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Greenlight Software was a short-lived programming group for the TI-83+ graphing calculator. They had a few notable projects under development including Kirby, Monopoly, Eternal Power I, Minesweeper, Slippy, and Creatures. They also had an RPG, Aurora's Tear, that they were working on cooperatively with the N7 Software programming group, while Shawn McAndrews was working with Joe Pemberton of Maxcoderz Software on an assembly rendition of Metroid for the TI-83+.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
- Minesweeper — The classic Game, well know by Windows users all over the world now available on your Ti-83(+).
- Pic Manager — Pic manager is an app for the ti-83+ (se). It lets you store unlimited pics as appvars.
- Speed Ball 1.0 — Speedball is a fast paced arcade style game.
- TI-83 Sprite Drawer — A program which helps you to design 8x8 sprites for your Z80 program.
- Tic Tac Toe: Spaze Edition — A simple game, where you play against the computer.
- Vince's World — A Level for Plain Jump.
- Vincent Junemann (kv83) — founder
- Taiwo Egun (bigtai123)
- Michael Nock (chickendude)
- Kristopher Root (Root)
- Jason Clardy (randomprogrammer)
- Shawn McAndrews
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
(Taken from forum post by Vincent Junemann Nov 5, 2002)
okay, let's get a little trip in the past:
Greenlight was founded some years ago by me, that time I didn't even now that there were a TI-83, and I programmed for the PC, there is still a website on the net, where you can check out the first greenlight actions (http:// — can't find the old site right now — link will be added when i found it —) Than I started Greenlight a year ago, and in the beginning there was only me, after a time someone joined on the game creatures, but I never heard of him again, then Taiwo joined, after some overhauls and difficult time i made the final site, in PHP, this attracted more people than I thought and relations between other programming groups were growing. Now on the moment there are 5 members working on their projects. That's it… icon_rolleyes.gif
Oh yeah, and the name where made up like this: My dad's company had also 'Light' in it's name, only it was 'Licht' for german, then i thought Green would be a nice color, it's somehow futuristic and technical i think, so that's how I came up with Greenlight.