TI Graphing Calculator FAQ

Guide to getting games

[calculators] by Ray Kremer [calculators]

So you've got a new TI graphing calculator, and the first thing in your mind is to use it as a handheld gaming system. Shame on you. Only kidding. I've been known to play a few calculator games myself. What follows is a guide to downloading and installing games, with references back to the main FAQ pages for more detailed descriptions. While Windows is referred to specifically, most of this is the same or similar for Mac users.

Other game downloading help pages can be found at calcgames.org and ticalc.org.

Getting games from the internet

Setting up the TI Connectivity cable

Sending the games from the computer to the calcualtor

Running assembly games

Running Basic games

Deleting games from the calculator

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