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test 2 by geekboy
October 19, 2015, 08:23:41 pm

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Promising Projects - 2015 Quarter 2.3 by geekboy
October 19, 2015, 08:23:24 pm

Here we go, my (month late) quarterly, subjective, news coverage.Not going to lie, I love me my Cave Story. The freebie game from the early 2000s had an SDL port a while back, and said SDL port now has an nSDL Port for the Nspire series (although it is only playable on the CX). [member=15760]gameblabla[/member] did a fantastic job with this. If you loved the original or haven't played the original, I suggest you check it out. He also made some other nSDL Ports that are equally as awesome.A port of nspire_emu for x86-based Android phones/tablets. Now you can take your calculator projects on the go (if you don't already have your calculator on you). [member=8818]SpiroH[/member] has done an epic job with this. Keep up the good work!A 3D library for 68k calcs. It looks awesome and has a lot of potential for usage. Thanks to [member=14465]catastropher[/member] for this epic library.Sorunome's continuation of DJ Omnimaga's Reuben Quest RPG series. As a lover of the original games, I can say that [member=2822]Sorunome[/member] has done a great job keeping the spirit of the original games alive.An original RPG by [member=22043]Escheron[/member] [member=157]Geekboy1011[/member] and [member=22]Iambian[/member] that is simply outstanding looking. If you are on hcwp, you'll see them working on it, and they are doing a phenomenal job. Can't wait for the release![member=14749]Vogtinator[/member] made an emulator for nspire calculators. It is cross-platform (and cross-mobile platform) and is open source. It is 100% awesome.

Edit: Changed X3D image to one for the actual engine. Not one for a completily different thing that just happens to be in the same thread ~ Geekboy

yet another random test by Sorunome
March 18, 2015, 05:23:58 pm

enotify seems to be working smoothly without any glitch, so far

random test by soru2
March 18, 2015, 04:57:22 pm

who doesn't like testing?

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