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  1. Play chess on your own Casio PRIZM calculator with your friend. Chess which is one of the most famous and popular games in the world is now ready to be played everywhere on your calculator. Best game that can be played unnoticed during boring maths or physics lessons!

    Please note that this is the first release of this chess program. The chess engine might contain bugs. Please send bug reports to my e-mail address ( ) or post it at the forum thread at Chemetech ( ).

    Source available under GPLv3 at:

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  2. Chess on the TI84+CE! Includes AI and different modes of playing. Source code is included. Enjoy!

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  3. [[Chesstimer v1.1 beta]]
    by TakeFlight Productions (flyingfisch)

    Licensed under the CC share and share alike license


    Simply put it on your prizm.


    Run with the LuaZM interpretor. Select the number of minutes you want the game to last with the up/down keys. Press [EXE]. When you are ready to start the game press [F1]. The two bars at the bottom give a large visualization of the time each player has left. When finished, press [exit].

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  4. Hello. This is my first game posted to this site. It is a game of chess. It does not have an ai, so it is two player only, but it might eventually have one. Right now the lose scenerio is not fully done so you will have to decide if you lose by yourself. I hope you like this game! I did the best I could on graphics.

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  5. A game pack for the casio fx9750. Currently contains 2 games:

    - Breakout
    Use the left and right buttons to move the paddle and break all the bricks

    - Minesweeper & Knightsweeper
    Use the directional pad to move your cursor, and use F1 to uncover a square. If you think a square is a mine, press F2 to flag it. In knightsweeper, rather than scanning your moves immediately next to the square you've uncovered, it scans them in the patterns of a knight's move (from chess)

    I'm working on adding more games, which should be coming soon

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  6. This is a fairly simple program that calculates the value of all of the pieces on a side of the board or the entire board, provided that you tell it how many of each kind there are. It uses a list to store the values, which can be customized and viewed all within the program. The program is 562 bytes and the list is about 60.

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