 By: Daniel Aguila Raskolnikov  217 clicks  That game is te famous Puzzle de 15 with 15 pieces and one hole. You must to order tha pieces which order is scrammbled. You can use the pen to move the pieces, Enjoy!   

 By: tancredi  188 clicks  The program allows the user to construct great circles, great circle segments, distance circles and geodesic triangles on the twodimensional sphere by entering two or three points with the pen. In mode 'M' (measures), hitting on an element opens a window with its data, which can then be changed.
On the lower half of the screen, the stereographical or the cylindrical projection of the sphere is displayed.   

 By: tancredi  132 clicks  The upper half of the screen is the domain of a complex function f:C>C, the lower part its range. The user constructs line segments or circles in the domain by tapping on two points. The program then draws the image under f.   

 By: tancredi  104 clicks  The program visualises the vibration of a string with fixed endpoints. It models the starting position of the string by a function f:[0,1]>R with f(0)=f(1)=0. The corresponding wave equation is solved by a Fourier approximation of f and a separation of the variables t and x. Each Fourier summand a*sin(n*pi*x) "
is hence multiplied by the factor cos(n*pi*t).
The pogram has three modes: data entry (by pen or menu point \'String\'), Fourier approximation (up to a degree of 40) and 'Vibrating string' (animated).
The user switches between modes via the '>' and '<' buttons.   

 By: tancredi  112 clicks  The user enters points with the pen. The program connects these points by straight lines. If the first point is hit again the polygon is closed. A new polygon can then be constructed by pushing the >button. The vertices of the new polygon are the midpoints of the edges of the given one.
Up to 30 configurations are stored and can be displayed via the <button.
When the number of vertices is uneven, the process is invertible and preceeding polygons can be constructed right from the beginning.
When the polygon is closed, the coordinates of a point can be displayed and altered by tapping on it.   

 By: JeanFrançois Geyelin And Onur Celebi  384 clicks  Ported from ti by vanhoa,   

 By: vanhoa  1134 clicks  vanhoa game set d.01052007 n.3 including 4 games:
Domino:
Escoba:
Phalanx:
LodeRunner:
Remember that the Setting hard icon will bring up the menu
pass: vanhoagamesetn4
  

 By: vanhoa  1261 clicks  Grav is a great game of guiding a ball through obstacle courses while gravity adjusts, or something to that extent. It's completely written in French. This screenshot demonstrates Grav on a harder difficulty setting  all of those little "X" sprites on the screen are moving.
grav est un jeu au principe simple mais qui se révèle assez difficile. Effectivement, le but est de diriger une boule à travers un monde. La difficulté vient de la gravité puis des différents pièges (piques, soufflerie, jumper, gravité inverse...)
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 By: vanhoa  1534 clicks  A one or two player game where you control tanks and launch explosives.
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 By: vanhoa  409 clicks  Strategery is one of the best thinking games of all time! Move your mouse over 40 levels of increasing difficulty to trap and vanquish the ghosts. This game will test your reflexes and puzzlesolving abilities.
Controls: [Clear],[Back],[0],[EXE],Arrows...   

 By: vanhoa  255 clicks  How to play:
First off, the game will set a deck of cards, and then shuffle them randomly. It will then deal out to 4 players, one of which is you, 13 cards each, and put them in order from lowest value to highest value. In Ditsy Elephant, the values go like this:
345678910JQKA2.
Then, the first player to go is the player with the 3 of spades.
When it is your turn, if you can play, you play 14 cards (all of the same value) with their value being greater than the cards played just before you, and a number of cards greater than or equal to the number of cards played just before you. In other words, if someone played 2 fives, you would have to play 2, 3 or 4 of any cards 6 or higher with equal values, such as 3 sevens. If you can't do that, you must pass (press diamond and any key with no cards selected). There is no difficulty level, because I just made the computers play the same strategies that my friends use, and they play alright, so you CAN lose...
Here I will try to relay some strategy to you, but it may be difficult. Read it carefully:
You want to get rid of pretty much all your singles ( oneofakind values in your hands, such as 1 seven or 1 four ), especially the low ones, whenever you can. If you have a lot of them, you're probably screwed. If you have a single 2, try to save it, because you can use it later to "ditch" some of your lower cards, or get rid of them. When you play a 2 or any other cards that "go around" ( when all the other players pass after you play ), you can play anything you want. You want to dump your lower singles if you have any. If you're going to play a card other than a two, play all of them. If you have 3 twos for example, it would be a good idea to try and dump after playing a single 2, then saving the other two for later, when you might win. You want to save most of the high cards until near the end of the game, so it will be easier to "go out," or run out of cards. Now, there is some logic used in this as well. If you and another person are the last two players, and he/she only has one card and you have 3 for example, and they are a double and single, for example, and it is your turn, for example ( I know, I know, just read it... ), of course you will play the double first, so they can't play, no matter what they have. If you don't do that, you really missed something in here.
That's the best I can do for now. It may not seem like strategy, so instead we'll call it "playing tips". It would take too long to explain any more. You just have to learn over time, so go play the game some!
Okay... when three people have gone out and people have gotten 1st, 2nd, 3rd and last places, and you are going to play again, something happens. The cards are shuffled, dealt, and organized. Then: 1st place gets the two best cards from last place, and gives last place the 2 worst cards in their hand. Then 2nd place takes the 1 best card from 3rd and gives 3rd their 1 worst card. Then they play again. Those are kind of like prizes and punishments for winning or losing. And there you have it.
Those are the rules you must follow, and the rules as I learned them, for Ditsy Elephant. Enjoy!   

 By: vanhoa  1043 clicks  A Mariolike platformer game with grayscale graphics, 3 types of enemies, a level editor, variable speed, and more.   

 By: vanhoa  344 clicks  GrayScale Slippy features 25 levels and as the title indicates, grayscale graphics.   

 By: vanhoa  245 clicks  The A.I. seems so easy... But try it!   

 By: vanhoa  1089 clicks  Your goal in Fiveinarow is to get five X's in a row while preventing your opponent from getting five O's in a row.
No screen shot yet.   

 By: vanhoa  269 clicks  CPCon45 is a clone of the wellknown Connect4 game for the ClassPad, where you have to connect a specific number of pieces horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win the game. The original gameplay is extended to use different board sizes and different numbers of pieces to connect (Connect4/Connect5).
No screen shot yet.   

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 By: vanhoa  269 clicks  It's difficult for me to explain, but you will understand the ruler after playing it. Enjoy!
Move:8/Up,4/Left,2/Down.
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 By: vanhoa  2433 clicks  Use stylus to drag the cars.There are 120 levels now.
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 By: vanhoa  2074 clicks  Left, right : [8],[9].
Jump : [1].
Shoot : [2].
  

 By: vanhoa  361 clicks  Like in PC :).
[EXE] : sound on/off.
[Clear]: replay.
[Back] : Step back.
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 By: vanhoa  506 clicks  Classic block dude game. Move by 2,4,6,8 or cursor keys. [Clear] to restart, [EXE] for zoom. Download the last version!   

 By: vanhoa  430 clicks  Random size  random level generate. Move by 2,4,6,8 or cursor keys, use back key to regenerate the level, clear to view the map. You must find to win.
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 By: Greg WIlliams  576 clicks  The Classic board game of checkers for the ClassPad. You can play against the ClassPad or against a second player. It even allows a 2way link so you can play a friend on their ClassPad!
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This game is from http://www.classpad.org
  

 By: Greg WIlliams  956 clicks  The classic board game of chess for the ClassPad. You can play against the ClassPad or against a second player. It even allows a 2way link so you can play a friend on their ClassPad!
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This game is from http://www.classpad.org
  

 By: Eric Vargas Albertson  289 clicks  Squares will flash in a random sequence. The goal is match the sequence in either the same order, or reverse order, depending on the current game level. As the game advances, it becomes more challenging. More squares will appear, they will flash quicker, the length of sequences" will become longer.
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This game is from http://www.classpad.org
  

 By: Greg Williams  1017 clicks  You have a pet snake and it's hungry! Using the arrow keys, guide your snake to the snacks making only 90 degree turns. If your snake runs into a wall or bites it's tail you lose! Be careful, the more snacks your snake eats the longer it grows!
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This game is from http://www.classpad.org
  

 By: Greg Williams  760 clicks  The popular card game can now be played on the ClassPad.
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This game is from http://www.classpad.org
  

 By: Brian Maguire ( SoftCalc )  476 clicks  Chip8 is a game interpreter from the late 70s and early 80s. Because it was designed as a portable, assemblylike language for small screens, it became popular with calculator enthusiasts.
There is now a Chip8/Schip8 interpreter for the Casio ClassPad 300. A number of popular games are also included. (games list and screenshots)
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This addin is from http://www.classpad.org
  
