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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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SiCoDe Software was the most well-known and accomplished TI-Basic programming group. They not only released several quality TI-Basic programs and tutorials, but really helped to raise the level of TI-Basic programming and gave TI-Basic credibility in the larger TI community.

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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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Alien Breed is a series of top-down view shoot-em-up games across many of the Z80 calculators by James Vernon, based on the series of the same name for Amiga/PC computers by Team 17. The first 2 games in the series were written in TI-Basic, then the rest are written in assembly, introducing more features as the series progressed.

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