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Ahmed El-Helw was one of the most prominent and active members in the TI community. He not only created and ported many games and programs, but was a staff member for multiple TI sites and groups: ticalc.org, Dimension-TI, TI-Files, TCPA, and Void Productions.

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Icarus Productions was one of the premier assembly programming groups, featuring Jimmy Mardell, Matthew Shepcar, Andreas Ess, and Clement Vasseur as members. They released several quality programs for the TI-85 and TI-86, such as Sqrxz, Vertigo, and Rascall.

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As its name implies, TI-News (TI-Net) was a site dedicated to reporting the latest news from around the TI community at one central location. Although there had been previous attempts at a TI news site, TI-News was the first well maintained site with constant updates, and allowed people to submit news and post comments.

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Alien Breed is a series of top-down view shoot-em-up games across many of the Z80 calculators by James Vernon, based on the series of the same name for Amiga/PC computers by Team 17. The first 2 games in the series were written in TI-Basic, then the rest are written in assembly, introducing more features as the series progressed.

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