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gbc4nspire v0.8 (Gameboy Color emulator)

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gbc4nspire.zip
Filename gbc4nspire.zip
Title gbc4nspire v0.8 (Gameboy Color emulator)
Description gbc4nspire is a Game Boy and Game Boy Color emulator for the TI-Nspire and TI-Nspire CAS, written from scratch in ARM assembly.
Author Brendan Fletcher (calc84maniac@gmail.com)
Category TI-Nspire Assembly Files
File Size 26,117 bytes
File Date and Time Sun Feb 28 03:50:07 2010
Documentation Included? Yes
Source Code Included? No

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Review
Review by  Brian Mc
Reviewed on 2010-03-18
The only reason I can't say that this is the greatest file ever for any calculator is that you need Ndless to run it. Without Ndless, the GBC emulator is useless. However, still think (and you'd be insane to disagree) that this is still one of the most darn amazing things I've ever seen.

The GBC for Nspire is done by the same person who did the TI-Boy 84 and full version of Chip's Challenge (which I'd suggest you check out, btw). This is a newer "model" of the original TI-Boy 84 for the TI84+SE. This version does not need the number pad to scroll because of the Nspire's higher screen resolution. The only drawback so far is that there is no sound, if you liked to use that in the old one for the 84.

As I wrote in my review of the 84 Gameboy Emulator, it looks way to amazing to actually be true. Somebody must probably be playing tricks to get their 15 minutes of fame. The truth, however, is that there is no joke. The GBC emulator actually works. If you can manage to get Ndless installed (a bit tricky for some people) you'll be ready to go. You load the emulator and ROMs to your calculator just like you would any other file. Happy gaming, and congrats to calc84maniac on another revolutionary release.

LONG LIVE THE GOD OF CALC GAMING! *salutes*


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readme.txt   2677
gbc4nspire_cas.tns   46424
gbc4nspire.tns   46424

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