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Firstly, open the zip file that you downloaded, and extract TIBOYCE.8xp, TIBoySkn.8xv, and TIBoyDat.8xv by dragging them onto your desktop. Then, send them to your calculator using TI Connect CE. If you need help doing this, refer to the video above.

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Once you have found the Game Boy ROM(s) you would like to use (you can find them with a quick Google search), go to this website to convert them to a calculator-friendly format (alternatively, you can use the ROM converter program found in the file you downloaded).

On your calculator, hit the [prgm] button, and select TIBOYCE by pressing enter. From here you will see a list of all the Gameboy games on your calculator and can play them by selecting one and pressing enter.

The Z80 CPU is most famously used for being the CPU (with some changes) used inthe original GameBoy and GameBoy Color, and for being the CPU used in the TI graphical calculators. The Z80 was intended to be binary compatible with the Intel 8080: the opcodes are the same (meaning that software written for the Intel 8080 can run on a Z80 without recompilation, and sometimes vice versa), but due to copyright issues, the register and instruction names are different.

In 1966, Hiroshi Yamauchi, president of Nintendo at the time, came to a hanafuda factory where Yokoi was working and took notice of a toy, an extending arm that Yokoi made for his own amusement during spare time while doing maintenance. Yamauchi ordered Yokoi to develop it as a proper product for the Christmas rush. The Ultra Hand was a huge success, and Yokoi was asked to work on other Nintendo toys, including the Ten Billion Barrel puzzle, a miniature remote-controlled vacuum cleaner called the Chiritory, a baseball-throwing machine called the Ultra Machine, and a "Love Tester". He worked on toys until the company decided to make video games in 1974,[3] when he became one of its first game designers, only preceded by Genyo Takeda.[4] While traveling on the Shinkansen, Yokoi saw a bored businessman playing with an LCD calculator by pressing the buttons. Yokoi then got the idea for a watch that doubled as a miniature video gaming pastime[5] and went on to create Game & Watch, a line of simple LCD animated handheld electronic minigames, which ran from 1980 to 1991 and had 60 variations.

Game & Watch was developed based on this philosophy.[17] At the time of its development, Sharp and Casio were fiercely competing in the digital calculator market. For this reason, there was a glut of liquid crystal displays and semiconductors. The "lateral thinking" was to find an original and fun use for this cheap and abundant technology. The NES and Game Boy were developed under a similar philosophy.[18] In the handheld market, Yokoi's refusal to adopt a color display for the Game Boy in favor of long battery life is cited as the main reason it prevailed against Sega's Game Gear and Atari's Lynx.[18]

Most of the mods using Game Boy and other retro gaming consoles feature some sort of new technology modded into an old console, but modder Alexis Sepúlveda decided to put a calculator inside a Game Boy, very cool!

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