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  1. A Super Smash Bros. clone for the TI-84+CE.
    Currently has one character and four stages.

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  2. Changes in v1.1 - swapped score and lives position to allow higher scores suggested by epsilon5

    A simple TI84+ / TI83+ game where you have to prevent the asteroids from reaching the left of the screen by blocking them with your player. You have three lives, your score and lives are displayed at the top of the screen.
    If you would like to change the speed of the asteroid, change the W variable set at the beginning of the program to a factor of 150, the default is 15.

    Happy valentines day!

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  3. I asked ChatGPT to create a blackjack game and then created this from it. ChatGPT also assisted in other questions throughout the project such as creating the function for centering the cards etc. Source code is available in download.

    For the fx-CG50.

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  4. Collatz conjecture (3x+1) for Ti-Nspire.

    Tells you the number of iterations for the number inputted & shows the calculations.

    Maximum number that can be inputted is 9E999. Any larger and the number will be formatted as infinity.

    Screenshots show older version without the iteration counter.

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  5. This file contains 13 programs for the CASIO fx CG50: AFRAC, a program that uses continued fraction, and can give you a good approximation, as well as the exact value for denominators well above a million. APRIME: A prime finder which divides out all even numbers as well as numbers divisible with three, from number five. CFRAC, a simple and fast routine for fractions. DIVISOR: Gives the divisors of an integer, using the Augment(-utility. It also shows you the sum of all the divors, except the biggest one. LCM: The algorithm that Euclid found. Also shows the GCD. PERIOD: Shows you the period of a fraction. POLYDIV: A simple and concise program for dividing polynomials. POLYMULT: As simple as possible a program for multiplying polynomials. PRIME1: An elementary prime factor program. Shows the result as a list. PRIME2: A prime factor finder that uses a list of numbers, a piece of Erathosthenes sieve, to divide out the primes. Very fast. PRIMES and PRIMES1, are two programs that gives you the prime numbers in an interval of your choice. SOLVERY: This is the main attraction in the collection. A polynomial solver that can find factors like 5x^6-3, and of course factors all the way down to 2x-1. It can also find second degree factors like: 2x^2-8x-7, 1x^2+8x-1. You input coefficients of the equations left part as a list. The right part has to be null. The result is also showed as lists. Remember that it is the size of the list that determines the degree: 5X^6 - 3, comes out as {5 0 0 0 0 0 -3}. UPDATE: The program has got an even better routine now for deciding the divisors of the first degree coefficients in the second degree factors. {72,189,-104,-198,165,-34} takes around 4 minutes, to solve to: {24,23,-17} and {3,5,-7,2}. Which is 20 seconds better than the previous version. This program gives you the rational factors, wether their roots are real or imaginary. Which is of the most interest.

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  6. GFX3 is designed to make it easy to create and manipulate stacked sprites in your projects when using the CE Toolchain . With this library, you can stack multiple sprites on top of each other, adjust their position, scale, and rotation, and even make them transparent. GFX3 can help you create more complex and dynamic graphics in your projects, without having to manually manipulate each sprite individually!

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  7. I have made a program in Python that outputs getKey values (or wait_key, whatever).
    Enjoy! (Ignore the graphical artifacts on the image, i couldn't get CEmu to work)

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  8. This program solves polynomials using the Solve(-function. To avoid getting the same value it divides the function with the factors as it goes, Solve(y1,x, -100,100)->A, Solve(y1/(x-A),x, -100,100)->B. It can repeat this process up to four times, but it can also combine the roots to solve equations of a higher degree than four. The program can find second degree factors like: {2,-8,-7}, {1,8,-1} etc. It can also find factors like 5x^6 -3, all the way down to 2x-1.There is a subroutine, SOLVSUB, which has 1312 bytes, while the main program has 672 bytes, a total of 1984 bytes. If the program stops with a Can’t Solve, press EXIT to quit then, and if there is information missing, check list4 in MODE1. Sometimes the program factors the equation into both linear and quadratic factors. The advantage with this program compared with SOLVERY, is the speed: {72,189,-104,-198,165,-34} is factored to {24,23,-17} and {3,5,-7,2} in just a few seconds, while SOLVERY takes around four minutes and 20 seconds. The drawback is that SOLVERX can only find rational second degree factors which has real roots. You enter the left side coefficients of the equation as a list. The right side has to be null. A good idea is to have both programs on your calculator, and try with SOLVERX first.

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  9. Wordle BASIC is a Wordle clone implemented entirely in TI-84+CE BASIC. Download and ungroup WORDLE.8xo into RAM to install. Note the size of the group (~60 kb) as this much free RAM is required to play.

    Your aim is to guess a hidden 5-letter word in six tries or less, using information about previous guesses to inform your next. Enter words using the keypad, with [DEL] to backspace and [2ND]/[ENTER] to submit a guess. If the word is invalid, a red ! will flash.

    After submitting a valid guess, the letters of the guess will be colored according to how they align with the secret word. A green letter is in the correct position, an orange letter is correct but not in the right spot, and a grey letter does not appear anywhere. The game tracks how many guesses you take to guess the secret word, as well as your current win streak.

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  10. Give your TI-84 Plus CE the wonderful functionalities of the TI-83 Plus Addition Edition with this simple program!

    Props to RoccoLox Programs for helping out a ton on cleaning up the code!

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  11. In case you did what I did and deleted the CASIO folder from the storage memory, here it is so you can put it back on the calculator.

    From what I can tell this is just images to use with Picture Plot and Geometry, and deleting it could save you space for other programs, but hey, here it is if you want it.

    I exported the files from the fx-CG50 emulator.

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  12. This calculator can find and angle based off an X and Y value or can solve for X and Y based off of a distance and angle.

    1. Graphs any angle
    2. Finds coterminal angles (if over 1 full rotation)
    3. Works in both degree and radian modes
    4. Find the vertical and horizontal distance from the center to the point on the circle
    5. Shows the number of revolutions around the midpoint
    6. Simplifies vertical and horizontal distance into radicals
    7. Calculates 6 basic trig functions of an angle

    Note: will only work on calculators with color screens

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  13. This is a two-player game of Mancala, written in Python and built for the fx-CG50. Press AC when the outline is around the space you want to move. Let it load (this is also the point where you can exit the game if you wish), and after a few seconds, the next turn will start. At the bottom of the screen, news about the game will appear, such as when counters are stolen or free turns are acquired.

    There are two Python files: Mancala, and MancalaC. C stands for compressed, and is way less readable in terms of code. However, it plays exactly the same, so if you aren't interested in the code, save on memory and choose MancalaC.

    How to play Mancala:

    The game begins with the blue player picking up all of the pieces in any one of the spaces on their side. Moving counter-clockwise, the player deposits one of the counters in each hole until the stones run out.

    1. If you run into your own store, one counter is placed in it. If you run into your opponent's store, skip it.
    2. If the last counter you drop is in your own store, you get a free turn.
    3. If the last counter you drop is in an empty hole on your side, you capture that counter and any counters in the hole directly opposite.
    4. All captured counters are placed in your store.

    The game ends when all six spaces on one side of the Mancala board are empty. The player who still has pieces on his side of the board when the game ends captures all of those pieces. The winner is the player with the most pieces, but can also end in a draw if each player ends with 24 counters.

    Known bug: Green doesn't steal from blue when their go ends on their penultimate space from the right, even when it should. TBH, I have spent too many hours trying to come up with the formulas for stealing (just look at line 98 on the uncompressed version), so fixing this is quite a low priority. This scenario shouldn't happen very often as well, as it requires green's counter setup to be exactly 00-01 (closest two spaces to the right) and also requires there to be counters in blue's penultimate from the right.

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  14. a game similar to the long drive, (no car mechanics) where you go places, find food, oil, water, gas and diesel. make sure your car is fueled up or else you might not survive.

    my friend found as many bugs as he could, and I then fixed them, but if you find any please let me know.

    I am open to others looking at my code and using it for their own purposes, if you do anything interesting with it, message me and I will check it out.

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  15. this is a survival game that started to make a year ago on my sisters ti-84 plus CE, then I got my own and finished it on that about a month ago, I have continued to make small changes and updates to make it even better.

    my friend played this game a few times and has been the only one to tell me about bugs which I have then fixed, and if you find any other bugs, please let me know.

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  16. SASSIDE.8xp: This program prompts side a, angle, and side b to give you the length of your missing side. Simple as that!

    SSSANG.8xp: This program finds every angle inside a triangle by prompting side a, side b, and side c.

    TRIGLAWS.8xp: This program is more of a note program than anything. It displays the equations for both the law of sine and law of cosine. The formulas given are for area using SAS; ASA, AAS, and SSA; SSS for finding angles; and SAS for finding sides.

    TRIGVALS.8xp: This program just gives you sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent values from any given sides.

    DISCLAIMER — Any values using square roots won't entirely work, since TI calculators make square roots decimals rather than simplifying. I'll try to find some solution to this at some point.

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  17. This is a version of the classic board game Ludo (also known as "Mensch ärgere dich nicht" in Germany) for the TI-84 Plus CE. The rules are included in the README file.

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  18. get better at doing math in your head.
    you can test your addition subtraction multiplication and division skills.

    not the most beautiful UI but it works and keeps it a small program.

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  19. If you ever get in arguments, you should have this program! This uses Nash's theorem to settle any argument in the mathematically fairest way possible. In short, you come up with ways the argument could end and then you and who you are arguing with rate how they feel about each option on a scale from 0-10 (0 being worst imaginable, 5 being no preference, 10 being best thing ever), the calculator does many calculations with these and determines the best and fairest way the argument could end. More information about what this program does found here: P.S, the program still works if you don't want to do feelings on a scale from 0-10, and instead do something more precise with any amount like money gained/lost or people dead or something (just make sure you use a bigger number as being better).

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  20. All 140 standard web colors defined in .h header files

    Includes: rgb1555, rgb565, and rgb555 along with bgr versions

    Example (1555):
    #define ForestGreen 0x1224
    #define Tomato 0x7D89
    #define SkyBlue 0xC33D

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  21. My latest creation has been born, SlimShell. A new and improved version of zShell for the TI-84
    Plus CE calculators. This small shell is packed with new features and introduces a new design
    to adapt and fit your needs for a shell. Nothing too complicated, SlimShell can get the job done
    for what you need accomplished.

    >>> New features

    - 3 new themes for the user interface
    - Error Handler
    - Rename Programs
    - App Variable Support
    - Faster startup
    - Cemetech Easter Egg

    All under 10,000 bytes with Celtic CE.

    This version contains Build 2 of SlimShell.

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  22. First Fantasy II: Pokéwalrus is one of the largest TI-84 Plus CE and TI-83 Premium CE calculator game available. It is a RPG inspired by the Pokémon, The Reign of Legends and Illusiat series and serves as an indirect sequel to Darkblasters for the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus monochrome calculators and First Fantasy: Mana Force for the TI-84
    Plus C Silver Edition, TI-83 Premium CE and TI-84 Plus CE (Python models included). Set over 1000 years past two apocalypses, you live in a world where almost everything is a walrus due to radioactive fallout causing widespread mutations over time. Walruses in this world battles as many species for fame and it is now your day. However, a threat also seems nearby and it is possible that the future of this world lies in your hands.

    There are 15 dungeons, a large overworld map, 23 different attack moves, 2 healing spells, 306 playable characters spanning 10 elemental classes and open-world exploration.

    This fix to Magenta Version addresses issues with unlocking the final dungeon, extra credits information, some display bug during transitioning from one room to another from the right and adds poisonous attributes to the NEEDLE attack move.

    Requires Celtic CE library (see links).

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  23. Falling is a simple crash-landing game in which you are to pilot your space ship left or right as it falls towards a safety portal.
    All instructions are inside.

    Currently only available for the 83plus/84plus.
    I hope to port this to other calcs (such as the ti-86) in the future.

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  24. These two programs aim to find two prime numbers that have been multiplied with each other. PRIME6 is as simple as possible, and PRIME6D is a demo version. The idea is to find a number that is close to a multiple to one of the primes: plus, minus 167. To do that the program typically selects the first four and the last four digits to C and D. The demo version shows them and their GCD, and then prime factors them. Then they bring them to both to have a divisor 3 by subtracting 7 for C once unconditionally, and then repeatedly if necessary. This is done conditionally for D as well. The demo version then shows the initial product and the new values for C and D, plus what’s left in between them. the numbers are augmented to B, which is processed according to how many times 7 has been subtracted respectively. The demo version shows the value B divided with the two primes as it goes. I am grateful for input about how it works for you. I have not tried very many combinations yet, but it seems that when I input two Fermat primes, they are immune to the process, so there is a specific section in the program for them. Update: This version has had some bug fixes and cosmetic improvements.

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  25. RPN83P is an RPN calculator app for the TI-83 Plus and the TI-84 Plus. The app is inspired mostly by the HP-42S calculator, with significant features from the HP-12C and the HP-16C. The RPN83P is a flash application that consumes 2 pages (32 kiB) of flash memory.


    * traditional 4-level RPN stack (X, Y, Z, T registers) with LastX register
    * 8-line display showing all stack registers
    * 25 storage registers (STO 00, RCL 00, ..., STO 24, RCL 24)
    * hierarchical menu system, inspired by the HP-42S
    * support for all math functions with dedicated buttons on the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus
    * additional menu functions (MATH, NUM, PROB, CONV, BASE, HYP, STAT, UNIT, CFIT, TVM, etc)
    * various display modes (FIX, SCI, ENG)

    Installation: Install the rpn83p.8xk flash app file.


    * Press APPS.
    * Scroll down to the RPN83P entry.
    * Press ENTER.


    * Quit app: 2ND QUIT
    * Turn off device: 2ND OFF

    Version: 0.8.0 (2023-12-03)

    Major Changes from 0.7.0:

    * up to 2.5X faster on 83+SE/84+/84+SE
    * SHOW command
    * many UI improvements, especially for BASE modes

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  26. Bananas is an incremental game in which you harvest bananas from a tree or from a drop crate.
    Upgrades are found in the shop. Use them to increase your banana income!

    Currently the game is very minimal but I hope to update and add features.

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  27. This is a port of the game "Hangman" to the TI-83+/84+!
    Play with a friend, or have multiple friends team up and take turns guessing letters.

    If you make more than 5 incorrect guesses, player one wins!
    If you guess the word, player two wins!

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  28. Unlocks the full range of brightness on the TI 84 Plus CE! Get up to 256 levels of brightness, instead of TI-OS's 10!

    Big thanks to PT_ for making ICE compiler!

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  29. Turn your calc into a flashlight!

    Big thanks to PT_ for making ICE compiler!

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  30. Slopey will calculate the slope of a line with 2 points from that line. It will also give you the Y-Intercept as well as the whole equation. (Yes, I was that lazy in middle school).

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  31. This program works similar to other dark mode programs for the TI-84 Plus CE,
    with the exception that it will maintain dark mode even after turning the
    calculator off and back on again.

    To enable dark mode, all you need to do is run "prgmDARKINST" from the OS
    programs menu. Keep in mind that shells (like Cesium) will interfere with this
    program, as they use their own hooks which conflict with Always Dark. If for
    whatever reason you reset your calculator, you'll need to run "prgmDARKINST"
    again to re-enable dark mode. If your calculator is in dark mode and you'd like
    to disable it, you can follow the same procedure by simply running
    "prgmDARKINST" and your calculator will be back to normal again.

    I'd like to give a massive thanks to RoccoLox Programs for being a huge help on
    this project and writing a lot of the assembly code. Be sure to check out his
    projects as well!

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  32. Spriter is a simple, minimalistic sprite and icon creator for the TI-84 Plus CE
    and TI-83 Premium CE written in Hybrid TI-BASIC using the Celtic CE library. It
    features an editor for sprites using both xLibC and BufSprite palettes, along
    with options to export both to string variables and as an icon for a TI-BASIC

    You need the Celtic CE library to use this! Download it here:

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  33. This is a WIP, so don't expect miracles!

    This program will work on both color and non-color 83/4s, just send the correct program over!

    This will calculate your 1-10 rep range when given a weight and a rep range.

    Improvements will include calculating percentages and a peak programming calculator.

    I'd also like to add a save function so you can save your weights and potentially track progress!

    Just got back into calc programming, so it might be slow!

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  34. This program features a fast tile mapping program using DCS functions to draw sprites from a picture and a matrix. It also demonstrates a fast automated ghost sprite moving around the maze.

    Bear in mind that the emulator is not as fast as on calc.

    I know that Kerm Martian already created a built-in tile mapper in DCS, but (no offense) I found it somewhat confusing so I created my own.

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  35. This program demonstrates the speed and power of Celtic ce with a fast tile mapping program that draws sprites from hex data and a matrix. It also features an optimized automated ghost that moves around the maze.

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  36. This car pack includes one car: The 2024 Oxiti Increceba GT.
    It uses a slightly tuned up version of the Increceba's engine, and a transmission geared much more towards acceleration than top speed.
    However, this acceleration comes at a cost: the Increceba GT can only reach a top speed of 190 MPH, as opposed to the Increceba's top speed
    of 230 MPH.

    This custom car is only for Calculator Street Racing II: Evolution V2.0 and later.

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  37. made this myself, due to the fact that I thought Post-Tag-System was cool and I wanted it on my calculator.
    it is a model of computation similar to the Turing machine.

    there are technically uses for this thing, but using it on a graphing calculator limits it due to the fact that variables cannot be very large.

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  38. PRGM.CE Unit 1 is the first file in a series of PRGM.CE. PRGM.CE aims to educate people on how to program in TI-Basic (I'll try to get ASM, ICE, and others soon) coding language. This unit includes how to use Display (Disp) commands, Clear Home (ClrHome) commands, Output (Output() commands, and Pause (Pause ) commands. I also highly recommend you make a program to sharpen your skills after each unit. This is also relatively basic, to not make things complicated for coders just starting their coding journey. I don't have a TI84PCE Python, so don't expect to see Python tutorials anytime SOON.
    Only control is ENTER.
    Hope you like this file,

    ryanconmartians (btw this is my first program)

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  39. Speedread Edition One
    I’m hyping up this series a lot because I think even though this is pretty basic, it could end up being pretty popular, especially among fans of speed-reading “tests” on YouTube.
    Some pointers: Like always, the only control is ENTER (I haven’t figured how to use other controls yet but also expect that soon).
    Also, thanks to KermMartian for supporting me on this on my forum, and thank you to everyone who voted that I should publish this.
    Thanks to you, TIny_Hacker for making the amazing Spriter program which I used to make the logo.
    Referencing this in the future, you can call it “SpdRd[insert edition number]” in the SAX, Discord, forum and anywhere you want to.

    You might want to read the "readme" attached to the .zip


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  40. Area Finder Condensed (Perhaps Number 1)
    Area Finder Series (Just has a Normal counterpart coming soon for now) was initially made as an extra program for my PRGM.CE Unit 2 program, on variables.
    After you’ve tried out this program, it’d be greatly appreciated if you went to my PRGM.CE forum on Cemetech and vote on my poll.
    Same as always, the only control is ENTER.
    Calculates only triangles, rectangles, and squares.

    May be redistributed for educational purposes only. Copyright © 2023 by ryanconmartians. All rights except for redistribution for educational purposes reserved.
    When redistributed, ryanconmartians must be credited in this format: “ryanconmartians, creator of zip package and any files attached to it, defined as the zip package.”


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  41. A port of the pacman game for the HP Prime.

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  42. 16 visual effects are now available with rev 1.0:

    - intro combining 3 classical effects : fire + dot donut + textual siner-scrollers.
    - 3D Starfield v2.0
    - XOR Moire v1.0
    - Simple Blured & Bouncing Line v1.0
    - Spline Distorsion v1.0
    - Blured Bouncing Starspline v1.0
    - Classical Amiga-Like Rotozoom v1.0
    - Plasma Sinusoids v2.0
    - Dot-Based Shapes Morphing v1.0
    - Classical Lens Magnification v2.0
    - Mesmerizing Rotating & Burning Cube v1.0
    - Enter The Matrix v2.0
    - Morphing & Blur v1.0
    - Motion Blur on Spinning Cube v1.0
    - Rotating Sphere on textured background v1.0
    - Raindrops v2.0

    I also added a control menu aiming at changing some options, we can briefly see it in action at the begining of the video.

    Keys are :
    The user can use the following keys to interract with the addin (we can also let it run without touching anything):

    [EXIT] to leave back to the Operating System.

    [F1] and [F6] to change manually the effect.

    [OPTN] : to show/hide the option menu. While in this menu, the following keys can be used :
    [UP / DOWN] : to select the parameter,
    [LEFT / RIGHT] : to adjust the value of the parameter.

    Hope you like it...

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  43. A Sudoku puzzle for the TI-83+ and 84+. This was written for the first-ever Cemetech contest and was selected as the winning entry.

    Features semi-random puzzle generation and the ability to save the state of a puzzle, reloading it when restarting the program.

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  44. Relive the glory days of yesteryear with WEB1999: a simulation of the Web browsing experience circa the turn of the third millennium in the palm of your hand on your TI-83 Premium CE, or TI-84+ CE calculator!

    This is a non-interactive screensaver-style program wherein assorted pop-up advertisements appear onscreen and the computer autonomously fights a battle to keep the screen uncluttered, similar to the "Realistic Internet Simulator" Flash game from 2002 (sometimes also known as "kill the popups"). Older users with firsthand knowledge of the Web around the year 2000 will find nostalgic reminder while others will receive an impromptu lesson in history, and everybody should find the results fun to watch.

    This is version 0.1c.

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  45. My Cemetech Contest 26 screensaver. Run on HP Prime G1 or G2 calculator.

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  46. A screensaver written for the CC26 Cemetech contest. It features a starry sky with blinking stars and moving objects, falling snow with snowmen, and weird crazy color hyperspace stuff. Created in TI BASIC with the help of the Celtic CE libraries. Thanks to CoolModder and slyVTT for the encouragement throughout the development process.

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  47. My entry for CC26! It's a screensaver-esque program where cars drive back and forth, with a lot of fun easter eggs as well.

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  48. CURRENT VERSION: Added new category for it. Cemetech contest entries > #26: Screensavers.

    The CE Casino was originally made as a screensaver for CC26, but I thought, this was my best code yet. So here we are, me writing this readme to send to Cemetech.
    The CE Casino (from now on referred to as CEC) minimizes user input and increases power efficiency. After all, isn’t that the purpose of a screensaver? CEC does this by only
    using wait commands and running in TI-Basic.

    What CEC is about
    CEC is about a certain man going into a casino to gamble and make more money, as he is a puny millionaire compared to the billionaires and trillionaires of the world.
    When the man either goes in debt $2.5 million dollars or gains $5 million, different story lines commence.
    5 Million Storyline: 1: Gamble; 2: Criminal Empire; 3: Invest;
    1: Lose money; 2: Get Caught/Die; 3: Lead a long, peaceful life.
    1: Merge storylines

    -2.5 Million Storyline: 1: Homeless
    1: Die in rocket crash 1: Riches to rags to riches.

    Events that can happen while gambling
    Jackpot - 10%: +550,000
    Grandpa TImmy’s Illness - 10%: -350,000
    I. A. N. Effect - 1/110: Instant death
    Grandpa’s Extreme Illness (getting Jackpot and Grandpa TImmy’s illness) - 1%: -500,000

    Grandpa TI-mmy. TI. Get it? Bad pun…
    The reason why the story’s not set in Texas is because casinos are outlawed there.

    What’s next?
    Well, I have an idea to build a collection of games based on The CE Casino. I’m also expecting to have time to expand the CEC or just take the source code and make an interactive version.

    TIny Hacker - Spriter Program (for icon).
    Everyone who built screensavers with probabilities (basically everyone).
    Calculatordream for the extra support.
    Everyone else who supported me.

    Characters (mentioned):
    Eel(on) Musket
    Warren Buffet(t)
    The Engineer

    Copyright (c) 2023 by ryanconmartians. All rights reserved.

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  49. Version: v1.2
    Licence: ⟪BSD-3-Clause⟫

    Embrace a captivating visual experience with ScreenSaver, a mesmerizing collection of CE game screen savers designed to transform your idle screen into a captivating spectacle. Immerse yourself in a mesmerizing world of dynamic visuals, where bouncing objects, scrolling Calc's, and captivating animations come to life.

    - 80+ Screensavers *counts the sprites*
    - Automatic Looping
    - LCD Screen Dimming
    - Palette Fading
    - Creativity

    - Terminate with a Click: Simply click any key to effortlessly terminate the program.

    - Title Screen
    - Globe Bonce
    - TV Scroll
    - Solo TV
    - Bouncing TV

    Copyright © 2023, Alvajoy123

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