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Post by kalan_vod »

So do you watch any game card shows? Like Yugioh? (spelling?) or so?
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Nope :). I played MagicTG for quite a while and I think I tested the PokéMon card game. But I really dislike Yugioh (well, internet says "Yu-Gi-Oh!").

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So, will we see a world map where you go around and battle your cards in diffrent arenas and have diffrent shops with diffrent prices and card types and selections? Not that it needs it, but it'd be awsome...
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No. I don't think there will be a world map. It's unnecessary imo.
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Update, 7 March
-ranking number 4,5 and 6 are written
-I added 3 more abilities for opponents
-it is 32 monster sprites now
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Post by kalan_vod »

Sweet! Man I hope you are staying modivated with this game, as I am seeming to lose my modivation :(. Hope you get this done soon!
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Post by NanoWar »

It's been a time.. :)
But there's big update. Very big: There's a new version.
Take a look.

Wizards/06-10-2006.zip *Fixed link
Have fun.

There's one known bug: Sometimes when you exit the game returns to your last fight without displaying it correctly. Just try pressing [Graph] a few times to finally exit.
I'm not responsible for any damage which is caused by this program.

I love it when people post their opinions (!).
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could you put the download somewhere that isn't password protected? It asks for a Revsoft username and password, and it will not accept mine.

*anticipation killing me*
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Fixed the link.
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Post by kv83 »

As I said on revsoft forum; This is a very, very nice game. Everyone should try it, it really is made with love and has a huge amount of depth in it. Good job, NanoWar!
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Wow, this game is amazing. However, the bug made it difficult to exit, even when I pushed graph a bunch of times. Other that that, it looks great. I will have more time to try it out next week.

I noticed that you use a two page app. How much of that space are you actually using? If I give this game to my friends at school, I'm going to have to delete a bunch of the games on there to make space for it. 32 kb is a lot.
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However, the bug made it difficult to exit, even when I pushed graph a bunch of times.
What did you do before precisely? Can you rebuild that bug? I must fix it.

How much of that space are you actually using?
About 25kb I think.

If I give this game to my friends at school, I'm going to have to delete a bunch of the games on there to make space for it. 32 kb is a lot.
Well, for a normal TI83+ it's big, but for a 84.. I think it's worth it :).
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Post by Liazon »

O_O Nanowar this thing has become even better than the beta that inspired me to join the ti community awhile back. Although I don't like apps too much, I actually like this one :D
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For those who can't play or haven't downloaded yet.
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NanoWar wrote:How much of that space are you actually using?
About 25kb I think.
If I give this game to my friends at school, I'm going to have to delete a bunch of the games on there to make space for it. 32 kb is a lot.
Well, for a normal TI83+ it's big, but for a 84.. I think it's worth it :).


yeah, while I have an 84+SE so it's no problem, most of my friends use 83+'s. This game is so good, I wish I didn't have to delete half the programs on their calculators so they could play this.

Is there any chance of you making a smaller, multi-asm file version of this? Maybe even a Crunchy compressed asm version to make it even smaller. I don't know how much work would be involved in this, as I don't yet know much about asm programming. If you have the time and are so inclined, it would be nice, but I can definitely understand if you're busy. I just want to distribute such a great program to everyone without having to worry about all the other programs I'd have to delete to make room for it.

Thanks. And, great game. I can't wait to play it some more this week.

Also, I'll see what I can do to recreate the exiting bug for you.
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