Parasoft Productions

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Site URL


Andrew Matta

Founding Date

December 5, 1999

Years Active

1999 to 2003


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Programmed For






TI-86 World
Really Bored Productions

Parasoft Productions was a TI-Basic programming group primarily for the TI-86 graphing calculator. They released a few notable programs and games including DBZ/GT Fight Quest, Chess, Rage, The GameShow, and Super Math Quiz. The group was part of the larger TI-86 World community site also started by Andrew Matta, which included his quality TI-Basic programming guide for the TI-86.


After the group died in 2002, William White decided to merge the TI-86 World site into a branch of his Really Bored Productions website.

Group Significance

  • Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
  • Notable tutorials/documents
  • Other

Group Contributions

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  • DBZ/GT Fight Quest — "Choose from 13 dif. warriors & fight against Raditz, Saiba-Men, Nappa, Ginyu, Frieza, Garlic Jr, Androids 17-20, Cell Jr's, Cell, Brolli, Majin Boo, Bebi, Super 17, Li Shenron, & THE IMMORTAL SUPER SAIYA-JIN 7"
  • Chess — A small BASIC chess game; so far you can play games, but there is not any error checking.
  • Rage — You play Vegeta and must destroy Goku
  • The GameShow! — Choose from one of five categories — Comics, Movies, Prince Valient, Three Stooges, Wheel of Time - and WINwinWIN!
  • Super Math Quiz — lets you quickly and easily quiz yourself on any +,-,* and / problems. It is customizable to fit your needs.

Group Staff

  • Andrew Matta
  • Noah Gerber
  • Trent Winterfield
  • William White
  • Per Argentine — helper
  • Travis Larchuk — helper

Group Milestones

  • List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)

Site URLs


Site Screenshot

(Screenshot of Group homepage circa year)

Group History