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And I also find that the demo level of this is way harder for me. Stele, a copy of this game with different graphics and without the editors, I can beat more quicker. It requires VERY PRECISE timing in order to get past the spikes, because 99% of the time, I miss those green balls that make you reach the green heart and finish the level. TIC-80 really needs savestate support!

I wonder why you never released this on the TIC-80 website before Stele was released.

Do you have the *.tic file for this game? When I try to download the cart using the get command, it says file not downloaded :|.

I just want to play this outside of my browser.

There's textri() function now for rendering textured polygon triangles

Make a 32-bit Windows download

I suck at this game

What do you mean?

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Decide on your fantasy console's specifications. Include control input, graphics and audio capabilities.

The editors need at least some code or assembly language editor, a graphics editor, a map editor, and audio editors. There should be some command shell, and maybe a BASIC included.

You can reply to me all of your planned specifications here.

Also make your fantasy console support 32-bit

What do you mean? A TIC-80 game or a fantasy console that competes with TIC-80?

The PSP can operate up to a 333MHz CPU, and has a 480x272 screen, which I also thought it being four times the size of TIC-80's graphics buffer. However, lag will be more frequent than it is on more recent devices. If you'd really want to play FPS80 on your PSP, then you shat out of luck because FPS80 hogs CPU time, almost becoming unplayable under 333MHz.

I've heard that the PICO-8 requires at least 700MHz, and Voxatron requires at least 800MHz. So I suspect TIC-80 needs over 700MHz due to the better hardware specs than PICO-8.

The behavior with the frequency registers seem weird with the TIC-80 soundchip. It seems like it's a look-up table with a 1789773Hz frequency divider, playing a N Hz frequency with a value of N in the corresponding frequency register.

I'm concerned about the same thing!