It's a memory game that tests your memorization skills. This is one for the TI-84 Plus CE, and it's written in only TI-Basic! The object is to make it as far as you can without making any mistakes, by reproducing a sequence of flashing numbers via the number keys on your Calculator. Are you up for the challenge? You can even customize the difficulty of your run and learn the mechanics of the game via a built-in tutorial! Newest addition: The game keeps track of the highest round you made it to and you get a rank based on it. How high will you rank in this challenging memory game?
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- 1 year, 8 months ago
- 8/10 (1 vote)
- ↳ this version
- ↳ this version
This is Simon says with numbers instead of colors and a time limit.
Not much to say beyond that in terms of gameplay- the controls are solid and the graphics aren't anything special yet they get the job done. It could benefit from some sort of indicator of which key is being pressed however as a sort of visual feedback.
My main gripe is that the menus are...confusing to say the least. For some reason selecting "Your Best Game so far" will bring you to the gameplay settings screen afterward instead of the main menu, the tutorial mode (Which is indeed its own mode separate from the main game) is found after selecting the how to play option and reading the instructions (which kinda makes sense but it's odd to include something like this in a calculator TI-BASIC game this simple to do this).
I'm also not sure why the bug report info and contact information is in the program itself- that's what the readme is for after all.
Overall, 8/10 - Good game, slightly strange presentation
- Memorized The Sequence version 1.1 (published 1 year, 8 months ago; 2020-12-31 20:36 UTC)
- Memorized The Sequence version 1.0.1 (published 1 year, 9 months ago; 2020-12-24 03:29 UTC)
- Memorized The Sequence version 1.0 (published 1 year, 9 months ago; 2020-12-18 17:31 UTC)