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Obliterate v1.0: Scorched Earth for Your Calc
Published by KermMartian on March 7, 2011 at 11:57:42 PM CST | Discuss this article (29)

Soon after a beta of Obliterate was released, and many members here provided extremely helpful feedback, it is my pleasure to announce the Obliterate 1.0, a Scorched Earth/Tanks-genre game for TI graphing calculators. It features single-player gameplay, multiplayer mode over CALCnet 2.2, and the ability to add AIs to multiplayer games. To borrow from the description:

Obliterate is a scorched-earth/tanks game for Doors CS 7 and TI calculators. Choose from single-player or multi-player mode. Obliterate brings superb graphics, fast and furious gameplay, and cunning AIs to this classic genre and much-loved platform. Challenge any number of AIs to a single-player game, or connect from one to dozens of friends' calculators over CALCnet and go head-to-head in a multiplayer match! Set the angle and power of your shot, watch out for the wind, and take aim at your enemies! The last tank standing wins the match. With the power of the recently-released global CALCnet, you can even play in friends from across town, across the country, or around the world in a game of Obliterate on your calculator.

I hope you enjoy the game, and please feel free to play it on global CALCnet! With the release of Obliterate, most of the free time I manage to find between my packed work schedule will go towards the development of direct USB gCn, so hopefully that will be coming soon.

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