HP 38 Games
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 30 files totaling 254KB in this category.
||38 ENG 24KB/12KB|
|Animation of two seals flipping a ball back and forth. A lot of fun for a gifted group - if you'd like to compose your own then documentation is included in the ZIP files on how to produce animations on the calculator, and on the PC using the ADK (38G only).|
|By Colin Croft.
||38 FRA 2KB/5KB|
|This is a program, written in French but easily understandable, that allows you to automate the entry and playing of music. Basically it asks you how many notes in the piece and then loops through asking, for each note, what note it is (do, re, mi etc), and which octave. You can also choose to enter a rest. The result is stored into L1 (one of the lists) and can then be played. Quite simple but easier to use than programming it yourself.|
|By Damien Iggiotti.
|Phoenix 38 1.1 (details)
||38 ENG 8KB/10KB|
|"Shoot the aliens, before they shoot you" could be a short decription of this game. This game is similar to Round 42 for the computer, but with only five levels.|
|By Davor Jadrijevic and Detlef Müller.
|Sliding Block Game (details)
||38 ENG 4KB/4KB|
|Find a way to move the big 2x2 block to the exit on the right.|
|Sokoban 2.0 (details)
||38 ENG 46KB/10KB|
|Fun puzzle game with 50 levels where you must move blocks, including sound support. Includes source code.|
|By Detlef Müller.
|Tetris 2.7 (details)
||49/50 48 39/40 38 ENG 29KB/7KB|
|This is Tetris2, a very nice Tetris game for all HP graphing calculators (38G, 39G, 40G, 48, 49G). Some features: small size (<6.5kb though a very good size/performance ratio), very close to the original TETRIS gameplay, configuration of the gameplay + three game modes, 2-Player games via serial I/O (IR or wire), runs well on Emu48 (sp 8+).|
|By Detlef Müller and Raymond Del Tondo.
||38 ENG 1KB/3KB|
|This is a very neat practical joke program written by Cathy Edward's brother (slightly modified by Colin Croft). It puts a false picture of the HOME view on the screen and then no matter what key the person hits, it just puts up a message saying "Go away I'm busy!". Press ON two or three times quickly to get out.|
|Unknown original author and Colin Croft.
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