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Popular TI-84 Plus CE Games on Cemetech
Published by Alex on September 5, 2017 at 9:44:59 PM CST | Discuss this article (1)

By far the most popular graphing calculator this year on Cemetech was the TI-84 Plus CE. To celebrate this, we've compiled a list of the popular games. School just started and you have a few weeks to get settled in to your classes. For those of you that started this last week, may the odds be forever in your favor. When you're passing time between classes, or riding to and from school, we know that you probably have explored games on your calculator. To help you, here is a list of 7 popular games for the TI-84+CE calculator that were released - not updated - this year. I've excluded the entries from the contests we've held, since those may have seen inflated numbers from the publicity. They are still wonderful programs, so check out the topics for the three contests we have wrapped up this year: Contest 18, Contest 19, and the recently finished Contest 20. We are looking forward to more contests this year and in the coming years, spanning calculators and computers, so enjoy these games and hopefully you'll be inspired to start making your own and consequently motivated to participate in future contests! Without further ado, here's our lists and check out the full forum topic to read more about them!

Here's a straight list of the Top 7.
  1. Oiram
  2. Geometry Dash
  3. Color Switch CE
  4. Donkey Kong CE
  5. Boxman CE
Honorable Mentions
  1. SnakeCE
  2. Sqrxz CE
There are dozens of other programs that were released this year and there will be more by the end of the year. So keep checking the archives! Graphing calculators is a wonderful way to be introduced into programming, it's always on you and is capable of running programs written on the calculator itself, written in a variant of the BASIC language. You can then go further and branch into ASM or C which will get you ready for programming on computers or mobile devices such as Android or iOS. We've got a wonderful community that will help you with questions about programming your own games or programs on a bunch of platforms. Hopefully we'll see you programs on the next list we do! Now, that you've seen the top 7 programs from this year here are the top 10 programs that were released since the TI-84 Plus CE was released.

  1. Pac-Man
  2. FlappyBird
  3. Tetric A (Tetris)
  4. 2048
  5. Portal Returns CE
  6. Calcuzap 1042
  7. CMonster 1202
  8. Spaze Invaders
  9. Ultimate Pong
  10. ADVENTUR - A Game About Choice
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Calcuzapp 2042 | Oiram | Sqrxz CE

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