Contents of the CATALOG.DOC file
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The software accompanying this document is free: yours to enjoy just as I
enjoyed creating it. However, if you do want to express your thanks to the
author with a donation of $10 or more, you will receive a disk containing
the programs listed below (or as many as will fit). Please specify 5" or
The classic word-guessing game. Not Hangman - more like Mastermind. Your
deductive powers will be taxed as you use ten guesses to discover the
hidden word. The on-screen scratchpad will help.
Two kayaks race across an ocean strait, contending with wind, currents,
tide-rips, and passing freighters. Two players, or you versus the computer.
This is an exercise in vectors, not an arcade game. Includes documentation
on the nature of tidal currents and the problems they pose for navigators.
Complete setup for the Panasonic KX-P1091 or Roland PR-1011 printer.
Includes on-screen drawing of downloadable characters so you can design
your own monograms, dingbats, foreign characters etc.
An ancient Chinese version of chess. Play against the computer, save and
restore positions, set up problems. Complete documentation and on-screen
help. Mouse optional.
Read Wang WP Plus archive disks and convert text files to plain ASCII or
Ventura Publisher "generated" format complete with text attributes,
non-ASCII characters, and style tags. (Being rather specialized, this
program may not be on your disk unless you request it.)
None of the above requires a graphics card. Those below do.
Another Chinese strategy game, this one more suitable for younger people.
Try to get one of your eight animals into the opponent's den without being
eaten. EGA 640x350 graphics.
A drawing tool for programmers who use the Borland Graphical Interface.
Create images of up to 68 by 94 pixels for use with the PutImage
procedure/function in Turbo Pascal or Turbo C. Two levels of zoom for easy
placement of pixels. Automatic line, circle, and rectangle draw, ten fill
patterns, and complete palette control (use any 16 of 64 colors). Move,
flip, and merge images. Documentation includes complete info on how to
incorporate image files into your programs, and an animation demo in both
languages. Runs in EGA 640x350 mode; mouse required.
Two more programs to produce and display "BGI clip art" for use with
- CLIP lets you cut an image of any size (up to 64K) from a 640x350 or
640x480 picture in PCX format. Lets you use all the powerful drawing
tools of programs like Paintbrush and Deluxe Paint II Enhanced, then
export the images to your own EGA and VGA programs.
- CLIPSHOW displays your collection of images from CLIP or TP-ICON,
complete with palette changes.
Have you ever wanted to write graphics-based software and been frustrated
by your inability to use full-screen pictures from a painting program?
This Turbo Pascal unit for displaying PCX graphics files supports most
CGA, EGA, and VGA display modes. Decoding is done in assembly language and
is very fast. The package includes Pascal and assembler source code and
Another programmer's tool. Enables easy on-screen drawing of mouse cursors
for incorporation in graphics programs. Runs in three resolutions: low-
and high-res CGA, and hi-res EGA. Documentation includes a fully commented
Turbo Pascal unit containing all the common mouse functions.