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Patrick Davidson is a prominent assembly programmer, as well as one of the most visible and longest active members in the community's history. He has written numerous high-quality games for almost every TI graphing calculator, most notably the classic shoot-em-up Phoenix.

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Void Productions was one of the premier programming groups for the z80 series of TI graphing calculators, and was responsible for creating many quality programs themselves, as well as porting many programs by others in the community.

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Dimension-TI (Calc.org) was one of the three major TI sites along with ticalc.org and TI-Files, and was involved in much of the TI community happenings and drama. It introduced many innovations and enhancements to the community, and was arguably better than both ticalc.org and TI-Files at their respective peaks.

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Joltima was a classic role-playing game featuring several hours of gameplay, and was created by Justin Karneges in assembly for the TI-83 graphing calculator. Just like with Dying Eyes by Alex Highsmith, the game was eventually ported to all of the TI graphing calculators by other people from the community.

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