Twin Rose is a small software and graphics company that specializes in C, C++, Visual Basic and other programming services as well as private and commercial graphics for logos, advertisements, and just art.
While we are small, we hold our employees to a very high standard and pride ourselves on completing projects on time and under budget. The majority of our programming work is done on a contractural basis involving business and accounting programs.
Several employees also happen to enjoy the richness of d20 game play. In their "free" time, they came up with several tools to enhance their play and a decision was made to package them together and offer them for sale to other enthusiasts. This was the birth of the Campaign Suite of d20 applications.
Twin Rose began as few others. In rural Washington State, a small farm was founded that sold vegetables, milk, and cheeses to local residents. At the front gate to this farm was a pair of rose bushes - the original Twin Roses. The farm became a business, with daily sales, and the farmer's son studied computers and software design. In mid 1994 he received his first contract, the beginings of the software company known as Twin Rose.
You can contact the Twin Rose Farm by emailing .
From this seed, the business grew with the farmer's son meeting other consultants with whom he created a small but capable group who can handle almost all business needs from programming, to accounting and marketing.
The Trialware Professional Association (TPA) is a non-profit organization for select member companies connected with the business of developing, distributing and marketing of software by freely making available trial or demo versions. The TPA strives to foster a professional image of the trial software industry.
Trialware is not the same as shareware. The term shareware is outdated and implies the product is free for distribution. Our main product, Campaign Suite, is trialware.
- Historically this was free software that was passed around between friends prior to the advent of the internet as a way to distribute software.
- Software that is marketed and sold on a try-before-you-buy basis.
More information about the TPA can be found on their website.