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Damon D'ambrosi (Hiryu) was a TI-Basic programmer for the TI-89 and TI-92. He had his own one-person programming group called Nomad Software.
(Screenshot of Mystic Legend)
He released a few complex high-quality TI-Basic RPGs for the TI-89 and TI-92 calculators including his Final Fantasy series, Mystic Legend, and Slayers.
He originally had his own personal TI site hosted on Geocities (URL: http://www.geocities.com/~hiryu_rhys/) before getting hosting through Dimension-TI. Him and Ed Fry of Fryed Software teamed up on a couple games including the Final Fantasy games. In 2009, they both decided to merge their sites and became bluecrimson.
Damon D'ambrosi and Ed Fry are some of the longest running members of the TI community. Damon released a new RPG called Bubblegum Crisis in 2008 on ticalc.org, with his last previous program release coming in 1999 (a gap of almost ten years).