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b/Calculator Talk publicado por u/Dream of Omnimaga May 18, 2020, 02:01:05 AM
It has been a while since I posted anything calculator-related on my Youtube channel, so I decided to make a tribute video about TI-84 Plus CE and TI-83 Premium CE games and it's now available on Youtube. It misses some games I wanted to include because the animated screenshots were in a weird APNG or whatever format that is not compatible with most free video editor, but it includes over 9 minutes of gameplay:

The games can be downloaded on , , and Cookie Clicker can be downloaded on CodeWalrus in the downloads section.
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u/critor May 20, 2020, 04:28:16 PM
Thanks for all your time spent on this requiem @DJ Omnimaga, much appreciated in the current dramatic situation :

You saw it coming years ago...
u/Dream of Omnimaga May 20, 2020, 04:34:36 PM
Oh wow. This is bad... I'm sticking to OS 5.4 (I got a 84+CE with no Python anyway). I wouldn't be surprised to see people working on Flash APP exploits in the near future considering this seems to be the most popular calculator series right now.

By the way, is Python CE a viable alternative for game programming? I mean, if we compare Python to Wal-Rush! CE, Desert Bus II, First Fantasy, Mille Bornes, would such game be feasible?
u/Lionel Debroux May 20, 2020, 06:12:37 PM
Due to the architecture used by the 83PCE EP and undoubtedly the upcoming 84+CE PE, namely an underpowered processor and a very underpowered coprocessor communicating through a slow link, some types of programs are ridiculously slow on TI's models: .
However, the usage of line and sprite functions makes it possible to create faster, if non-portable programs: .
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