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The March 2017 CW Project Award survey is up. Vote now!

Started by DJ Omnimaga, April 05, 2017, 06:04:49 pm

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April 05, 2017, 06:04:49 pm Last Edit: April 05, 2017, 06:52:43 pm by DJ Omnimaga

Another busy calculator and non-calculator projects development month has ended and it's now time for the March 2017 Monthly CW Project Award poll! Out of the 28 active projects this month, 26 are eligible to participate again and are listed in the poll above or below:

(83+/84+) BigDecimal84
(83+/84+) Connect4
(83+/84+) Driller Knight
(83+/84+) Lazer 2
(83+/84+/CSE) Sorcery of Uvutu
(84+CSE/CE) Linux TI-BASIC Clone
(84+CSE/CE) Orbit84
(84+CSE/CE) Pure TI-BASIC Raycaster
(84+CE) ICE Compiler
(84+CE) Pirate Space Kitties
(84+CE) StopwatchCE
(84+CE) TI-Planet CE C Project Builder
(84+CE) Walrus Cheese Run
(89/89T) Jumpman 68K
(Nspire CX) gpSP-Nspire for HW-W
(Nspire CX) Kern Method
(Nspire CX) Puzzle15
(Casio) The P7 Project
(Multiplatform) Clouttery Battery Monitor
(PICO-8) Streamp8
(PC) Color Speedrun
(PC) MOS: Apocalypse
(PC) PalmOS Emulator
(PC) Superstar Hero
(PC) Walrus Kingdom
(Hardware) RPN-Calculator

As always, all entries are competing against each others, regardless of the platform. Have you spotted projects this month that you think are more notable in particular or that you liked in particular? Select six (6) options in the poll attached to this topic (requires 20 posts) then click Submit! And don't forget to visit each topic again to give authors encouragements and suggestions!

You have You have until April 12th to vote, so hurry up!

DJ Omnimaga

By the way, it would be nice if we got more than 11 different users voting this time around. We got 20 sometimes before. :P


Bringing Randy Glover's Jumpman to the TI-89 calculator. Download available at Ticalc.


DJ Omnimaga

Prediction: The entire poll will end up tied. Every single entry will have 4 votes.


Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on April 08, 2017, 09:27:07 pm
Prediction: The entire poll will end up tied. Every single entry will have 4 votes.

26*4=104/6=17.333. Either this is impossible, or someone is really mad and only give it 2 votes ;)

DJ Omnimaga

Trust me, every single month there are people who give less than the max amount of votes (most likely one single vote if they cannot read or 2-3 if they don't know what to vote for) :P. You have to choose 6 projects this month, for example, but nothing stops anyone from voting for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.


I didn't realize people still made such awesome calculator programs.  It always seems like only very few people program really nice games for monochrome calculators these days.

DJ Omnimaga

I was actually surprised to see so many 8x projects in this poll. We usually only get one. I should really revive my layered text sprites RPG one day...


Well or they know and just vote for the ones they actually care about  :blah:

DJ Omnimaga

Some people vote only for the name during POTY. Name your quadratic solver Pokémon Quad Solve and you win by default


April 12, 2017, 09:25:19 pm #13 Last Edit: April 15, 2017, 03:14:31 pm by _iPhoenix_
lel 3 people voted for my project.

They are weird :3= ...

I feel popular...

Congrats PT! But my projects were lower quality! (like that's something to brag about...)
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>tfw lazer 2 1 w0te

Also zero votes for the battery manager? Its probably the most useful thing on this list, and the project with the most work put into it! Forgot to vote for it this time, but have in the past.

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