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Monster 0.83 for TI-89

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Name: Monster 0.83 for TI-89
File: monster-ti89.zip
Filesize: 63 kB
Downloads: 2854
Date added: Oct 15, 2002
Platform: TI-89
Language: Assembly
File Type: Game
Category: Arcade
Last modified: Oct 15, 2002
TI-89 Assembly Games


Shell: none
Rating: 7.2 (Good)/10 based on 9 votes.
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File Website: http://pad.calc.org/
Author(s): Patrick Davidson

File Description:  A grayscale breakout-like game with scrolling and 7 types of power-ups, including lasers and multi-ball. It has very smooth gameplay synchronized at 29 frames per second. It also features a external levels, high score table, multiple speeds, and the ability to save the game at any point. The game only takes about 9K of your memory. It is supplied with full source code. The program is in public domain so it may be copied or modified without any restrictions. This is a nostub program so no shell or kernel is required.

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Review by: jessef Reviewed on: October 19, 2003 at 20:59:31 PM
   
Graphics/Interface: 9/10 nice graphics sometimes filcker though. all gray scale games do
Playability/Usability: 10/10 I totaley suck at games but it is still fun to play
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 9/10 I can play for ever trying to beet the third level
Controls/Interface: 9/10 nice. when you die you should be able to play again whith out exiting
Overall Value: 10/10 great game
   
Comments:  
I have given this game to so many people because they love it when they see me play it. Especialey in math.



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Review by: mrkazooti Reviewed on: April 12, 2003 at 18:24:18 PM
   
Graphics/Interface: 8/10 Only a few different kinds of blocks
Playability/Usability: 9/10 It can be pretty fun.
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 9/10 Many different difficulty levels to keep you busy.
Controls/Interface: 8/10 When the level scrolls, the ball kind of zig-zags, making it hard to control
Overall Value: 9/10 Many levels to play on and this game has that classic breakout charm.
   
Comments:  
Imagine Breakout, the game is a classic right? Now imagine breakout with massive levels, no not just massive, monster levels. As soon as you can imagine that, you have Monster. The levels in Monster are so big that they have to scroll. While this may sound good, it is one of my only complaints about this game, because when the screen scrolls, the ball will move in zig-zags, not in a straight line. This flaw can be easily overcome, it just takes a little getting used too. The game is fun, it just doesn't have enough variety to keep most players entertained for more than 1 class period :). If you still can't decide if you should download this game, I would have to say that it is worth the download, especially if you liked the original breakout.
-MrKazooti


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