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HP 48 Chip Games

The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.


There are 35 files totaling 611KB in this category.

Alien   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotBased on the Commodore 64 game. Shoot the aliens before they take over earth.
By Jonas Lindstedt. 1997/08/21

Blinky 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   9KB/3KB
ScreenshotPac-Man style game with two ghosts.
By Hans Christian Egeberg. 1997/08/21

Brick   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
Modified version of Brix, another breakout/arkanoid game, that removes the space between the blocks.
By Andreas Gustafsson and others. 2008/08/12

Brix   (details) 48 ENG   7KB/1KB
ScreenshotBrix is a Breakout/Arkanoid clone.
By Andreas Gustafsson. 1997/08/21

C-Tetris   (details) 48   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotA full-screen version of Tetris for the S-CHIP interpreter.
Author unknown. 2017/06/18

Car   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotYou just have to drive a car through a scrolling road and prevent being hit by other cars.
By Klaus Von Sengbusch. 1997/08/21

CDIS 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   1KB
CHIP-8 disassembler written as a Unix shell script that uses Perl to disassemble a CHIP-8 program (either with or without the 48 download preamble) into the mnemonics used in the Telmac 1800 documentation.
Author unknown. 2017/08/09

Chasm 0.1   (details) 48 ENG   27KB
An assembler for System V Unix which takes a CHIP assembly language source file and outputs a binary to run in CHIP 48.
By Steve Scherf. 2017/06/30

Chasm (Amiga) 0.2   (details) 48 ENG   81KB
An assembler for DOS, System V Unix, and AmigaDOS which takes a CHIP assembly language source file and outputs a binary to run in CHIP 48.
By Steve Scherf and Gian Uberto Lauri. 2017/06/30

CHIP Emulator 2.11   (details) 48 ENG   213KB
CHIP emulator for the PC, with source code and executables for DOS systems. Also includes a bunch of games (all are included for the 48 in the SuperChip Library, though).
By Andreas Gustafsson, Hans Christian Egeberg, and Erik Bryntse. 2017/06/16

Chip Games   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/6KB
Library with a large number of CHIP games.
By Paul Smith. 2008/08/14

Chip Interpreter/GX   (details) 48 ENG   11KB/14KB
Chip interpreter for the 48GX.
By Andreas Gustafsson. 1998/02/26

Chip Interpreter/SX   (details) 48 ENG   19KB/2KB
Chip interpreter for the 48SX.
By Andreas Gustafsson. 2017/06/11

Chip-8 for Suns   (details) 48 ENG   8KB
A rudimentary CHIP-8 interpreter written for Sun Unix systems.
By David Moews. 2017/08/09

CHIP8 Assembler   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/3KB
An assembler for CHIP8 language that runs directly on the 48, with no computer required. The resulting output can be run directly by the CHIP interpreter.
By Gilles Kohl. 2017/06/30

CHIP8 Macros for M80 and STAR   (details) 48 ENG   13KB
Macros to compile CHIP8 code with either the Microsoft M80 macro assembler or the STAR assembler.
By Roger Ivie and Jan Brittenson. 2017/06/30

Chipper 2.11   (details) 48 ENG   50KB/6KB
Chipper is a toy assembler for a toy language called Chip-8, which is a video game interpreter commonly found on RCA CDP1802 based home computers in the late 1970's. Chip-48 emulates the original Chip-8 instruction set precisely, except for the calling of CDP1802 routines. Super Chip-48 V1.0 and V1.1 extend the instruction set of Chip-48, in order to utilize the higher screen resolution of the Hewlett Packard calculator, and also provide a few additional features. This package includes the Chip-48 assembler to run on DOS and the C source code.
By Hans Christian Egeberg. 2008/08/14

Field 1.1   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/1KB
ScreenshotAsteroid stampede. A quick update to the original FIELD! Super-Chip Game. This version has a few new requested features (variable speed), and some more details (like explosions and stuff).
By Al Roland. 1997/08/21

GETINT and CHID   (details) 48 ENG   4KB
Source code in STAR format for working with CHIP instructions, useful for compiling your own CHIP games. One program takes a CHIP program and an address and returns a CHIP opcode, and the other takes a CHIP opcode and an address and returns a CHIP mnemonic.
By Jan Brittenson. 2017/06/30

H. Piper! 2.1   (details) 48 ENG   24KB/2+KB
ScreenshotYou are presented with a 6 row, 10 column grid and a preview panel of 5 pipes. A starting pipe will be placed on the grid and will in a few seconds start leaking. The object is to lay pipes on the grid to contain the leak as long as you can. Requires SuperChip Library.
By Paul Edgar Raines. 1998/02/26

Joust 2.3   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/2KB
ScreenshotInspired by the old arcade game.
By Erin S. Catto. 1997/08/21

Mac Chipper 1.12   (details) 48 ENG   8KB
This is a Mac port (for 1991-era Macintosh computers) of the DOS Chip-48 assembler Chipper. Source code only.
By Hans Christian Egeberg and Andrey Dolgachev. 2017/08/10

Pole Position   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
A sample car race program for the SuperChip library.
By Erik Bryntse. 2008/08/21

Pong 1.1   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/1KB
ScreenshotThe classic game of Pong.
By Paul Vervalin. 1997/08/21

Puzzle   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotPuzzle game: arrange the numbers and letters into the correct order.
Author unknown. 1997/08/21

Race   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotCar racing game.
Author unknown. 1997/08/21

Single Dragon   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/12KB
ScreenshotFighting game with a helicopter, bombs, and more.
By David Nurser. 1997/08/21

SpaceFight 2091   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/3KB
ScreenshotFly a spacecraft in the year 2091 to save the (!) Amiga.
By Carsten Soerensen. 1997/08/21

SuperChip 1.1   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/2KB
SuperChip interpreter. Required by the games in the Chip section.
By Erik Bryntse. 1997/08/21

SuperChip Library   (details) 48 ENG   27KB/38KB
Library containing the SuperChip interpreter and many chip games.
By David Winter (HPManiac). 1998/08/23

SYZYGY 0.1   (details) 48 ENG   11KB/1KB
ScreenshotThe object of the game is to seek out "targets". You do this with your syzygy. Initially small, the syzygy will grow by some amount each time a target is hit. Eventually, your syzygy will be so long as to make tougher and tougher to get any points (and easier and easier to get killed). Confused? Just try it.
By Roy Trevino. 1997/08/21

Tetris   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/2KB
ScreenshotYet another Tetris implementation.
By Fran Dachille. 1997/08/21

UFO   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotYou have a stationary missile launcher at the bottom of the screen. You can shoot in three directions; left diagonal, straight up, and right diagonal using the keys 4, 5, and 6 respectively. You try to hit one of two objects flying by, at apparently varying speeds.
By Andreas Gustafsson. 1997/08/21

Unix Chipper   (details) 48 ENG   33KB
This is a Unix port of the DOS Chip-48 assembler Chipper. Source code only.
By Hans Christian Egeberg and Darryl Okahata. 2017/08/10

Worm 3.0   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotWorm is a game similar to Nibble.
Author unknown. 1997/08/21

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