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Bobby Carrot Released
Posted by Ryan on 6 July 2011, 16:23 GMT

Yesterday, Chockosta released the final and complete version of Bobby Carrot for the TI-Nspire series. Bobby Carrot is a Lua-developed puzzle game in the vein of Chip's Challenge and requires some delicate planning in order to maneuver through and manipulate the world in such a way as to allow for the collection of all carrots on the map. Featuring 50 levels, color and lovely greyscale, and a level editor (included in the earlier TI-BANK release here), this Lua game should definitely not be missed. Check out a video of Bobby Carrot in action, both in color and an earlier version in greyscale.

Not being one to leave it at that, Chockosta has also released Snake, a version of the popular Nibbles game, as well as Alien Invaders, a Space Invaders clone. Hats should come off to Chockosta for his efforts in expanding the Lua catalog for the TI-Nspire platform in such an outstanding manner.

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Re: Bobby Carrot Released
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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Congrats Chocosta. I've tried this on the emulator and it is awesome! This feature is deserved! :)

Reply to this comment    6 July 2011, 20:45 GMT

Re: Re: Bobby Carrot Released
Jim Bauwens Account Info
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Yes, its a very nice game :)
Congratulations with the feature!

Reply to this comment    8 July 2011, 20:22 GMT

Re: Bobby Carrot Released
Tom Lake  Account Info

Is the source code available somewhere? I'd like to learn Lua by studying excellent programs such as this one.

Reply to this comment    9 July 2011, 02:13 GMT

Re: Re: Bobby Carrot Released
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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You could ask here(click url)

Reply to this comment    9 July 2011, 09:23 GMT

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