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Am I the only one...

who uses my ASM skills to do stuff BESIDES hacking?
Like, say, idk... programming 15 games for TI-84 PLUS CE Calculators?
There is a lot more you can do people.
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Hey, some people do homebrew. I still have Ladida's Bad Apple reproduction for the SNES.
He was also working on a Smash Bros game. Pretty insane.
That sounds kinda boring not gonna lie.
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Hey, when you're bored in stats class and got nothing but one of those TI 83 calculators...


I've been thinking of looking into homebrew, myself. Hacking still would provide a lot of nice things though (I imagine I'd implement my SPC700 engine using one of SMW's addmusics, unless there are better open source engines out there in the SNES community).
Am I the only one...

who gets kind of annoyed by click-bait titles on smwcentral?
Originally posted by Torchkas
who gets kind of annoyed by click-bait titles on smwcentral?


Eh.

Also I don't really see the point in using ASM outside of SMW hacking because there are probably easier codes to use.
Originally posted by Decoy Blimp
Also I don't really see the point in using ASM outside of SMW hacking because there are probably easier codes to use.

easier languages*

Also if you're doing homebrew for older computers or consoles, you're pretty much stuck with either ASM or C most of the time, if I'm not mistaken.
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Originally posted by lion
Also if you're doing homebrew for older computers or consoles, you're pretty much stuck with either ASM or C most of the time, if I'm not mistaken.

Depends. You might even have trouble finding a C compiler for older architectures!



Anyone coding for an old system is doing so for hobbiest reasons. If you want an easy time making games, get game maker (or whatever new fancy tools are out these days).
Originally posted by Kaijyuu
Anyone coding for an old system is doing so for hobbiest reasons. If you want an easy time making games, get game maker (or whatever new fancy tools are out these days).

Unity and UE4 are the most popular ones nowadays.

People still use stuff like GameMaker Studio however (see: Undertale).
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I'd program Mastermind on to my TI-84 (the sole reason I didn't fall asleep in Spanish). Then a teacher would erase my calculator's programs to prevent cheating, or my calculator would run out of battery...