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At this moment, 50 people have registered for the competition.


Name: allefant
From: #allegro

yellow elephant

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Name: amarillion
From: Netherlands

TINS organizer since 2003! Currently living in Leiden, NL. I'm @mpvaniersel on Twitter.

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Name: stevenvi
From: USA

I make video games for a living, but that doesn't mean that I'll come up with anything playable.

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Name: bassetfrog
From: The Netherlands

Don't buy bottled water.

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Name: jbernard
From: Hotlanta

You can look forward to my entry being a full fledged MMORPG.

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Name: SamuelHenderson
From: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada

My real name is... Samuel Henderson.

I'm a computer programmer analyst who is currently employed as an ArcGIS Developer / Analyst.

I've participated in a few speedhacks before, but have never produced anything worth submitting.

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Name: bamccaig
From: Ontario, Canada

Career programmer that is hopeless at game programming. :)

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Name: newcreature
From: Kentucky

My name is Todd Cope. I work as a department manager for Walmart Stores Inc. I enjoy developing games in my spare time.

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Name: oliviags
From: Catsilvania

Ready to make up stories about Monkeys, cats and bunnies!

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Name: LennyLen
From: New Zealand

LennyLen is, surprisingly enough, LennyLen from Allegro.cc

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Name: NeilBlack
From: New Jersey, U.S.

Name: Neil Black
Age: 29
Speedhack Experience: I did one. Once. Like a decade ago.

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Name: kenmasters1976
From: Mexico

Coming back to Allegro after a long hiatus. Wish me luck.

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Name: relpatseht
From: Washington

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Name: broken_link
From: California, USA

We're two coworkers, Mr. B and Mr. C. Mr. B has never done this before, whilst Mr. C has done Ludum Dare twice, but never this contest.

We're hoping to make an interesting portfolio piece and/or prototype out something unusual and fun, but mostly, to have fun and stay up far too late.

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Name: miran
From: Slovenia

This year I am determined to actually make a game.

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Name: Lenman
From: München, Germany

http://www.masterlenman.de/speedhacking.php

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Name: Gassa
From: St. Petersburg, Russia

Real name: Ivan Kazmenko.
GitHub: https://github.com/GassaFM

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Name: Timorg
From: Melbourne, Australia

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Name: victorwss
From: Brazil

My name: Victor Williams Stafusa da Silva

I am a java programmer.

Graduate in Computer Science.
Specialized in Java Development.
Coursing Master degree in Computer Science.

SCJP 6, SCWCD 5, SCJA, SCSNI and SCBCD 5.

Speedhack 2005: The attack of the space bugs
Speedhack 2006: Rambananas
Speedhack 2009: Make clean
TINS 2010: The source god
Some minorhacks

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Name: guilt
From: India

Hi, I'm Karthik. I've participated in two TINS competitions before. I'm here to have fun!

Team: IN-DE

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Name: FalseMasterJ
From: United States

The name FalseMasterJ is abandoned in favor of http://tins.amarillion.org/user/jroatch.

I've fail to make a game every year of Speedhack/TINS (besides TINS 2006), I'll keep on trying because it's fun. :)

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Name: entheh
From: England. Ba-a-a-a-a-a.

I'm Bruce Perry. I like to think of myself as one who makes rather too many games involving sheep. However, it was the cows I got congratulated on most recently. For those who remember my last TINS profile, this year I *am* (was) the 22nd person to register, but it is (was) my third TINS. How's that for luck?

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Name: cltatman
From: Indiana, US-of-A

I'm Cody Tatman - Anomie, in the A.cc forums. This will be my first hack of any sort. Looking forward to it!

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Name: jotti
From: Finland

Johan Halmén. Music teacher. I think I've participated earlier, but I've never finished any game. I did have, IMHO, once the most bestest game idea that perfectly met the rules. Too bad the game idea was too crazy outside the TINS concept.

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Name: furinkan
From: Indiana, USA

People call me 'Bernie'

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Name: GullRaDriel
From: Meyzieu, France

To code or not to code, that is the question.

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Name: darioff
From: Argentina

I'm Dario ff from the a.cc forums.

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Name: Mokkan
From: Seattle, WA, USA

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Name: darkbits
From: Sweden

Team Darkbits is back. This will be the fourth time we enter TINS.

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Name: DeathPenguin
From: USA

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Name: IanSutton
From: Widnes, England

I'm Ian Sutton, just starting my third year studying Theoretical Physics at the University of Leeds. I've never entered a speedhack or TINS before, though have been lurking on the allegro forums since I first bought a game programming book in 2004 (and have posted maybe three or four times tops), so have heard all about them.

I've never actually completed programming a game, they always spiral out of control, but you never know, this might be a first.

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Name: fissionchips
From: Australia

Hi, I'm a retired engineer with an interest in programming. I use allegro with most of my projects which all run on Linux.

I started life with nothing and I still have most of it left.

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Name: deus
From: Indiana

First time competing in something like this. Hoping it will be awesome.

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Name: Kirlim
From: Brazil

I'm a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science student at São Carlos (SP, Brazil). Not that much programming experience, but participated Speedhack 2009 with the ADAS entry in team with my cousin.

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Name: Riseofwar
From: Brazil

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Name: AttackPenguin
From: USA

Hello, my name is Donald Freeman. I am a hobbyist game programmer. I started programming on the Apple II and done some work on IBM computers a year later. Came across DJGPP one day and began my fun with Allegro and C/C++. I don't have the time I wish I did to work on my programming, but I have fun regardless.

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Name: Sos
From: Poland

Your average C programmer.

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Name: Mocker
From: Oregon, USA

Freelance programmer, sometimes follow ludumdare and tigsource competitions but have never used Allegro

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Name: RyTracer
From: Colorado, USA

Never done this before. Not 100% sure I'll actually do anything. We'll see how busy I am. I hope it is a lot of fun!

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Name: Jonatanhedborg
From: Sweden

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Name: jhow
From: Brazil

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Name: shockedfrog
From: Scotland

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Name: aanuza
From: thailand

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Name: lambik
From: nl

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Name: Daniel_Christian
From: Canada

I love these little game programming competitions.

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Name: AlbinEngstrom
From: Sweden

Albin Engström, studying at Playground Squad in Sweden, been in a couple of speedhacks.

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Name: fishcake
From: Malaysia

I like cats.

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Name: cluddles
From:

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Name: 01mf02
From: Austria

I am Michael Faerber from Allegro.cc, and I've decided to join the competition 5 minutes before the start. :P
(like with my first SpeedHack)

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Name: aronb
From: Poland

University student.

First speedhack entry

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