Il s'agit de programmer un jeu addictif pour calculatrices TI-83 Plus et TI-84 monochrome.
Pas besoin donc de mettre forcément en oeuvre des techniques extraordinaires: on demande simplement un jeu qui donne envie d'être joué et rejoué avec le moins de lassitude possible - un concours donc à la portée du plus grand nombre!
Les langages de programmations autorisés sont:
- le langage interprété TI-Basic
- l'assembleur, l'axe, et les bibliothèques d'extension du TI-Basic
Notons que les jeux programmés en TI-Basic pour TI-82 Stats et TI-83 fonctionneront sans aucun problème sur TI-83 Plus et TI-84 monochrome - le concours est donc à la portée de tous!
- 1er prix:la nouvelle calculatrice TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition couleur
- 2ème prix:un lot de 2-3 calculatrices TI monochromes
- 3ème prix:un T-shirt Omnimaga
This year our contest is about what makes gaming on the calculator fun. That means simple games that make you want to go back and play over and over again. Not because they are technically challenging or visually the most interesting, but because the concept makes the game stand out as an enjoyable item to have on your calculator. For this contest, we are focusing on the TI-83+ series (TI-83+/SE,TI-84+/SE). Please see below for the list of categories.
We have 2 categories this year:
- 1. BASIC
- 2. Axe/Assembly/Hybrid BASIC
Contestants should email their entries to O M N I M A G A 2 0 1 3 @gmail.com by November 5th 2013, 12:00 AM UTC-5. Please remember to include a readme file with your entry and instructions on how to play your game. Also remember to include information on any libraries that may be needed in order to run your game.
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1: The game must not contain adult material or extremely offensive content (such as racial slur).
2: You are not allowed to enter a project that was started prior the start of the contest. You can use code, images, and ideas from it, though.
3: You are allowed (and encouraged) to announce updates and screenshots of your project anywhere, but you are NOT allowed to provide any download copies of it (or the entire source code) to anyone until the end of the contest.
4: Help is allowed, as long as you respect rule #3. Also, keep in mind that usage of other people's code may affect your originality score considerably.
5: You must have a forum account to participate.
6: Only one entry per person per category is allowed
7: Your entry must be submitted before November 5th 2013, 12:00 AM UTC-5. We will not be accepting any more entries past this deadline.
8: Omnimaga has the right to change and modify the rules at any time.
Forum members interested in judging should message a staff member. You may judge any category that you are not participating in. A grading rubric will be posted soon as it has been typed up. Good luck everyone!