The TI-83 Plus is a graphing calculator made by Texas Instruments, designed in 1999 as an upgrade to the TI-83. Unlike its predecessors, this calculator has the ability to create, install, and open Flash applications, allowing the user to make programs using the TI-BASIC language for math and science, text editing, games, and other uses.
From 2003 to 2007, Gregory McLeod created many programs for the TI-83 Plus that would be released to the McLeodGaming website, with several being released to ticalc.org as well. These mainly consisted of games, with most being role-playing games, but other programs were made as tools for math and word processing, among other things. Prior to late 2005, McLeodGaming was exclusively used as a website to host these programs, and they remained available on the website until its redesign on September 2, 2008.
Below is a list of the 29 programs released by McLeodGaming for this calculator.
Of the TI-83 Plus programs made by Gregory McLeod, the majority of them are games. This is a list of these twenty games accompanied by images of their title screens, genres, release dates, and important notes.
This is the final TI-83 Plus game released by McLeodGaming. It released as a demo containing two chapters, with the rest never being released.
In addition to games, Gregory McLeod created six programs designed to help the user with mathematics in various ways, such as factoring numbers, solving equations, and taking notes. This is a list of these six programs accompanied by images of their title screens, release dates, and important notes.
This is the final TI-83 Plus math program, as well as the final TI-83 Plus program, to be released by McLeodGaming.
Three of the TI-83 Plus programs made by Gregory McLeod are classified as neither games nor math programs. Although these programs were initially listed as games on the McLeodGaming website, they do not contain any gameplay are designed for various other purposes. This is a list of these three programs accompanied by images of their title screens, program types, release dates, and important notes.