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## BasicOS

 Author: , contains some content from this Wiki. Download: BasicOS.zipNo Download Available Compatibility: TI-84+/SE Genre: Arcade Graphics Platform Puzzle RPG Strategy Sports Casino Board Utility Misc Rating: 4

A unique shell that runs programs and enhances file munipulation.

## TiCRAFT

Fast 2D Minecraft-ish game.

## Cheese Quest part 2

A mix between Pong and Brick-Breaker

## Cheese quest part 3

Shoot asteroids

This is the optimized version of my previous quadratic program. The functions are the same, but there are no errors and it is much more compact.

## Quartic Equation Solver

Calculates the four roots of a quartic equation.

## Geometric Sequence

With the input of any two terms of a geometric sequence, and a desired term, the user can receive two outputs: the value of the desired term, and the sum of all terms from the first term to that one. For example: if you only knew the first and the third terms of the geometric sequence 1,2,4,8, and you wanted to find the fourth, you would first enter 1 and 3 for first and third terms, and then their respective values, 1 and 4. Then you would enter the term you wanted, 4 for fourth term, and two numbers would be displayed: 8 (the fourth term) and 15 (1+2+4+8).

## Solitaire Encryption

This is the Solitaire Encryption algorithm that Bruce Schneier made for Neal Stephenson's book Cryptonomicon. Before, only a TI89 version of the program existed. This is for the TI83/84s. Give your calc some time, and eventually something will come out encrypted/decrypted. The outputs are stored in Str1 and the decryption deck is stored in ∟DDECK.

## Digital + Anoluge Clock V1

A very compact (610 bytes) clock with accurate hands and a day indicator.

-Moon Phase Calc

## Asteroids

The Classic arcade game..... now for Ti!
not sure how to upload pictures, if it runs on 83, how to fix all the bugs... etc. please comment and/xor rate!

## Fake Virus Warning

A fake virus program. Source code is below

## Tally Counter

Tally counter is a program that allows you to count a number forever. You are able to count (obviously), set the counter value, and it's increment. This version below is the modified version of the alternative. Make sure you understand and think through the code.

## Chess: Material Value Calculator

Calculates the value of chess pieces. Customizable values!

## Glyphs

A collection of most of the characters available on the TI, sorted by hex code and stored into Str0. Unavailable characters are represented by a "?". See http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/83lgfont for more info.

## 3D Rotation Emulator

Shows a model of a prism in 3D.

## Statistics Variable Solver

Calculates sample standard deviation, variance, population standard deviation, population variance, and the mean of a user-inputted list of numbers.

## Targets!

This is a game where you go around the screen and hunt down your target as quick as possible, and kill the COM before it kills you.

## Pong CE

Pong for CE calculators, with two game modes!

## Official hand-held TI-84 Plus Operating System

##black|The latest TI-84 Plus operating system 2.55 update* features MathPrint™ and is available to download free for TI-84 Plus and TI-84 Plus Silver Edition graphics calculators.##

## Key Game

A simple reflex game where a key code is generated on the screen. Push the correct key before you run out of time. A great way to learn the key codes.

## Ownage Hoops

A basketball shooting game. has 1 player vs. AI, 2 player, and practice modes. fun to play, includes AI, stats at the end, and a practice mode. It is related to foul shot by N*E*V*U*M_X although, the original idea came to me at PE class in school.

## Simon Says

A great Simon clone! For the Ti 84 +, that can remember up to 99 digits in its sequence! Remember the longest sequence and then repeat it back using the F1, F2, F3, and F4 keys. Good luck!