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Patrick Davidson is one of the premier programmers in the TI community, as well as one of the most visible and longest active. His site was one of the sites that got hosting through Dimension-TI.
He has written numerous high-quality programs and games for almost every TI graphing calculator, as well as having his programs and games being ported by other programmers in the community. Several of his games have been featured on ticalc.org, with some of them even receiving the infamous POTM and POTY awards given out by ticalc.org.
He is notable for being one of the small number of assembly programmers to have high quality releases on both the z80 & 68k processor calculators. One of his most well known releases is Phoenix, at classic shoot-'em-up game, which is available across the majority of the TI calculator range.
(Screenshot of Phoenix)
- Galaxian (with Sam Heald)
- Pac-Man 99 (with Sam Heald)
- Orzunoid (with Sam Heald)
- List of their important milestones (date joined TI community, important programs, etc.)
Like other programmers in the TI community, he started out programming TI-Basic and then progressed to assembly and C.
Patrick Davidson helped Sam Heald learn how to program assembly, including writing and porting his first game to the TI-83 (Galaxian).