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PostPosted: Tue 10 Oct, 2006 5:57 am 
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Oh well in PindurTI it is a little slower ... not to mention that it looks TERRIBLE! It runs better and looks heaps better on hardware :).

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tr1p1ea wrote:
I am also interested in you saying it is a bit slow? I dont think it runs slow on my calc ... then again we might just have different standards :).
I found it to be a little too slow too, but then again i'm used to pokemon blue on 2x speed.

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tr1p1ea wrote:
Oh well in PindurTI it is a little slower ... not to mention that it looks TERRIBLE! It runs better and looks heaps better on hardware :).

Terrible? You don't like the free rain effect? :P

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Okay, maybe i shouldnt say that ... It doest looke 'as good' in PindurTI, but it still doesnt look too bad :).

Im sorry PindurTI! *hugs emu*

I forgot to add you to the readme CoBB, ill update that now :).

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I didn't really have any trouble running it on PTI, the gray looks a bit rainy but that's all.. It does look better on my 84+ though.
I think it's really great, except when I got a bit stuck at a few flowers, but that's life. (don't you just get stuck behind a flower every other day or so?) It looks way cool and its fun so its defenitly going to stay on my calc for a while.


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can anyone pm me a copy of this? I was in South America when this all went down, and I was JUST reminded in another thread about it. Anyone?


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It is up on ticalc.org, you can find it here:

http://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fi ... 39172.html

I updated the link on the front page, thanks for reminding me :).

How was South America btw?

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Hah, I didn't even think to look on ticalc.org. oops. Thanks Pat.

South America was pretty amazing, though the details seem to be fading since I've been back. I took a bunch of pictures though ( http://picasaweb.google.com/jonathanhirz ) if anyone is interested. Highlights were hiking to Machu Picchu along the Inka trail, sandboarding in Huacachina, 9 days in the rainforest spotting monkeys, etc, and eating some amazing (and cheap) food in Argentina. :)


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