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Pouet's Tiny Intro Toolbox Thread was one of's main inspirations.




Tinyprogs are so small that you sometimes don't need the source code to understand them: Just pop them into a disassembler (like IDA) or a debugger and look at them. If you want to grab specimens for study, here are some places to start.

Pouet can be searched for the latest tinyprogs: 256b, 128b, 64b, and even 32b and smaller.
HardCode is a repository of 7800 64KB and smaller intros.