Fan Makes "Super Smash Bros." Playable on a TI-83 Calculator

Modder Hayleia's demake is available to download and edit

Back in my school days the most popular game we had on TI-83 calculators was a dinky weed-dealing game called Grow. Needless to say, the ambition for creating games on calculators has greatly expanded since, as evidenced by the fact that someone made a version of Super Smash Bros. playable on a TI-83.


That someone is modder Hayleia, who has been working on a Super Smash Bros. Melee clone for monochrome z80 calculators for some time. Now, with the latest in the series out Nintendo 3DS and its Wii U sibling on the horizon, you can download Super Smash Bros. and try it out on a calculator of your own. 





Hayleia's version of Super Smash Bros. is open for editing, so anyone who wishes to help contribute can do so.


Via Tiny Cartridge



Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. He also likes to draw comics. His blog can be found at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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