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Patrick Davidson is a prominent assembly programmer, as well as one of the most visible and longest active members in the community's history. He has written numerous high-quality games for almost every TI graphing calculator, most notably the classic shoot-em-up Phoenix.

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MaxCoderz Software was one of the longest running programming groups in the TI community (2001-2010). The group was involved in several of the community happenings over the years, including major program releases, group mergers, site startups, and site wars.

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Omnimaga is the current epicenter of activity in the TI community, with a highly active forum and a programming group called The Coders of Tomorrow. Its members are involved with lots of projects, including Axe Parser and Ndless. It has also bridged the gap between the TI and Casio communities.

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Spaze Invaders was the first assembly shooting game released for the TI-83 calculator, and it was programmed by Hannes Edfeldt. The game is based on the popular game with the same name that was originally released by Taito in 1978, and has the same storyline.

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