Unofficial Demake Port Of Super Smash Bros Arrives On TI-83/84 Calculators

Super-Smash-Bros-Open-on-CalculatorsBelieve it or not, but there's a rather active community demaking famous video games for the most unlikely of devices. After having brought a scaled down version of Pokemon to the TI-83/84 range of calculators, this talented developer is back with none other than Super Smash Bros for the number crunching devices.

While this calculator port of the Nintendo 64 and GameCube hit is anything but identical to its console counterparts, its a wonderful alternative and creative attempt to demake the classic brawler. Currently featuring just Falco and Fox, Super Smash Bros. Open already offers multiplayer functionality and the ability to duke it out on the calculator's Game Boy-esque display.

Available as a free download, those of you who happen to have a TI-83/84 calculator to hand can enjoy this homebrew creation right now. Development on the title is still on-going, so expect more impressive features in the near future.

Link: Download Super Smash Bros Open for TI-83/84 Calculators

Last Updated ( 15 November 2014 )  


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