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TI versus programmers, the truth

Posted by Admin on March 22, 2011 at 9:14 PM Comments comments (0)

            I have been working long and hard on preparing this editorial. This segment will discuss multiple facets of the TI-calculator community, in a non-biased way, forming a conclusion based on indisputable facts.

            First, let me introduce myself. I am a Queens College student, having graduated from Archbishop Molloy High School two years ago. I have spent ...

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gCn, Direct USB released

After much anticipation, limited internet capabilities are now available on your TI-calculator, thanks to Kerm Martian, shaun, Jonimus, elfprince, and BrandonW. The only hardware required is your calculator, a USB cable, and your internet-capable computer. This project allows your calculator to chat via IRC (the older version of IM) and to play some CALCnet games with other calculators on the network. Visit the project page at Cemetech: link

Legend of Zelda, "Ganon's Rage"

Coming soon to Blast Programs, by ACagliano, is this organization's first ever attempt at an RPG. This will play in the style of the Game Boy Advance Zelda game, A Link to the Past. In this version, there will be basic magic abilities, fully functional AI, and two swords (the regular sword and the Master sword). There will be a few items, namely the hookshot, longshot, fire tunic, and zora flippers, but I may add more in a later version. There will be a main world map, as well as six dungeons, complete with keys and locked doors, and a boss fight

Current Progress: Map Coding

Estimated Release Date: Soon, I hope