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The TI-Chess Team (TICT) was the preeminent programming group for the 68k TI graphing calculators. They released several high-quality games and programs, including TI-Chess, the FAT-Engine, TI-Minesweeper, TI-SokoMize, TI-Con45, and TICT-Explorer. Simply put, they raised the level of programming and professionalism in the TI community to a whole 'nother level.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
They released several high-quality games and programs, including TI-Chess, the FAT-Engine, TI-Minesweeper, TI-SokoMize (a sokoban clone), TI-Con45, eBook Reader, and TICT-Explorer. All of these are for the TI-89 and TI-92+.
As the name suggests, the TI-Chess Team was started with the release of TI-Chess by Thomas Nussbaumer for the TI-89 and TI-92+. He was the main programmer that wrote and release almost all of their games and programs.
They were one of the sites that got hosting through ticalc.org.