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CHECK SUM tool

last updated on 09/17/2014

"CHECK SUM" tool adds Check Sum at end of each line in machine program saved in TEXT format.  This tool is useful when used with "HEX LOADER."

Using CHECK SUM

check_sum.zip



HEX LOADER
for SHARP PC-E500
last updated on 12/05/2013

"HEX LOADER for PC-E500" loads machine language program that is saved in TEXT format on your desktop computer to your PC-E500 series pocket computers.

Using HEX LOADER

HEX_LOADER_ENGLISH.zip



Down the River!
for SHARP PC-E500
last updated on 02/09/2013





To see the program, click here.

The objective of "Down the River!" game is to avoid obstacles and get to the bottom of river.

When the game is in play, if you do nothing, you will move downward.  If you press the space key, you will move upward.  Avoid obstacles to get to the bottom of the river.

Good luck!



 
Land it!
for SHARP PC-E500
last updated on 02/03/2008



To see the program, click here.

The objective of "Land it!" game is to land an airplane only by adjusting horizontal stabilizer.

If you press a key, the airplane will go upward.  When no key is pressed, the airplane will go downward.

If you land the airplane on the land, you will get 1 point.  If the airplane is landed on the darkened area on the land, you will get 5 bonus points.
Also, if you land the airplane on the edge (left edge (close to the ocean) or right edge (close to the wall), it does not matter), you will get 4 bonus points.

There are 9 stages altogether.  If you finish all the 9 stages, you will be taken back to the 1st stage but this time, the speed of the airplane
is faster, and the gravity is stronger.  In addition to that, you must land the airplane with less than 0.25 impact in order to land it
successfully.

Good luck!



 
PockePonga
for SHARP PC-E500
last updated on 02/03/2008



I wrote this program to study Machine language ('Assembly language' to be precise) so the game itself is very boring.

To see this program (written all in Assembly langauge), click here.

I put comments in the program as much as possible so this would be a good place to start for
someone who wants to start learning machine language.

Because it is a bit tricky to transfer this program to the pocket computer, assemble it, and run it, I've put together
instructions on how to do this
here.



 

Pocket Card Baseball
for SHARP PC-E500
last updated on 06/20/2007





Pocket Card Baseball game is based on 'Pencil Baseball' game you might have played during recess when you were in elementary school.  If you don't know what the 'Pencil Baseball' is, here is a quick explanation doc I put together.

To see this program, click here.

To download this program, click here .





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