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PuzzPack v2.0 Released
Posted by Eric on 16 May 2001, 05:03 GMT

The fine folks over at Detached Solutions have released their long-anticipated PuzzPack v2.0 FLASH application for the TI-83+. If you're one of those lucky ones with a TI-83+ Silver Edition, you've probably noticed that PuzzPack v2.0 is included on the calculator; now it has been released to the public as well. The application contains four popular games: Dino Puzzle, Block Dude, Puzzle Frenzy, and Pegs. Download it or check out the homepage for more.


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Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
rgdtad  Account Info

Is it just me, or is the only change in the names of the names and graphics from possibly copyrighted things to their own things?

     16 May 2001, 22:45 GMT

Re: Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
DWedit  Account Info
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That's about it...

     17 May 2001, 03:34 GMT

Re: Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
GundamMan69  Account Info
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Your right. Because of copyright issues and all that other s@#$ they changed "Yoshi's Cookie" to Dino Puzzle and "Tetris Attack" to Super Puzzle or whatever. I think that this should have only be done if Nintendo(TM) had any beef with them using the names. But I think they would be suprised to see their games get on a calculator.

     17 May 2001, 03:39 GMT

Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
John Wyrwas  Account Info

Long awaited?? It's not a new version, more like puzzle pack 1.0.01, all it does is change the graphics and names of the games to uncopyrighted ones.

     17 May 2001, 23:08 GMT

Re: Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
Tim Bunales  Account Info

Theres practically no differnece.

     18 May 2001, 04:08 GMT

Congratulations 83+SE
(Web Page)

You can tell a calculator sucks when they have to put games on it initially. Can it do the serious computational features of an 89/92+? NO! Can it be used as a Game Boy Pocket ? YES!

     19 May 2001, 03:43 GMT

Completly off topic
Norman  Account Info
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This post is completely off topic, but, is it possible to emulate a computer printing on a calculator. Also, how does one connection to the printer. Thanks to anyone who responds

     19 May 2001, 18:05 GMT

Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
Jonathan Elliott  Account Info

Firstly, sorry if this is totally off-topic. I can't work out how this site's message boards work. However, having read these posts people seem to have been talking about what I'm asking.

Basically, I plan to purchase either the TI-83+ or the TI-83+ SE, but I don't know which one. The 83+ costs about 60 and the 83+ SE costs about 80. I know that the SE is faster and has more memory but I don't know whether it is worth the extra 20. Do you think so?

Thankyou for tolerating my n00bness

     17 October 2003, 21:33 GMT

Re: Re: PuzzPack v2.0 Released
Jonathan Elliott  Account Info

Note to self:

Read last post dates before posting!

     17 October 2003, 21:49 GMT
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