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Warcraft TD Hell v1.1 beta 3 available!

posted Nov 16, 2012, 10:37 PM by Midreadias Lang

I've been testing a new updated version of Warcraft TD Hell.  I've been quite happy about it, and some final changes are coming.  There are a few new towers and monsters are being changed to see which ones need buffs and which are just too strong.  You can download it here:

Warcraft TD Hell

Have fun!

New guide for running TaranokAI on EXE versions of StarCraft!

posted Oct 3, 2012, 2:45 PM by Midreadias Lang

Many people don't have legal copies of StarCraft, which is understandable since it is a dated game.  However, running the EXE for TaranokAI doesn't work for those with the EXE version of StarCraft.  So I made a simple guide to getting it to work!

Have fun!

Running TaranokAI with Direct-EXE StarCraft

New Review!

posted Jul 18, 2012, 12:54 AM by Midreadias Lang

This weeks review is up!  I reviewed Doodle Jump for Ti83+ by Baptystes.  Go to the Reviews page on the left to see whether or not you should get this game!


posted Jul 13, 2012, 12:16 PM by Midreadias Lang

As you maybe have seen there haven't been too many new uploads recently.  I've been busy and also been working on many projects at once. 

Some things I do plan to release soon: 
A much improved version of TaranokAI
a teaser of what MS4 will look like

Also I plan to post some reviews of various programs and posting them on this site and ticalc.org.

New Java Section created! Also Roll Dice Game added!

posted Jun 11, 2012, 11:35 PM by Midreadias Lang

I have recently been learning some Java, so I have uploaded one of the projects I have had sitting around for a while.

You can find more info in the Java Projects section!

I'll upload any more exciting projects I have!

Virtual Planner v1.3 released! + other updates

posted Apr 17, 2012, 12:10 AM by Midreadias Lang   [ updated Apr 17, 2012, 12:35 AM ]

It's been a long time since I've worked on Virtual Planner, and to be honest, I haven't used it that much.  However, I am now finding a bit more useful with  more homework and such.  This new version doesn't have many changes, and to most people it will be the same but with v1.3 instead of v1.2.  The very few things I changed were just a few optimizations that most people won't notice much.

v1.3 can be downloaded here:
Virtual Planner (latest: v1.3)

Other updates:  Lightbike 2.0 was supposed to be out, but then I wanted to completely remake the game.  But then my calc went crazy I basically lost everything on my calc, and I didn't back it up.  So any calculator projects that I have been close to releasing will now be majorly delayed.

The past few weeks me and the guy from MusgroveProgramming have been working on an exciting new project called Planet Gravity Simulation.  It's supposed to be a simulation of a satellite orbiting a planet.  A link to it can be found here.

Info on New recording software!

posted Apr 5, 2012, 11:22 PM by Midreadias Lang

I have switched to a new recording software and videos will have 10x betters fps!  However there is only a small drawback, which is that the cursor will have a hourglass symbol over it during the video.

Awesome New Video!

posted Apr 4, 2012, 9:32 PM by Midreadias Lang

Amazing new video on Starcraft AI uploaded.  Goes somewhat into the AI's strategy to beat other enemies.  Impressive game!

Taranok AI updated to v1.22!

posted Mar 23, 2012, 1:26 AM by Midreadias Lang

Taranok AI features various changes.  The 3rd attack was removed because it didn't function well.  It now attacks earlier and expands earlier.  Overall it is just 42x better than previous versions.

Also, a video will be uploaded shortly!

TaranokAI (Starcraft AI)

New Custom Fonts are available for your calculator!

posted Mar 1, 2012, 1:30 AM by Midreadias Lang

I have created 2 new fonts to replace the normal font on your calculator.  One is called "Small", which refers to its relatively small text size.  The other is called "Sleek", and it has a more sleekish style to it.  Both require Brian Coventry's zStart, which can be downloaded through the link below.

Download zStart:

Download Fonts!
Custom Fonts Collection

All fonts are editable with zStart so have fun!

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