The King of Excel Macros

by john on November 4, 2003

PacMan and Space Invaders written in Excel.

I defy you to find a more obtuse use of Excel, or a more brilliant macro, then these two – faithful representations of PacMan and Space Invaders done in Excel. Must be seen to be believed.

If you don’t want to run the macro at least look at the screenshots.

{ 6 comments }

Joe Grossberg November 5, 2003 at 9:22 am

And as a bonus, we get some great Engrish: “Although I did not think it’s possiblele, but now it’s possiblele by the favor of the improvement in a performance of a personal computer.”

Ian's Messy Desk November 5, 2003 at 10:17 am

PacMan & Space Invaders as Excel Macros

The King of Excel Macros. PacMan and Space Invaders written in Excel. I defy you to find a more obtuse use of Excel, or a more brilliant macro, then these two – faithful representations of PacMan and Space Invaders done in Excel. Must be seen to be bel…

Tony E. Geizer November 18, 2003 at 11:05 am

I have what I believe is a unique possibility for a macro. How do I go about finding out if this idea is feasible? If this is feasible, where can I go to find a possible solution?

Please advise on how I should proceed?

Thanks,

Tony

Jeremy January 2, 2004 at 9:56 pm

hmm. i clicked on this link and it started copying files to my system32 directory without any confirmation whatsoever…. this is totally uncool – gonna reboot into linux now 🙂

Thompsonian February 12, 2004 at 12:18 am

Swamped

I’m swamped at work (with plenty leftover to bring home at night), but here are some quickies to take a…

vaughan May 5, 2004 at 6:57 pm

Copy the 36th cell from sheet 1 to sheet 2 and the next cell down
eg cell sheet 1 cell 20 to sheet 2 cell A5
eg then cell sheet 1 cell 56 to sheet cell A6 etc
then change the start reference cell number and destination number so that
sheet 1 cell 21 then goes to sheet 2 cell B6 etc

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