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TI, HP and Casio emulators list [Casio][HP][TI]

Started by DJ Omnimaga, March 08, 2016, 07:37:39 pm

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DJ Omnimaga

Quote from: Dudeman313 on March 11, 2016, 02:17:47 pm
Someday, when I finally get an Android, I'll be able to get an HP Prime! :D
If you can ever install stuff on your own computer, you should get the PC version instead, because it's free.


Jkolade936

I can-I'm just more likely to use a handheld device to emulate a handheld device. I hardly use WabbitEmu, even though I'd have an 84+ if I did.
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DJ Omnimaga

Ah ok. I personally prefer using emulators on the PC since the buttons are so small on a phone, plus file transfer is easier on PC.

Jkolade936

I never thought of that, but I guess you're right. I just think I'd rather have the actual device than have to emulate it at all.
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DJ Omnimaga

Emulators are nice for debugging, though, and savestates plus emulation speed controls can be handy.

Jkolade936

Yeah, that's true-playing a slow game at 600% is always an advantage. :blah:
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DJ Omnimaga

Even for fast games it can still help, such as RPGs, for example, where you might want to test if a boss is well-balanced or if a cinematic works, but can't skip.

Jkolade936

Or like with unstable games...
I tried testing my stuff on my calculator and often got a RAM clear, which is why I never liked the idea of keeping stuff unarchived on my 84+.
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DJ Omnimaga

Yeah, this is why. But of course you have to watch out for archive corruption too.

alexgt

The HP Prime for android and IOS is no longer "coming soon" :P

DJ Omnimaga

Oh, by coming soon I was not referring to emulators not being out yet, but rather that the list of paid/shareware emulators was coming soon. But I didn't have time to finish the list yet. :P

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DJ Omnimaga

It's fine lol. I really need to update that list when I get some time, though. The issue is that TI website uses very strange links so linking directly to the right software versions is hard and I prefer linking to original copies.

alexgt

Yeah, TI has a weird history with software :P

DJ Omnimaga

I would say more with how their site is laid out. For example, the TI-84 Plus CE OS URL is https://education.ti.com/en/us/software/details/en/158B7669E4C0493A84D33D9A22FDBD3C/ti-84plusceoperatingsystem and in the past I recall those IDs being replaced or not being the same on every access attempt. I don't know how it works, though. TI-Planet managed to link directly to files before, but TI sometimes removes the files outright (for example, the TI-84+CSE OS was removed from their site recently)

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