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Projects of the Month: November 2015
Published by tifreak8x on December 8, 2015 at 6:52:05 PM CST | Discuss this article (3)

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Yep, another month has passed, and this month we've quite the list of things to show for it! You wonderful users have been doing some hard work on your projects, creating some fairly impressive programs and games along the way!

  • Nspire Flow: awesommee333 has released his game of Flow for the Nspire calculators, written in Lua. It comes with 300 levels of play, with a variety of difficulties. Check the topic for screenshots and more information regarding the levels! Don't forget that our members have also written TI-FLOW for the monochrome TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus and Flow Free for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition.

  • 2048:NoahK is working on a 2048 clone for the monochrome 84+ models, and has produced some nice looking, simple graphics. He's in need of community help in optimizing and making things faster/better. Check out his thread for his list of goals for the project and see how you can assist him.

  • Scogger CSE: Iambian decided to tackle a port of geekboy1011's ScoggerTi for the CSE, and my what great graphics it has. The idea of the game is to jump your little frog from lily pad to lily pad to eliminate all the lily pads on the screen. Check out the topic for more information on gameplay, and how awesome it is!

  • Catylizm: Spenceboy has brought a blast from the past up to the TI-Nspire using the C language, ported over from the Casio Prizm. The object of the game is to fly your cat character in space and collect coins and mice and fuel to keep going. Spenceboy first created Catlyzm for Cemetech Contest #13.

  • Escheron: Twilight over Ragnoth: Geekboy took the time to throw this project at the mono2color project, and in under an hour's time, he had a working game. Check out the screenshot posted to the topic! Iambian and geekboy have also been working hard on the battle engine for the game, and we can't wait to see how it looks.

  • DocEdit CSE: PT_ has continued on with progress of this project, and is asking for members to possibly give some feedback and vote in his poll to help push his project down the correct path. DocEdit CSE is set to replace his earlier ColorNote project, which itself is a port of Michael2_3B's BasicNote project. While you're at it, why not encourage Michael to complete and publish BasicNote?

  • Pac-Attack!: Pac-Attack is a game that mixes PacMan and Tetris together. How does that work? Well, I don't know. Seriously, the screenshot in the thread makes the game look crazy hard. Something for you to check out, if you have an TI-Nspire, for sure!

  • Cookie Clicker Nspire: Awesommee333 has been working on porting Cookie Clicker to the TI-Nspire. Not much can be said, as who doesn't know about cookie clicker games? Check the thread for an animated screenshot showing off the project.

  • Doors CE 9: KermMartian has been doing the delicate juggle with real life things, trying to get work in on Doors CE and his actual day job. He's making some headway into an all inclusive shell for the CE, check out the topic to find out what is currently working, and what isn't. And no, he still doesn't have a release schedule out, although he plans to post a video of the shell in action this week.

  • Abba Caving Calculator: I took some time this past month to work on updating the CE/CSE ACC to take out items that were not needed, and to fix an issue that I didn't know existed. Then decided to back port this program to the monochrome calculators, so you normal TI-84+ users can use this as well!

  • Piezo Buzzers and Speakers in Calculators: BotBoy3000 has taken a break from his photolithographic 3D printer project for the winter, instead focusing on adding sound to graphing calculators. He's has explored putting piezo buzzers in his calculator as speakers, and explored the design of an amplifier. He later moved on to create a CAD model of a calculator speaker attachment. If you have thoughts on how he should shape and design that attachment, please let him know!

  • Sorcery of Uvutu: 123outerme has continued to make progress on his top-down RPG for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition. It improves his earlier game Dragonsglid with xLIBC graphics and much more. He's currently on beta 0.3, and your testing and feedback would be greatly appreciated.

  • Pirate Adventures!: Not to be outdone, DWMelon has shown off screenshots of a pirate-themed RPG build for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition with xLIBC. He acknowledges that although he developed it completely independently, it happened to be similar to AquaWars, a currently-unfinished project by 123outerme. If you're excited about the prospect of role-playing as a pirate on your calculator, you should encourage one of both of those authors with feedback and ideas.

Quite the list, wouldn't you agree? While we're on the topic of projects, we'd like to remind our users that the Program of the Year is currently going on at ticalc.org, running the 83+/84+ category, so make sure you get on over and vote for your favorite program!

Until next month, happy programming!

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January 2015 January 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: December 2014 published January 1, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Mind Controlled Calculator! published January 3, 2015 by merthsoft
» 2014 ticalc.org POTY Results published January 9, 2015 by tifreak8x
» STEM Behind Hollywood: Zombie Apocalypse Part 2 (TI-84+CSE) published January 13, 2015 by KermMartian
» A First Look at the TI-84 Plus CE published January 13, 2015 by KermMartian
» TI-France's TI-83 Premium CE Hints at TI-84 Plus CE Features published January 15, 2015 by KermMartian
» STEM Behind Hollywood: Body of Evidence for TI-84 Plus C SE published January 23, 2015 by KermMartian
» TI-84 Plus CE Officially Launched: Exclusive Interview published January 26, 2015 by KermMartian

February 2015 February 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: January 2015 published February 1, 2015 by tifreak8x
» STEM Behind Hollywood: Science Friction for TI-84 Plus C SE published February 9, 2015 by KermMartian
» TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus Monochrome ASM on the TI-84 Plus CSE published February 22, 2015 by KermMartian
» Cemetech Minecraft 1.8 Server: Intellectual Survival published February 25, 2015 by KermMartian
» TI Connect CE: In-Depth Review published February 25, 2015 by pimathbrainiac

March 2015 March 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» STEM Behind Hollywood for TI-84 Plus C SE: The Full Set published March 1, 2015 by KermMartian
» Projects of the Month: February 2015 published March 2, 2015 by tifreak8x
» TI News: T^3 2015; TI-84+CE Contest, Apps; TI-Nspire OS 4 published March 12, 2015 by KermMartian
» T^3 2015 Day 1 Kickoff in Fort Worth, TX published March 13, 2015 by KermMartian
» Happy Ultimate Pi Day: T^3 2015 Mid-Conference Updates published March 14, 2015 by KermMartian
» T^3 2015 Wrap-Up: Days 2 and 3, Final Thoughts published March 21, 2015 by KermMartian

April 2015 April 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: March 2015 published April 1, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Hands-On with the TI-84 Plus CE: Full Review published April 6, 2015 by KermMartian
» z80 and ez80 ASM Support Added to SourceCoder 3 published April 9, 2015 by KermMartian
» TI News Bag: STEM Behind Health; TI-84+CE OS Upgrade Soon published April 21, 2015 by KermMartian
» "Programming the TI-84 Plus C SE & TI-84 Plus CE" published April 28, 2015 by KermMartian

May 2015 May 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: April 2015 published May 3, 2015 by tifreak8x
» GraphnCalc83: A Review of a Faithful TI-83 Lookalike for iOS published May 1, 2015 by Alex
» Doors CSE 8.2 Released published May 19, 2015 by KermMartian
» Exclusive: C Programming on the TI-84 Plus CE published May 27, 2015 by KermMartian
» Projects of the Month: May 2015 published May 31, 2015 by tifreak8x

June 2015 June 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» First TI-84 Plus CE Assembly Games Arrive published June 22, 2015 by KermMartian

July 2015 July 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: June 2015 published July 4, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Out and About with Cemetech: Elfprince13's Wedding published July 10, 2015 by KermMartian
» Graph3DC 1.0 Closed Beta 1 published July 12, 2015 by KermMartian
» Using the TI-84 Plus Video Series Premieres published July 20, 2015 by KermMartian
» Fourth Cemetech World Maker Faire Appearance in September published July 28, 2015 by KermMartian
» Get a TI-84 Plus CE: Target Sale, TI Contest published July 31, 2015 by KermMartian

August 2015 August 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: July 2015 published August 3, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Cemetech Archives: TI-84 Plus CE Programs Folders Expanded published August 17, 2015 by KermMartian
» Tetric A (Tetris) for the TI-84 Plus CE published August 20, 2015 by KermMartian
» Back to School 2015: What Graphing Calculator Should I Buy? published August 21, 2015 by KermMartian
» ArTICL: MSP432 Launchpad to TI Graphing Calculator Linking published August 28, 2015 by KermMartian

September 2015 September 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» TI Listens to Bug Reports, Releases TI-84 Plus CE OS 5.1 published September 8, 2015 by KermMartian
» Wall-Powering Devices With 3D-Printed AAA Batteries published September 16, 2015 by KermMartian
» MateoConLechuga Wows with TI-84+CE Text Editor, Soon Mario? published September 22, 2015 by KermMartian

October 2015 October 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» Projects of the Month: August & September 2015 published October 4, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Cemetech at World Maker Faire 2015 Recap published October 4, 2015 by KermMartian
» Cesium: First TI-84 Plus CE Shell published October 6, 2015 by MateoConLechuga
» TokenIDE Now Open Source published October 22, 2015 by merthsoft

November 2015 November 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» TI Codes: TI-BASIC Tutorials from TI published November 4, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Projects of the Month: October 2015 published November 8, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Cemetech Contest 14: TI-BASIC Connect 4 AI Challenge published November 16, 2015 by KermMartian

December 2015 December 2015 [Back to News Archives Index]

» ticalc.org POTY 2015 Starts published December 4, 2015 by pimathbrainiac
» Upgrading an N Scale P42 Model Train Locomotive published December 8, 2015 by KermMartian
» Projects of the Month: November 2015 published December 8, 2015 by tifreak8x
» Officially Announcing Doors CE 9, Coming Soon published December 10, 2015 by KermMartian
» Cemetech Contest #15: Crypto Golfing published December 15, 2015 by KermMartian
» Cemetech Contest #15, Challenge 2 published December 22, 2015 by KermMartian
» Happy Holidays from Cemetech! published December 25, 2015 by Alex
» Cemetech Contest #15, Challenge 3 published December 30, 2015 by KermMartian
» CEmu - A TI-84 Plus CE Emulator Released published December 31, 2015 by pimathbrainiac

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