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#1 flyingfisch

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Posted 09 June 2014 - 09:59 PM

My PRIZM broke a couple months ago, and I am also moving on in life, so...

If anyone in the future wants to take over TakeFlight Productions, please contact me by email or PM on the forums.

I will probably stay reasonably active on the IRC, particularly in #casiocalc on irc.afternet.org, and #caleb on efnet. Probably will be somewhat active on #omnimaga and #cemetech too, though to a lesser extent.



I have compressed of all my luazm projects, finished and otherwise. You will need 7zip to extract it on windows.

I have also compressed my PrizmSDK projects, you may need to build them yourself, though some are already built.




LuaZM Tarball: https://www.dropbox....zp/luazm.tar.xz
PrizmSDK Tarball: https://www.dropbox....mSDK-0.3.tar.xz
PrizmSDK-libfxcg Tarball: https://www.dropbox....-libfxcg.tar.xz

 

 


EDIT:

I have created GitHub repos for the code, and I have deleted them from my Dropbox.

Here are the new links:

http://github.com/fl...sch/luazm-games
http://github.com/fl.../PrizmSDK-games
http://github.com/fl...K-libfxcg-games


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Posted 16 June 2014 - 10:13 AM

Bye

#3 flyingfisch

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Posted 16 June 2014 - 08:37 PM

Bye, I will stay active on UCF and #casiocalc though ;)

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 05:02 AM

That's good news

#5 flyingfisch

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Posted 19 September 2014 - 03:11 PM

I have created GitHub repos for the code, and I have deleted them from my Dropbox.

Here are the new links:

http://github.com/fl...sch/luazm-games
http://github.com/fl.../PrizmSDK-games
http://github.com/fl...K-libfxcg-games



#6 Krtyski

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Posted 25 October 2014 - 12:42 PM

You were the first guy posted to my comment, so let me leave this message, and say thank you.

 

Since Oct 2013, I have started "Casio Basic Seminar" and "Casio basic command reference"  in Japanese at my site. In Japan there are limitation to get useful information for Casio Basic, even Casio, a Japanese company even does not prepare those in Japanese. There is only User's Manual to get any tips for programming Casio Basic.

 

This is why I started my site to provide some useful information.

 

If, it's a big if, someone who speaks Japanese see this, please come to my site for more information in Japanese;

 

egadget.blog.fc2.com/






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