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TIGun v2.0


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Filename ti-gun.zip (Download)
Title TIGun v2.0
Description Game that takes the screen before the program was run and allows you to shoot holes in it.
Author Benjamin Rodgers (Bentensai@yahoo.com)
Category TI-89 Assembly Games (Kernel)
File Size 1,095 bytes
File Date and Time Sat Dec 25 03:49:58 1999
Documentation Included? Yes
Source Code Included? No



Review by  Doug Kay
Reviewed on 2004-11-22
Attention span: 1/10 Enjoyment period lasts 10.23 sec's.
Controls: 7/10 Can't move crosshair diagonally.
Implementation: 5/10 No point, no purpose, no fun.
Overall: 3/10 Don't bother downloading it.

I really don't know if this should be classified as a game. TI-Gun SHOULD be classified as a "Misc. Program." Well, anyway, this is a very basic ASM program which makes use of sprites. The author said that this program helped him learn how to move sprites over a background or something.

After you run the program (from a shell or from the home screen), the screen stays the same and a crosshair appears. You can move this crosshair across the screen using the arrow buttons, and with the 2nd button you can 'shoot holes' in the background. By using the diamond key, you can also 'shoot' a smiley face onto the background. And that's it. Nothing too special.


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Readme.txt   656
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