|Title: Pegz||Language: Ti-Basic|
|Programmers: Brandon Green (BrandonAGr@aol.com)||Program Classification: Puzzle Game|
|System: Ti-83 & Ti-83+||Approx Size: 1500 bytes|
|What Is It?|
Pegz is a simple puzzle game that I found off the web and decided to make into a calculator game.
1. Unzip the file PEGZ.ZIP into any directory, usually your Link Software's directory (e.g. C:\WINLINK).
2. Run your Link Software and send the file PEGZ.83G to your TI-83/83+.
3. Run the program prgmPEGZ to begin.
4. Visit SiCoDe's website at http://sicode.ticalc.org/ for news and program updates.
|Window,Zoom,Trace||Select a peg to move disc from, push again on different peg to move that disc.|
|Clear||Quit current game|
|Any other key||Deselects a selected peg|
The point of Pegz is to move all the discs from the beginning peg to a different peg. The catch is that you can only place smaller discs on top of larger discs. There is a possible solution, some may find the challenge harder than others.
I get a memory full error: Reset your calculator then reload Pegz.
I don't know how to transfer the program to my calc: Read the instructions that came with your link software.
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