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Macross Software was a programming group that developed several high-quality programs and games for the TI-86 and TI-89 graphing calculators.
The group released several notable programs and had some very ambitious projects that they were working on. In particular, Mega Man 86 (a high-quality clone of Mega Man in greyscale for the TI-86) and XeonTech (an advanced greyscale RPG for the TI-89).
- Macross Software has found a revolutionary new way to access the Internet — from your calculator at school. Called Wireless TI, this is a package of documents and utilities that allows you to wire yourself in a new, interesting way.
- Cullen Sauls released Megan Man 86, a full-featured greyscale rendition of the classic mega man game.
- Haroon was developing Mortal Kombat for the TI-86.
- Jigsaw 86 is jigsaw game where you can put a scrambled picture back together. Pieces can be stored in a "tray", and puzzles are customizable with piece size and the type of cursor. It even comes with a puzzle creator so you can make as many puzzles as you want.
- The first beta of Xeontech, their flagship Action-RPG game engine for the TI-89
- Mikel Blanchard has released The Quest III Chapter 1 for Usgard. This game is geared to be a mix between Diablo and Final Fantasy VII, and is only the first in a series of chapters to be released. This game also takes up all the memory on the TI-85, but for RPG fans, it is probably worth it.
- List of their programs and games
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
- Mikel Blanchard — founder
- Nathan Behncke
- Cullen Sauls
- Josh Morris
- Haroon Iqbal
- Jeff Hellrung
- Hideaki Omuro
Macross Software was started by Mikel Blanchard sometime in 1997.
They were one of the many TI sites and groups that was hosted by Dimension-TI.
The group and their projects were featured on ticalc.org several times.