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Re: SDL ports for TI Nspire
« on: August 19, 2015, 10:09:17 pm »
Heya, thanks for cross-posting. More feedback is always good IMHO (I posted FF:MF CE on 4 different TI forums), although of course Summer is usually pretty quiet in the TI community. Those games looks very fun to play and I actually considered buying the second game for the Super Nintendo a few months ago once, but I finally didn't. I am curious if the frame rate is better on the Nspire than on the SNES?

I'll try to find some time to give those programs a try :)
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