Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : MMAKER23.ZIP
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CURRENT LIST ALL SUNRISE DOOR/UTILITY SOFTWARE PROGRAMS:
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ADOPT-A-DOOR
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Runs after any door program and prior to returning to the BBS.
Displays formatted screen promoting the ADOPT-A-DOOR concept or
you can replace with your own message!

BOX POKER
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Play 5 card stud poker on a 5x5 board grid. You place the 25 cards
on the grid to form the best poker hands and accummulate points.

HIROLL Dice
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A fast-paced dice board game. VERY ADDICTIVE!

LADDERS Dice
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Highly challenging, fast-paced dice game. VERY ADDICTIVE!

MONTE Carlo Solitaire
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Highly challenging solitaire card game.

OVERUNDR Solitaire
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Very ADDICTIVE solitaire card game.

STATES
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Computer guesses the State you have chosen.

WHEEL of FORTUNE
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Guess the puzzles, accumulate points. Plays like the popular game
show. Includes a puzzle database manager. Puzzles changed
automatically via your nightly event process.

Triple Yahtzee
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GREAT Dice game. Very ADDICTIVE, popular and challenging!

SCORE Purge
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Utility to purge Sunrise Door Software high score files of players
that are no longer registered on your BBS. Can run as an event or
manually. FOR PCBoard SYSTEMS ONLY !!!

3-PAIR Poker
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Play a different game of poker against the computer. Who will get
the 3 pair first..you or the computer..?

Word Search
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This gane is the same game found in your favorite puzzle magazines.
You choose a word from the word list and find it in the letter grid.
Challenging and very competitive.

Word Shuffle
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In this game you must unscramble the words presented to you and earn
points in the process. Very challenging!

Betsy Ross Solitaire
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A fast paced card solitare game. You must remove the cards from the
grid, as well as from the deck, and move them to the foundation piles.
Sounds easy, but the sequence you must follow for removing the cards
is unique. Very hard to beat the game. I haven't been able to do it
yet, and I play this constantly.

Box Dice
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Another fast-paced dice game where the object is to remove all 24 boxes
from the grid, based on the roll of the dice. VERY hard to remove all
the boxes and at times extremely frustrating.

Cryptograms
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Cryptograms is played exactly as you would play the ones appearing in
newspapers, magazines and puzzle books. A coded sentence (normally a
phrase) is presented to you and you must break the code by substituting
letters and analyzing the sentence structure.

Rescue
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You have received a call informing you that anywhere from 1-3 bombs have
been planted in a 100 room hotel. You also determine that there are
anywhere from 3-9 guests currently in their rooms. Your mission is to
RESCUE all the guests.

Triangle Solitaire
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Remove the cards in pairs whose value is equal to 13. Fast-paced and
tough to beat.

Hall of Fame Bulletin Generator
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Creates a set of Hall of Fame bulletins for each of the Sunrise Doors,
using the name of the player in the top postion. These bulletins are
updated every month, on the 1st of the month, via your nightly event.
It will also reset all files necesaary to start a new game. FREEWARE
and only works with those Sunrise Doors that have been registered.

Automated Conference Listing Generator (by Network) *PCB 14.5a Only*
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A utility that creates the conference display file. Most Sysops use an
editor to create the conference listing, more commonly called CNFN. As
you add/change/delete conferences you end up spending hours trying to
realign and colorize the display. If you happen to add a whole network,
you could very well spend more time fixing the conference listing, than
creating the conferences themselves. This utility does not create any
extraneous files on disk and uses the CNAMES file as input. There is no
need to create a second file for the colorized listing, as the program
uses the @X variables made available in PCBoard v14.5. Just about
everything is configurable, from verbage to colors.

Match Maker
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Allows for the matching of callers with like interests, based upon answers
given to questions developed by the Sysop. Allows for the sending/receiving
of private messages, multiple question files (based on sex), and much more.

Sunrise Trivia
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Played like a normal Trivia type game. Player is presented with a set of
questions. They can answer the question or bypass it, thus allowing them to
answer the ones they know first. When they play the game again they only get
to answer the ones they have not answered previously. Comes with a Trivia
question database and changes questions automatically via your event.
Questions are created by the Sysop or use the maintenance program to import
other question files.

Baseball Dice
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Baseball Dice plays pretty much like a regular game of baseball, with the
exception that you use dice to "hit" the ball and we do not count the balls
and strikes (ie: 1 strike = a strikeout AND 1 ball = a walk).
The object of the game is to beat the game score that I, the Sysop, have
already posted. Once you have beaten the score, you may choose to quit the
game or you can play through the entire 9 innnings.

Mail Box
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Mail Box is a door used to allow the caller to create a Private Mail Box,
on any PCRELAY-based BBS system, running under ANY Door-Capable BBS
software on the market today.

All the caller does is open the door, reply to 2 options (if the Sysop
desires), and the mail box is created. Deletion of a mail box is even
easier, just chose the delete option and it is done.



  3 Responses to “Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : MMAKER23.ZIP
Filename : MOREDOOR.LST

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