Super Smash Bros. Playable on Graphing Calculators
This is for all you Super Smash Bros. addicts who got caught having your Nintendo 3DS out during class.
Forget trying to calculate cosines, tangents and theoretical numbers on your TI-83 and TI-84. Tiny Cartridge reports that, thanks to Hayleia, you can now play a demake port of Super Smash Bros. on your TI-83/84 calculator. Now there's a reason to lug around that calculator that's half the size of your head and it's not just to figure out the square root of 6,304.
Despite being in its early stages, the game appears to be fully functional. You can battle Falco as Fox or Fox as Falco very happily while your math teacher drones on about the homework you totally didn't do last night in a multiplayer battle against your friends. We remember being able to play Pong, Frogger, Tetris and other retro-style games on graphing calculators, but never anything as intricate as Super Smash Bros.
If you want more characters to play, Tiny Cartridge invites you to help Hayleia out a little bit with the development. Check the pictures below if you want to see some of these graphing calculator-based Smash attack: