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Clement Vasseur (CLEM) was an assembly programmer for the TI-85/86 calculators, and was an active member of Assembly Coders Zenith before leaving to join Icarus Productions. He was responsible for programming multiple quality programs including Ion86, Maze-3D, Sokoban, Text Viewer, and Z80 Assembly Compiler. In fact, Ion86 was even featured on ticalc.org, as it was an on-calculator emulator for the TI-86 that allowed a person to run most programs written for the TI-83-based Ion shell by Joe Wingbermuehle.
His Z80 Assembly Compiler (ZAC) integrated with Jonah Cohen's Asmide86 assembly source code editor, which allowed a person to easily write assembly on the TI-86 calculator using a sophisticated IDE. Towards the end of his TI community involvement, him and the rest of Icarus Productions switched over to Nintendo Game Boy development. They also ported some of their TI games, including Matthew Shepcar's Peaworm and Jimmy Mardell's Sqrxz.
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