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Hello!

As I always say, thank you for downloading this program. I love making programs, and am happy to share the code for others to
learn, and for me to learn from others. This game is a basic "shoot em' up" game, involving planes and missiles making things
go boom. It gets increasingly difficult as you complete levels. Please note that I do know that there are some graphical bugs,
I only had 4 days to make this, so they will be fixed in the near future. It is still prefectly playable.This game was made 
for Cemetech Contest 20 in the air category. Fun Fact: Even though we all hear about all plane crashes, they are the safest
 mode of transportation.

Enjoy!

Lane "OldNewTimer" Nickson

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*INSTALLATION*
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The Plain Plane Game CE is licensed under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
Learn More at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

Please note you must have the C Libraries for the Ti-84 Plus CE in order for the program to function. They can be found at http://tiny.cc/clibs
You must also have Ti-Connect CE, which can be found at https://education.ti.com/en/products/computer-software/ti-connect-ce-sw

1. Connect your Ti-84 Plus CE to your computer Via USB Linking Cable.
2. Transfer the "PLAIN.8xp" file to your calculator via Ti-Connect.
3. On your calculator, press "catalog" and navigate to "Asm(", then proceed to press "enter
4. Press the "prgm" key and navigate to "PLAIN" and press "enter" twice.