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Any programmers around here?

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1Any programmers around here? Empty Any programmers around here? Tue 23 Feb 2021, 1:21 pm

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Are there any Intellivision programmers around here?

What projects are you working on?

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2Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Thu 01 Apr 2021, 2:01 pm

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Hi there!

I think I'm in lazy mood, at least for today Smile


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3Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Sat 03 Apr 2021, 1:44 am

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Let's say prospective programmer. Started around the time the Intellivision came out, and I've always wanted to circle back around and write something for it.


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4Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Fri 30 Apr 2021, 8:36 am

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I'm always working on something ever since I put together my Portable Intellivision Development Environment , eliminating "no free time" as an excuse.  There are a few games I'm working on, but one I'll mention here is something called "Chessboard Games".


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5Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Fri 30 Apr 2021, 11:18 pm

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intylab wrote:I'm always working on something ever since I put together my Portable Intellivision Development Environment , eliminating "no free time" as an excuse.  There are a few games I'm working on, but one I'll mention here is something called "Chessboard Games".

Like this game?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.pyrosphere.chesslight&hl=en_US&gl=US

6Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Fri 30 Apr 2021, 11:22 pm

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No, although that would have been good too.


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7Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Sat 01 May 2021, 12:19 am

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what do you mean "would have been good"?

It's not too late for you to start
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8Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Sat 01 May 2021, 6:54 am

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I suppose I can replace "Knight's Tour" with this one, assuming there are no copyright issues. It does look like fun.


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9Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Mon 10 May 2021, 12:45 am

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intylab wrote:
I suppose I can replace "Knight's Tour" with this one, assuming there are no copyright issues. It does look like fun.

I've never tried Knight's Tour. I just downloaded a few versions on my phone to give them a try.


intylab wrote:There are a few games I'm working on, but one I'll mention here is something called "Chessboard Games".

If you are working on a collection of small games that can be played on a chess board, then I'd keep Knight's Tour.

Chess-specific thought games, like the Chess Light I linked to, may be a turn off to some people that don't have a good grasp of the game; where Knight's Tour is more simple to learn and grasp.

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10Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Mon 10 May 2021, 8:43 am

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FDR4Prez wrote:I've never tried Knight's Tour.  I just downloaded a few versions on my phone to give them a try.  

If you are working on a collection of small games that can be played on a chess board, then I'd keep Knight's Tour.

Chess-specific thought games, like the Chess Light I linked to, may be a turn off to some people that don't have a good grasp of the game; where Knight's Tour is more simple to learn and grasp.

Knight's Tour is a puzzle that involves moving a knight to every space on the board exactly once.  If you can return directly to the original space after the last one, then it's considered a closed tour as opposed to an open tour (bonus).

My plan was to have a number of puzzles with parts of the board already "visited".  But since there's only limited replay value once you've solved all the puzzles, I have another game that will have replay value and that takes place on a chessboard.


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11Any programmers around here? Empty Re: Any programmers around here? Mon 10 May 2021, 11:06 pm

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intylab wrote:
Knight's Tour is a puzzle that involves moving a knight to every space on the board exactly once.  If you can return directly to the original space after the last one, then it's considered a closed tour as opposed to an open tour (bonus).

I am familiar with the game, but I've never actually tried it before.  You can't really play on your own chess board at home without marking up the board for where you've touched Any programmers around here? Gaah10


intylab wrote:
My plan was to have a number of puzzles with parts of the board already "visited".  But since there's only limited replay value once you've solved all the puzzles, I have another game that will have replay value and that takes place on a chessboard.

that is like one of the apps/games I downloaded to my phone.  One version i downloaded is just a simple open board and it counts the number squares you've touched.  

The other version I downloaded has many flavors, such as different sized/shaped boards and boards that have squares that are blocked, etc.

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