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Site URL
Founding Date
unknown, 2014
Years Active
2014 - current

IRC Channels

Programmed For
TI-84+ Monochrome Series

z80 TI-Basic (Monochrome and color)


Group Intro

A small group founded on Omnimaga by 123outerme, to request help for "Source Seekers", a game in-development at the time. This group has gone on to become largely inactive between members, but individual work by some or all members continue. Formerly known as TildaCubed. Tilda is not in fact a word; tilde would be the word for the symbol ~. Instead, Tilda actually is acronym, which stands for TI Lone Developers' Assembly; most of the projects published or started under this group's name has been contributed by only one person.

Group Significance

  • Published Sorcery of Uvutu, a CSE RPG using Doors CSE libraries. Only one member, 123outerme, has worked on the project. Also published the 84+ monochrome and PC ports.

Group Contributions

  • Source Seekers (note: not very good. Most of the other group members had no influence over the creation, and 123outerme was the head of the project)
  • Sorcery of Uvutu
  • Starting work on other TI-Basic (hybrid or otherwise) projects

Group Staff

  • 123outerme
  • JWinslow
  • APotato
  • princetonlion
  • The_King

Group Milestones

  • Between May 9th, 2014 and May 25th, 2014: Founding
  • June 9th: Completion of first group project, Source Seekers
  • Sept 9th: First evidence of Github group use
  • Oct 15th, 2015: Sorcery of Uvutu announced
  • January 24th, 2017: Sorcery of Uvutu completed
  • Jan 25th: Short Circuit announced
  • January 29th: Sorcery of Uvutu (84+ mono version) port announced
  • June 30th: Sorcery of Uvutu (84+ mono version) port completed
  • August 17th: Sorcery of Uvutu (PC version) port announced
  • October 2nd: Sorcery of Uvutu (PC version) port completed

Group History

Founded by 123outerme during the creation of his first major project, Source Seekers. He requested the help and advice of several Omnimaga forum members, such as JWinslow23.