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Joe Wingbermuehle was a prominent assembly programmer for the TI-83 and TI-83+ graphing calculators. He released the first popular shell for the TI-83+, Ion, which was also designed to be compatible with the TI-83. He wrote several games and programs, as well as porting several games and programs by others.

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Detached Solutions was founded by former members of the TCPA, and was the premier Flash programming group for the TI-83+. Their most significant programs include MirageOS, the standard shell for the TI-83+, and Puzzle Pack, a collection of four of their games.

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Dimension-TI (Calc.org) was one of the three major TI sites along with ticalc.org and TI-Files, and was involved in much of the TI community happenings and drama. It introduced many innovations and enhancements to the community, and was arguably better than both ticalc.org and TI-Files at their respective peaks.

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Joltima was a classic role-playing game featuring several hours of gameplay, and was created by Justin Karneges in assembly for the TI-83 graphing calculator. Just like with Dying Eyes by Alex Highsmith, the game was eventually ported to all of the TI graphing calculators by other people from the community.

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