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TurboSoft was a programming group for the TI-89 graphing calculator.
(Screenshot of Aerox)
They programmed in TI-Basic, assembly, and C. Some of their games were featured on ticalc.org, including Aerox and Snoboard 2000. They were one of the groups that took advantage of the hosting made available by ticalc.org, when ticalc.org was trying to compete with Dimension-TI (see the site wars article).
- Snoboard 2000
- David Ricciardi
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
TurboSoft was started in 1998 as a one-person programming group.