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Use TI Connect or TiLP to download SIMUL.8xp to your calculator. That's it! No other files are needed.

To play, you can run Asm(prgmSIMUL from the home screen or start it from any popular shell supporting the Ion format, including Ion, MirageOS, and DoorsCS.


When you start the game, you're presented with a title and a simple menu. Press the left and right arrow keys to toggle between PLAY and HELP. It actually matter right now since I haven't put anything under the HELP section, but it looks good, I guess.

The next screen that appears is the game menu. Press left and right to toggle the game speed. (FAST may look decent at first, but trust me: by Stage II, you'll be wishing you'd stuck with a slower speed.) The number at the top of the screen is the current high score at that speed. Press 0 to clear.

Press the down key to begin.


Simul 2 is comprised of four stages. At the beginning of each stage (and when you restart a stage after failing a game), you're presented with a dark screen that tells you your current stage number and number of deaths. Press 2nd to continue.

Each stage is slightly slower than the previous one in all but FAST mode. They all require you to pass six sets of games to pass. Whenever you die in any game, your progress in the current stage is reset.


There are six minigames in Simul 2: Pong, Falldown, Avalanche, Jump, Tunnel, and Obstacles. The first three use left and right movement, while the other three use up and down.


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You are free to download, use, and transfer this software at will. If the source has been made available to the public (in the case of TI-BASIC programs, if the program is not edit-locked), you may assume that you are also allowed to modify and redistribute the program with your modifications, so long as both the original author (DEEP THOUGHT) and the person making any modifications are clearly identified.