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TI-Freakware was the programming group portion of Daniel Thorneycroft's (tifreak8x) website. There were a several notable releases by the group including Super Mario 68k and a 3D-raycasting Doom game using TICT's FAT engine. In fact, Super Mario 68k was even featured on ticalc.org and won the prestigious Program of the Year (POTY) award.
This group has produced some of the most complex and professional games ever released for 68K calculators.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
Notable games released by Ti-Freakware members:
-Ultima V, by Ranman
-Super Mario 68K, by Lachprog
-Doom 89, by Aaron Miller (AaroneusTheGreat)
-Pokemon Purple (Still under development), by Daniel Thorneycroft (tifreak8x)
-Metroid 68K, by Lachprog
-DOA (Still under development), by Aaron Miller (AaroneusTheGreat)
-Advanced dungeons & Dragons, by Ranman
-International Karate 68K, by Ranman
-Egypt 68K, Lachprog
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
Tifreakware is also known for having an extensive archive of turorials and programming resources
*Brief description of this
- Daniel Thorneycroft (tifreak8x) — founder
- Denzel Morris (Halifax3)
- Aaron Miller (AaroneusTheGreat)
- Steve Milewski (Cloned8x) — admin, first group member
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
TI-Freakware was started in July 2002 by Daniel Thorneycroft as his own personal one-man TI site. The site grew over time, adding programming tutorials, program and game releases, and a forum / IRC channel. The group later branched out as a programming group, with some of the members releasing some quality games.