including rectangles) from 3x3 through 10x10.
|rubikscubesimulator2017.zip||2k||16-09-16||Rubik's Cube Simulator 2017|
Rubik's Cube Simulator 2017 offers the thrilling experience of solving the original Rubik's Cube with full rotation, slide, and pan controls. Displays 4 sides at a time for a 3D look and feel. Everything's packaged in one 10kb program for easy transfer -- no more file dependencies!
This program emulates a rubiks cube. IT can do anything you can do with a real rubiks cube (except take it apart). It can even scramble itself. The options to save or reset the cube. It is great if you have lots of time to spend. I hope you enjoy it.
Orbix is a momentum based physics game where you control a block, and are able to move in all 4 directions. BUT, you keep moving until you hit an object. The gamplay is made even more complex with 'special' blocks such as reflecters and collapsers. Orbix comes default with 10 fun levels, but also has the built in feature of suporting custom made levels.
|numbersblockpuzzle.zip||6k||10-08-30||THE NUMBER GAME|
The numbers are in desending order from 8 to 1. You are to reorder them in ascending order from 1 to 8.
In this game, just reverse the words TRY ME into ME TRY, ok? Sounds easy enough, right?
Un jeu qui consiste à faire glisser un pixel dun point de départ vert un point darrivé (drapeau). A game which consists in sliding a pixel of a start point to a flag.
Le jeu classique du Taquin programmé en TI-BASIC.
One day, I was bored, so I made this fun little mini-game that should be amusing for some. See the screen shots and the readme for more. Have fun.
Fifteen is a puzzle game in which you arrange the numbers in order from 1-15 by sliding them around. This is a very fun and challenging game with a very random puzzle generator that, unlike other versions, will always create a solvable puzzle. Enjoy!
Slide around and collect the pluses and/or numbers. There are many pieces to keep gameplay interesting. Play through all 16 levels plus custom ones you make using the custom level editor.
A Rubik's Cube for the TI 83 or higher. Features a save function, a scrambler, in program instructions, and all sides can be viewed at once. Also, on a side note; I won 1st place at a local Science Fair with this, and several monetary prizes from Intel(The computer chip company).
Have you played 15 square before? Well this is XSquare. You can create any size field between 2-5 for the length and 2-7 for the width. See the readme for more details.
This slide puzzle is a slide puzzle with custom dimensions from 1*1 to 14*6. you can move multiple pieces in a line unlike other puzzles and even save high scores and custom maps. There is a random map function that generates actually beatable maps unlike some other slide puzzles.
Your objective is to arrange the tiles displaying numbers in numerical order: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 To move the tile (next to the blank spot) to the right, push right...etc. This game can be very tricky at first, but you'll find it easier with time.
This is a standard Fifteen-puzzle game. It uses a matrix, with a zero to represent the open space.
|numberswap.zip||2k||07-12-31||Recipito's Number Swap|
A tile based puzzle in which you organize the tiles displaying numbers in numerical order.
A puzzle game in which you must get the numbers in order
|rubikscube.zip||3k||07-05-05||Rubik's Cube v1.0 Beta|
This is my first major project in Basic programming. It took me 3 days to make but it works (sort of). Currently, I'm attempting to learn asm with little luck. It rotates in all directions. It's 2D but arrow keys cause it to rotate.
|donutquestii.zip||6k||07-04-14||Donut Quest II|
A world where the rich hoard donuts in heavily secured mansions, and the poor are left with nothing. A perfect world for a donut thief. Donut Quest II, the sequel to Donut Quest, is a TI-Basic game of revolutionary quality. It uses no libraries of any kind, in fact, you don't need anything other than the game program to play it. On each of eight levels, you must get to (and eat) all the donuts, then leave through an exit (unless given other instructions). There will be dangerous obstacles ahead of you, and the path will not be easy... but you can always triumph.
A mind-twisting maze/puzzle game in which you must slide your piece between two walls (rather than just move one space in any direction) to reach a portal. Allows for up to 10 saved games and includes 10 premade levels as well as a level editor for your amusement. This game recently received an Honorable Mention in TI-Freakware.net's programming contest.
|donutquestleveleditor.zip||5k||07-01-07||Donut Quest II Level Editor|
This is the level editor for Donut Quest II, allowing you to create external Donut Quest II levels (and even level packs). The possibilities are unlimited!
A classic puzzle of sliding a tile into the blank space to form a picture, only with numbers on the tiles.
|bbarrels.zip||4k||05-11-02||Basic Barrels 2.1 **faster than 1.0**|
Basic Barrels is a game similar to Barrels or Sokoban. This version is much faster than the previously released version. Instructions to create your own levels are included.
|puzz.zip||20k||04-08-25||Puzz (Sliding puzzle game)|
Merthsoft is back! With new (ok, not so new) programming styles, with the TI-84+SE we have, we made a sliding puzzle game, where you try to line up the letter in alphabetical order...
This is a great slider puzzle (ya know, where you slide tiles around to get them in the right order). Well, you get to choose from a 3 by 3 board, up to an 8 by 8. It generates the puzzle, and then mixes it up right in front of your eyes automatically. It keeps score, and is extremely small. Only one of a few, so download it and have fun.
|slidepuzzle12.zip||2k||04-02-17||Dan's cool slide puzzle v1.2|
This is the best slide puzzle program I have ever seen, and it's in basic! It's fast, efficient, and very dynamic; you can choose any dimensions. The highscore system is great; this version features lowercase and a few other chars for highscores, and is a little more efficient
This is an extremely addictive puzzle game where you have to place the blocks in the correct place.
A cool 2-dimensional version of Rubik's Cube. Rotate the numbers in the grid until they line up. (Actually, as of yet it's not very challenging; more of a demonstration of the flexibility of matrices. ... Whatever. Try it out.)
Slide the numbers around to put them in order. Make your own shuffle to try out on a friend or play a random one.
It's basically the game that you got from that one house on Holloween each year where you have to slide the numbers in order. Or you can push the power of BASIC to the limits and pretend like it's a picture! Do anything you want! If you want to pretend like you're moving the pieces to a puzzle around, then go ahead! Forget Assembly, BASIC's takin' over now! If you don't know what the game is that I'm talking about then check it out. It'll keep you entertained for hours on end! Well...more like however long it takes you to press [2nd], MEM, , , scrolldown, [DEL], . But that's besides the point.
The levels load faster in this version of Sokoban. Many thanks to Silent Fury for his suggestion.
|sokedit.zip||1k||03-04-16||Sokoban Level Editor|
This is a graphical level editor for Sokoban, by Jared Brayshaw. Much improved over the old system. A must if you want more Sokoban levels!
Addictive block pushing game. Push pi into O and avoid *. includes high score and help function
The Nokia-game, now for the TI-83, try to get all the numbers in the correct order by rotating them.