IMR-Bombers is a remake of
the popular Bomberman game for the Palm Platform.
IMR-Checkers is now 'Pocket Express Checkers', featurewise it could be called 'IMR-Checkers 2'.
Checkers for the Palm. It has an intelligent and
configurable computer opponent which can be an easy competition, or a pretty
tough one :).The game is fast thinking, small in size and optimized for the
The game starts out with a grid of 20x10. The rows and columns are filled with various symbols and shapes. The idea is to tap on all the symbols that are alike and are ajacent to each other. Simple, eh? So what's so fun about that? Well, first off, as you get rid of all the similar symbols, the columns collapse to fill in the empty spaces left by the matches. Everything shifts and you are left with trying to use more strategy in your moves rather than haphazardly clicking away at the board. You score points for each match which can be 2 tiles or more. It's really satisfying to see many tiles all go down at once through careful planning. The game is a true Pilot game...it's small and it's really fun.
Yes, snake for the Palm, modeled after the implementation of Snake on the Nokia 51xx and 6xx phones, small easy and fun.
Conway's game of Life :A cool implementation of
the game of life, featuring :
The 3D sierpinski is the based on the code from
our demo StereoMike. A 3d sierpinski is generated, rotated and blitted.
Nothing special, it was shitty until I learned minimal page flipping with
the pilot (thanks to the guy who wrote Cube3D). There's control over the
recursion level of the model (which is of course generated when the program
starts). It uses floats (haven't tried fixed point yet, might be faster),
and a pre-calculated sinus-table.
My first color program. An adaptation of the old MandelbrotV, only supporting a 128-color palette. Will work on an IIIc, a color emulator, and hopefully any new color device to come out soon (Sony Vaio perhaps).
Civax from CFXWeb asked me to make a small intro for his online demo and game development site. He wanted a PC one but I didn't feel like doing something small for the pc, so here's something small for the palm :)
Want to be able to read Hebrew on your Palm for free? check out this page to learn how to... (Now with a solution for flipped text).