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Dysfunction Programming was a short-lived programming group that was created by some of the ex-members of Drubu Productions after it was disbanded due to inactivity and member disputes. The group was later remade as the Epic Programming Studios (EPS) after it too was disbanded due to member inactivity and disputes. They had a few notable projects under development including Super Smash Brothers, Ender's Game, Lydonia, and Breakdance.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
- List of their programs and games
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
- George Daole-Wellman
- James Martinez
- Reggie Tucker
- Bram Tant
- Kevin Ouellet
- Donald Straney
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
Dysfunction Programming was founded in Fall 2003 by George Daole-Wellman. James Martinez was the first new member and George released Ender's Game on ticalc.org. The group didn't do much else, however.
When Drubu Productions closed down in May 2004, George posted on various calculator forums asking people to join the group. Some people responded and became members, including Bram Tant, Kevin Ouellet, Donald Straney, and Reginald Tucker. In addition, he also posted on some of the Casio calculator forums.
(Taken from calc.org June 2004 news post)
Dysfunction TI Programming Group Starts.
Dysfunction Productions has rose out of the ashes of the Drubu Productions collapse. Dysfunction Productions programs for the TI83(+), and the Casio Classpad. They are the proud creators of (see more by clicking)
Dysfunction Productions has rose out of the ashes of the Drubu Productions collapse. Dysfunction Productions programs for the TI83(+), and the Casio Classpad. They are the proud creators of Super Smash Brothers 2.0, Ender's Game, Lydonia, and Breakdance. See their webpage at http://dysfunctionti.tk.