Pac-Man Game for TI-84 Plus CE | Free Download

Never fall victim to boredom in math class again! Pac-Man, the classic arcade game first released in Japan in 1980, is available for TI-84 Plus CE calculators thanks to MateoConLechuga from cemetech.net. Surprisingly, gameplay is very smooth and the graphics and movements appear authentic.

Installing the Game

Once you download the game below, you will need to connect your calculator to a computer using the USB cable that came with it. You also need to have TI Connect CE installed on your computer which you can get by clicking the link.

Pac-Man for TI-84 Plus CE

Once your calculator is connected and you’ve opened TI Connect CE, select Actions → Add Files from Computer… and you should see a window similar to the screenshot below.

Installing Pac-Man

Make sure your calculator is connected and press Send. Once complete, you can unplug your calculator.

Playing the Game

To play the game, you cannot just run the program from the program menu. You first need to go to the catalog (2nd → 0) and select Asm(. You then can press prgm and select PACMAN.

: Asm(prgmPACMAN)

pacman step 1

The rest is self explanatory and you can begin playing the game. To transfer the game to your friends’ calculators all you need it the mating cable that came with your calculator and connect two TI-84 Plus CE’s together. In the menu found by accessing link (2ndX,T,θ,n), have the receiving calculator select RECEIVE and the other SEND → Prgm…

pacman step 2

6 Comments

  1. This did not work. My screen did not look like the screen you posted. Instead, it took me to my files, and when i found the file, i clicked it and it said that it was invalid and couldn’t be sent to my calculator. i am very disappointed and frustrated with this.

    1. I’m sorry to hear that! The one thing I can think of that might be causing the problem is that you did not unzip the download folder. Trying to select a file inside a zipped folder will deny access. Once you download the folder, right click it and select “Extract All” on Windows (or something similar if you’re on a Mac). Choose a destination folder to extract the game file to. Then in TI Connect, browse to the new location of the unzipped file. Let me know if that solves the problem!

  2. Thank you so much for posting this guide. I recently installed it and it works perfectly. I have been using it during class bc algebra in 8th grade gets boring lol. Thank you!!!

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