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I didn't want to thread crap on another area so... I think this old TRS-80 game might be another candidate for a port. It has a little space invaders type play with a few tweaks, multiple hits on upper levels (like Parsec), and the docking between levels (for a change up). It was fun to play, even with the blocky black and white graphics. It might be nice to see this converted. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6qg1JAWe-w
Internet gaming for the TI! A whole new niche for the TI-Universe Internet Gaming, it's already a reality on many game systems and computers... and has been for many years. Why not the TI too? We have RS-232 ports, many of us already have or can get an inexpensive and easily obtainable Lantronix UDS-10 capable of getting our TI's on the net. It seems like we are halfway there already. The last step seems possible, if so whats holding us back? Can you imagine playing a simple game of Tank, Spacewar, Battleship or even Chess over the Internet with another TI'er using your TI? There are lot's of potential games that could be ported too. We'd have years of new stuff to look forward to. With all these Uber Carts, maybe a 'good sized' game might be developed as well to pack a more complex two player head to head type game of something like Road Hunter? Heck, I not sure about speed, but if a proper data library for XB could be developed, even an Extended BASIC game might be possible... it would sure be fun even for us 'lower level' programmers. Where this could eventually take us, who knows. Thoughts? Suggestions? Exclamations? Expletives?