wow... thats crazy... dot-matrix style doom.
Uhm... You may want to do another fact check on the likelihood of a Duke Nukem Forever release :-)
^I think it was suppose to be a joke.... lol
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WOW, neat. I should get my self a nspire, lets see what teachers have to say about that in class xD
Yes, but can it run Crysis?
This is pretty cool...but I think the TI-Nspire is more than capable of playing the 17 year old title.
Doom System requirements: 80386 class CPU, 4 MB of RAM
The TI-NS2006A controller in the TI-Nspire is running at 90mhz, plenty of horse power!!
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I'm pretty sure this has been around for a very long time. When I was in highschool we were playing Doom on our Ti-82 graphing calculators. It wasn't great but it worked.
Yeah... Old news. I was playing Doom 10 years ago on my TI-92 Plus.
Ti calculators are some old ass deliberatly crippled computers. Quite sad actually. Impressed at what the guys did to Doom, not what the calculator is capable of.
it looks hella impressive, but it would be even more impressive it would at least make beeps!
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