Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
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SNOOP Version 1.0 By Andrew M Cohn - Lorancom Productions

c. 1992 Registration fee: $10.00


Does it bother you when co-workers attempt to steal a glance at your
computer monitor to see what you're working on...especially when you have
stepped out of the office? Well, SNOOP will give them something to look at!
Totally menu-driven, SNOOP offers up a wide variety of screens to fool,
inform, entertain and annoy your fellow employees. Naturally, you will not
wish to get into serious trouble with your boss or co-workers, so please
use your discretion when selecting screens to leave up on your monitor.


Running SNOOP couldn't be easier. It consists of only one file,
"SNOOP.EXE." Simply type SNOOP and away you go. Select the general screen
category from the main menu, and the individual screen from the sub-menu.
It will be helpful for you to review the program and the various screens in
advance of actual use, to become familar with the numerous possibilities
for some real office fun!


You may run SNOOP on any IBM or compatible computer using DOS 3.1 or
higher, with a minimum of 256k memory, CGA, EGA or VGA graphics with color
monitor, and one disk drive.


SNOOP is complete. Nothing is omitted, nothing is crippled. It is no
different from a legally registered copy. You may enjoy a 15 day trial
period, after which time you are asked to register your copy if you
continue to use it. Registered users may receive future editions of SNOOP
and other innovative products at discounted prices. Since this version of
SNOOP is complete and intact, there is no need to ship "registered
versions". This eliminates unnecessary work and expense, and enables us to
offer SNOOP at a very low cost.



The registration fee for SNOOP is only $10.00. Payment may be made in the
form of cash, check or money order and sent to:

P.O. Box 1304
Lorton, Virginia 22199

You need not complete any form to register this software. Simply write
"SNOOP" on the envelope or check so we can identify the product you are
registering. And, make sure we get your complete mailing address so we can
notify you of new versions and other products.



SNOOP is neither public domain nor free software. It is distributed via
bulletin board systems and shareware vendors as "try-before-you-buy"
SHAREWARE. Users of SNOOP may (and are encouraged to) duplicate and share
SNOOP with others and upload it onto bulletin board systems, PROVIDED THAT:

1. No fee is charged.

2. No changes/additions/alterations are made to SNOOP.EXE or this file,

3. Both files remain together on the same diskette, or, in the case of a
BBS upload, within the same ZIP or otherwise compressed file.

4. It is understood that duplication of SNOOP does not negate the
requirement for recipients of duplicates to register their copies after the
15 day trial period should they elect to continue using the product.

5. It is understood that SNOOP is copyrighted software. You are not
obtaining title to the software or any copyright rights. You may not
sublicense, rent, lease, modify, translate, convert to another programming
language, decomplile or disassemble the software for any purpose.


Shareware vendors may distribute SNOOP providng that:

1. The fee for providing copies to customers shall not exceed five
dollars per disk without prior approval of Author.

2. The progam be identified as Shareware.

3. The Vendor terminate distribution upon notification from Author.

4. Files are not modified in any way, and that both files, SNOOP.EXE
and SNOOP.DOC are distributed together.

5. The Vendor send the Author a copy of any catalog wherein a listing
of SNOOP is contained.


Due to the pricing and nature of SNOOP, telephone support is neither
practical nor necessary. However, we will always be happy to answer your
inquiries by mail, and, of course, listen to your suggestions for
improvement. Customized versions of SNOOP are available on a contract
basis. Feel free to contact us with your specifications for a no-obligation


All versions of SNOOP and accompanying documentation are provided AS-IS.
There are no warranties, express or implied. ANDREW M COHN, T/A LORANCOM
PRODUCTIONS, disclaims all warranties relating to this software, whether
express or implied, including but not limited to any implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, and all such
warranties are expressly and specifically disclaimed. Neither Andrew M Cohn
nor anyone else who has been involved in the creation, production or
delivery of this software shall be liable for any indirect, consequential
or incidental damages arising out of the use or inability to use such
software, even if the aforementioned have been advised of the possibility of
such damages or claims. In no event shall Andrew M Cohn's liability for any
damages ever exceed the price paid for the license to use the software,
regardless of the form of claim. The person using the software bears all
risk as to the quality and performance of the software, and the outcome of
its use. Some states do not allow the exclusion of the limit of libability for
consequential or incidental damages, so the above limitation may not apply
to you. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of
Virginia and shall inure to the benefit of Andrew M Cohn, T/A Lorancom
Productions, and any successors, administrators, heirs and assigns. Any
action or proceeding brought by either party against the other arising out
of or related to this agreement shall be brought only in a STATE or FEDERAL
COURT of competent jurisdiction located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The
parties hereby consent to in personam jurisdiction of said courts.

  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : SNOOP10.ZIP
Filename : SNOOP.DOC

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