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BSX International |
806 Park Ridge Rd. Apt A8 |
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Hello! BSX International offers a number of products for yer enjoyment.
They're listed in this catalog below, each program along with a desctiption,
lists of features and requirements, and pricing information.
With regards to the prices, the Registration price refers to the sum to be
paid if you wish to register a shareware program that you've already acquired
and are using. The Purchase price indicates the sum to pay if you wish to
have a product sent to you on a disk.
What do you get for registering or purchasing a product? Quite simply, a
whole lot. You get the quarterly BSX International catalog from now on, and
what's more, you are entitled to upgrade to the latest version of the product
you've registered/purchased at HALF PRICE (plus $1.00 shipping and handling).
Therefore, for example, registered users of DARNIT can, in the future, get
new releases at $6.00 ($10.00 / 2 + $1.00 S&H) from NOW to ETERNITY. Just
wait for the latest catalog and see what the latest release offers. If it
sounds good, GET IT.
See the included file ORDER.DOC. Just print it out, fill it in, and send
it in! Thanks for yer support.

BSX International's Spring 1990 line:

DARNIT:
Version 10.0

A different kind of solitaire game. Nice graphics and mouse
interface make this game more fun than a barrel of monkeys. If
you've ever played the "4x4 grid" type of solitaire, you know how
tough DARNIT can be! Now non-mouse systems can use it too! Awarded
top rating of Four Stars and a Trophy by Public Brand Software.

Features:
*Different rule levels.
*Boss "hide" option.
*Sound control.
*Mouse supported but NOT required.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $10.00 each.
*Purchase - $11.00 each.

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GUZZLE:
Version 2.1

A PC drinking/trivia game. Test your luck and trivial skill
while drinking yourself into a coma. Up to four players or teams.

Features:
*500 trivia questions.
*EGA graphics and mouse interface.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*Microsoft Mouse or compatible.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.

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KAOTIX:
Version 2.2

Chaotic fractal generator. Plays the "chaos game", a nifty
"random" process that gives rise to decidedly UNrandom and lovely
pictures.

Features:
*Up to 15 vertices.
*EGA 16 color beauty.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*Microsoft Mouse or compatible.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.

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LEONG:
Version 1.0

Board game of stragety and skill. Try to get yer pieces from
the starting line to the goal, but WATCH OUT for the hidden traps!
Much harder than it sounds. It could blow yer head CLEAN off!

Features:
*Boss "hide" option.
*Sound control.
*EGA 16 color beauty.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*Microsoft Mouse or compatible.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $10.00 each.
*Purchase - $11.00 each.

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MCDOE:
Version 2.0

Madame Ching's Dungeon of Ecstacy. An X-rated VGA adventure
game for the stout of heart and pure of spirit. Not for the GEEK!

Features:
*Boss "hide" option.
*MCGA/VGA 256 color beauty.
*Sound control.
*Scorekeeping.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*MCGA/VGA card with full memory.

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.

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MCPOP:
Version 4.2

Madame Ching's Palace of Pleasure. An X-rated EGA adventure
game for the stout of heart and pure of spirit. Gopher it!

Features:
*Boss "hide" option.
*EGA 16 color beauty.
*Sound control.
*Scorekeeping.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.

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TEGAS:
Version 2.1

Useful utility for Turbo Pascal graphics programmers. Lets
you create and save EGA images for use with the PutImage procedure.

Features:
*Lines, circles, rectangles and region fills.
*Ability to edit images of up to 100x60 pixels.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*Microsoft Mouse or compatible.
*EGA card with 256K memory.

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.

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TRIV-PAK 2:
A package of more trivia questions to go with the GUZZLE
game. Available to customers who've registered or purchased GUZZLE.
You may want to order TRIV-PAK 2 when you order GUZZLE, to ensure
a big supply of questions on hand!

Features:
*500 more tuff and fun questions.

Requirements:
*Registration or purchase of GUZZLE.

Prices:
*Purchase - $1.00 each.

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TVGAS:
Version 2.0

Useful utility for Turbo Pascal graphics programmers. Lets
you create and save VGA images for use with the PutImage procedure.

Features:
*Lines, circles, rectangles and region fills.
*256 big, big colors.
*Ability to edit images of up to 60x40 pixels.

Requirements:
*MS-DOS 2.0 or greater.
*Microsoft Mouse or compatible.
*VGA card with full memory.
*256-color .BGI file for Turbo Pascal (obtainable on BBSs and
from Borland International as VGA256.BGI).

Prices:
*Register - $5.00 each.
*Purchase - $6.00 each.


  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : LEONG10.ZIP
Filename : BSXCAT.DOC

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