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Ti-basic Games

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Looking at getting back into programming again after "break in service" and I'd like to recut my teeth on a text-based game. Like the ones I used to code for my Ti-86 back in high school using the Ti-basic langauge. Something simple, like a text based adventure game, no graphics. Any help, pointers, or references would be greatly appreciated!

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I would recommend Python as your get back in shape language. It's nicely Object Oriented and pretty easy to learn and has pretty epic library support. It's an easy transition to OpenGL later on when you want it with PyOpenGL.

-me

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How does python compare to basic?


It's a "real" modern programming language compared to ti basic [smile]

It'll be confusing and challenging at first, but later it'll be so much easier

-me

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