TI Terminal

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Site Name

TI Terminal

Site URL



Dave Jaklitsch

Founding Date

March 4, 1997

Years Active

1997 to 1998






Site Genre

Program Archives


TI Terminal was the homepage of Dave Jaklitsch, one of the original staff members of TI-Files. His site housed all of the games and programs that he made. In particular, his Mega Man game was one of the first notable assembly RPGs for the TI-82.

Site Content

  • Archives
  • Forum
  • Reviews
  • News
  • PUDs
  • Newsletter
  • Links
  • Sourcecode
  • Challenges
  • Programming

Site Significance

Site Staff

  • Dave Jaklitsch

Site Milestones

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

Site Names

Site URLs

  • http://b60414.cwru.edu/titerm/timain.htm


Site Screenshot

(Screenshot of Site homepage circa year)

Site History

(Taken from TI Terminal homepage)


One of the greatest features of Graphing TI-Calculators is that they are programmable. People, such as myself, who have learned the language, have taken advantage of this feature and have written games for them. If you're looking for games for your TI-80, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-85, TI-86, or TI-92 calculator, then you've come to the right place.


The TI Terminal uses frames to make your stay more convenient. You can use the bar at the bottom to make quick flights between the different gates. You can also get to the Mega Man 80/81/82/83/85/86/92 Memorial Gift Shop, or return to The TI Terminal via this control bar. There are 2 frames at the lower left. The one at the far left will allow you to change or remove the background music. The frame immediately to the right of that frame will allow you to view or sign my guestbook. There are also 2 frames at the lower right. The one at the far right is there so you can e-mail me at your convenience. The frame immediately to the left of that frame will jet you to my homepage. I hope you check it out while you are here at The TI Terminal. I purposely made the frames so that they would take up as little room as possible. This way, the main frame almost takes up the entire screen, so it will almost seem like the frames aren't even there! Now that I've told you all of that, you can go on to what you really came here for…

Here at the TI Terminal, you can always find all of the games and programs that I've made.

While you're here, be sure to visit the Mega Man 80/81/82/83/85/86/92 Memorial Gift Shop. This is the only place where you can always get the most up-to-date version of Mega Man 80/81/82/83/85/86/92, so be sure to pick up a copy of your own while you're here.