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This is a Rubik's rings game I made. Try to solve this puzzle!
|blokzle89.zip||4k||06-12-19||Blokzle Version 3|
A game where one must get 8 tiles in correct order in a 3x3 grid where only one space is blank...everybody knows this game! Very well programmed, much faster in this version, I think you will enjoy...
|game1589.zip||38k||06-11-18||Game of 15|
The classic game of 15!
|sldpuz.zip||2k||04-06-21||Sliding Number Puzzle|
It's the classic sliding number puzzle. You need to arrange the numbers (either 1-8 or 1-24) in numerical order in the square. This file contains two seperate programs for the two square sizes (3x3 and 5x5)
This is the classic sliding puzzle game, where you must shift the fifteen tiles to the correct orientation. You can also create your own puzzles, and extra puzzles are included with the program. This simple but tough puzzle can keep a person occupied for hours.
A puzzle game where you have to slide boxes and get one to the thing. Yeah... it's cool.
A puzzle game where you move 3 things at the same time and try to get them all on their spots... yeah. It's cool.
Atomix is a game that will make you train your brain hard, but that is not boring, so you can spend hours playing one level. You have to rebuild a molecule that has been destroyed, but you can only push the atoms (you can't stop them: they only stop when they meet a wall or an other atom). The game is fully compatible between 92+ and 89 (program and levels are the same on both calculators). The archive includes an on-calc level editor.
essayez de ranger les caisses
A TI-89 version of the Rubik's Cube, featuring a high score list and save feature
This is a game where you slide the tiles to rearrange them in numeric order.
This is probably the best BASIC game available (that isnt a role playing game of course). It can be described as a combination of sokoban and slippy. You must push blocks onto certain targets in each level. It is quite challenging, and there are ten levels. Runs smoothly.
Ya know, move the pieces around so it makes the picture
An original strategy game where the object is to line up 5 or more similar objects horizontally or vertically. Pieces may be moved from anywhere on the field to anywhere else.
A Rubik's Cube for the TI89