Suicidal Psycho Software (SPS)

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Site URL


Patrick Stone

Founding Date

October 12, 2004

Years Active

2004 to 2006

Programmed For





SPS Inc.


Suicidal Psycho Software was a TI-Basic programming group for the TI-83+ graphing calculator.

Group Significance

(Screenshot of Black Eagle Shell)

There were multiple programs and games released by the group, with the most notable program being Patrick Stone's Black Eagle Shell. It was essentially a TI-Basic clone of MirageOS, featuring a similar look and feel and including many of the same features. If it means anything, it was rather nice when compared to other TI-Basic shells.

Group Contributions

  • List of their programs and games
  • Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs

Group Staff

  • Patrick Stone — founder
  • L. S., R Keen, (Terrenteller)
  • Alex Silkin
  • Nick Corthals
  • George Karavaev (Shadow Pheonix)
  • Richard Bustamante
  • Thomas Dickerson (elfprince13)
  • Jacob Champlin
  • Drew Enoch
  • Lyndon Zhang
  • Randy Liu
  • Chris Kader

Group Milestones

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

Site URLs


Site Screenshot

(Screenshot of Group homepage circa year)

Group History

Suicidal Psycho Software was started by Patrick Stone in Fall 2004. They were a supporter of the Basmic Campaign ("Campaign for TI-BASIC Equality") and the TI-Basic Quality Alliance (TBQA) started by SiCoDe Software.


Patrick Stone became a staff member of in 2005.