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Patrick Prendergast (commonly known as tr1p1ea) is a programmer from Australia, well known for his quality releases on the TI-83/TI-83+ calculators. Although he acquired his first TI calculator in 1999, he didn't become active on the TI scene until 2003.
(Screenshot of Life can be happy after all)
His first release was the RPG/puzzle game Desolate, which was available for Venus on the TI-83, and MirageOS on the TI-83+. Desolate features 4-level grayscale graphics & 7 puzzles to solve, spread over 70 rooms with 24 items to use along the way. The game also features replayability in that door codes are generated randomly on each play through.
Another popular release from Patrick is the xLIB library. xLIB is an application for the TI-83+ that adds extra functionality to TI-BASIC programs by installing a parser hook that intercepts any requests by using the "real(" command.
In 2005, Patrick won the Maxcoderz programming competition with his demo/animation program titled "Life can be happy after all".
As of 2012, he is still active at Maxcoderz and can be found there on the forums, as well as on the Omnimaga forums.
- Conway's Game of Life!
- Custom 4x5 Font Routine
- Maxcoderz 5 Year Anniversary
- Life can be happy after all