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Aaron Curtis was an assembly programmer for the TI-86 graphing calculator. He was also a member of the ZAPO programming group.
(Screenshot of Blinded by the Dark)
He wrote a few high-quality TI-86 games including FallDown Forever, Defender (a side-scrolling shoot-em-up), and Journey. He also wrote an advanced RPG called Blinded by the Dark, which featured a complex graphics engine using raycasting, so you can only see parts of the map that are in your line of sight. The game won the 2004 Program of the Year award at ticalc.org. He wrote an assembly shell called YAS, which won ticalc.org's Program of the Month (POTM) award for May 1999.
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