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Submitted by 8-Bit Jay 930d ago | interview

How a game design student in California brought Portal to a graphing calculator

VentureBeat writes: Alex Marcolina is a game design student based in California. He impressed the gaming community when he recently released Portal Prelude for Texas Instruments’ Ti-83 and Ti-84 graphing calculators. (Dev, Portal: Prelude, Valve)

wita  +   930d ago
Pretty nuts!
RockYou  +   930d ago
whoa, I wish UC Santa Cruz had that type of program when I went there!
JeffGrubb  +   930d ago
When is Steam coming to the Ti-83?
roblef  +   930d ago
Good heavens that's amazing!
Lifeequals42  +   930d ago
Very cool stuff!
idontgetit  +   930d ago
That is AMAZE-BALLS.
azshorty2003  +   930d ago
Great Science, time to dig out my old TI-83+!

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