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Desc:Short and sweet...
Category:Science & Technology, Video Games
Tags:Zelda, short and sweet, calculator, TI-83+, geekdom
Submitted:Toenails
Date:03/09/09
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Rovin
This doesn't look like the end of a ledge at all.
spencer
HOW.

MrBuddy
short

puddin p
sweet

Charles
punchline

poopskin
back in middle school, getting tetris to play on your graphing calculator guaranteed your popularity in math class. Until the teacher caught on...
Toenails
This Zelda game (made by a user named Spencer on the revsoft.org website) on the TI-83+ beat out DJOmnimaga's Zelda Game found on:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITlzO3UNqCw

Although DJOmnimaga has a more lengthy and in-depth review of his Zelda game, "Dark Link Quest" looks like nothing but a ZZT mod, and not a sprite-for-sprite recreation of Link's Awakening.

Although, now that I think about it, making a ZZT game on the TI-83+ is giving me a nerdgasm.
Old_Zircon
Discovering ZZT is the greatest of my middle school computer rites of passage.

nuzzles
Weirdly enough, this morning, I had unearthed my TI-83 and was wondering if anyone had ever made a Zelda game for it.

Then I remembered, I had this pushy block puzzle game on there- I really liked it and now I want to play it again, but my calculator doesn't work.

Note: This pushy block puzzle game and the fact that it was right there on my calculator is why I'm so bad at math.
pastorofmuppets
Blockman, right? I had it for DOS but I remember someone doing a popular calculator version.

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