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TI-Basic Challenges thread!
« on: April 15, 2017, 01:48:17 am »
The way this thread works:


Note: 'project' and 'challenge' are used interchangeably.
1) You can either improve a previous project, comment on a project, or complete a project.
2) You can only challenge people to make a project if you have completed the most recent challenge, or if it is the first post (this one)
3) You must give multiple options in your challenge. (They only have to do one)
4) You may not challenge a specific user/users.
5) Keep it reasonable: Don't challenge people to make things that are too easy, have already been done before (within reason), or are unrealistic.
6) When completing a challenge, you must release source.
7) TI-Basic only
8) Teaming with other users is allowed.
9) The first person to come up with a satisfactory result to any challenge wins that challenge. If two+ users post for the same challenge on the same day (with substantially different code), size and speed are taken into account.
10) You cannot complete your own challenge.




I enjoy doing these, and I hope the community does, too.




Here's my challenge:
a) Create a rudimentary 3D video game (not a raycaster, I already did that :P)
b) Create a Base-64 encryptor/decrypter (look it up), that inputs any alphanumeric string (and space)
c) Create a Maze generator, that the player can play in the maze. Also, create 'mobs' that pathfind to the player (health bar is optional, )
« Last Edit: April 15, 2017, 02:36:28 am by _iPhoenix_ »


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Re: TI-Basic Challenges thread!
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2017, 02:11:48 am »
Keep it reasonable

Same post:
Create a rudimentary 3D video game
Create a Maze generator, that the player can play in the maze. Also, create 'mobs' that pathfind to the player (health bar is optional, )
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Re: TI-Basic Challenges thread!
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2017, 02:35:26 am »
Hey, I was asked to make a neural network!

Also, the second one (maze) is def possible, I just did it (in a rather roundabout way, though)
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Re: TI-Basic Challenges thread!
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2017, 05:14:08 pm »
Optimizing Nemesiat 83+ could be a nice challenge
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