Desolate - A unusual game from a TI-83 Plus calculator ported to ZX Spectrum.

Another Saberman heads up for you all, as he has recently informed us that if you remember using a TI 83/84 calculator, you may be interested to know that 'Desolate'; a game from that specific calculator. Has been ported over to the ZX Spectrum thanks to Nikita Zimin. For those of you who don't remember the original game, it was created back in 2004 by Patrick Prendergast as a rather large RPG, that featured many different rooms, and inventory based usage.

According to the wiki page for this game when it was released for the calculator back in 2004, Desolate is a Adventure/Puzzle game with some RPG final fantasy type elements. The game has of the best graphics yet on the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus, it features lots of Items to collect, crazy Enemies, a complex story-line, 4 levels, hours worth of enjoyment, and more! So yes it may not have the graphics of a speccy game, but it's still worth playing.

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