Most will require Java 6 or higher.
My first game, this game still doesn't have a title, and it probably never will. A very simple game, where all you do is move with WASD and collect money while avoiding the fire. For anyone looking into the source code, I warn you, it is an old program I made and also a mess. Good luck!
Overwatch Hero Randomizer
A fun game, Overwatch is well worth the $40 it costs. One of my favorite games, a fun thing to do in quickplay is have a randomizer choose your hero for you. This randomizer has five catagories: All, Offense, Defense, Tank, and Support. I will also try to keep it updated with the newest heroes. Currently, the newest it supports is Orisa. Please, though, for the sake of your team, do not use this in competitive.
TI-84 Plus Programs
Written using TokenIDE. These can most likely be recompiled for other TI Calculators.
Ever wanted to convert between different bases on your TI Calculator? Maybe not, but now you can with ease! Just run this, input the From Base, To Base, and Number to convert and it will convert from one base to another.
Whether you're in a Math class or you're some nerd that uses quadratics daily, this program will surely help you. You input the a, b, and c values from standard notation, and in a second the calculator will tell you the vertex form, both of the X intercepts, the vertex, and the range.
Do you need to graph some Piecewise functions? Because if so, this programs will make it nice and simple. Input as many functions and If statements as you need, and you are good to go!
This program will allow you to input any two of the opposite, adjacent, hypotenuse, or angle, and it will output the opposite, adjacent, hypotenuse, angle, sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent, all in simplest radical form.
Input any radical and this program will put it in simplest radical form.