I have found this nice asm exe in my repository of unfinished
projects.

If someone like, I can provide the sources / resources.
The game is based on the famous ATARI game (possibly all rights by Atari)

It needs some kind of highscore and some more levels.
Posted on 2001-12-21 05:13:12 by beaster
hi beaster.
i'd like to have the sources, maybe you can send them to kane99@gmx.net or attach them to this board? i'd really appreciate it.

thanks in advance.
Posted on 2001-12-21 14:12:43 by darester
I've enjoyed playing the game. It remembers me
also a little bit to Werner Flashbeer.

Yupppiii!
Posted on 2001-12-21 15:42:30 by marsface
Nice.
Posted on 2001-12-21 17:35:43 by dxantos
yeah can you post the source or a url to the source?
Posted on 2001-12-21 18:43:24 by grv575
kick @$$ game -- took 4 tries to beat the frist level (my first time).
Posted on 2001-12-21 23:33:59 by eet_1024
A perfectly good waste of time, thx beaster. :grin:
Posted on 2001-12-22 01:09:20 by bitRAKE
Nice work!
Posted on 2001-12-23 19:16:22 by CYDONIA
thanks for feedback.

I have setup a small internet page under asm.dp4.de

with a download containing the full source and resource files.
Since I'm using Watcom, its all WASM style source,
but it differs not much from MASM, mainly the names of
the structure elements from the includes are different.

If one is really interested, he/she (she?) can translate it to MASM.

(Some parts of the webpage is german, but the
interesting things are english :) )

Hey marsface: I also enjoyed "Werner Flaschbier" very much!!
Was there ever a PC version?

Most funny is the generation of the level structure:
I launched my ATARI 800 XL emulator, made a memory dump on HD, and loaded all in an image-program.
There I cut out the level data and colored the pixel :)
Gives a maximum on authenticity, but makes lot of work :|
Posted on 2001-12-27 09:34:31 by beaster
I downloaded it the 23 and i forget to unzip it. Now i can congratulate you beaster; that's a nice game!!
Posted on 2001-12-27 10:26:31 by CodeLover
beaster, quite a while back I was searching for a bolderdash game, I was addectided to it on the C64, the game I found came with source in assembler, DOS, but basicly still a good base for comparsion. Let me search my drive from hell, and see if I still have , prob do, it has the exacutable, and the source.

Give me a few days, you would have to SEE my drive to believe it, mostly code, and tools, and like the catacombs.

I am a bit off, had to say good by to a good friend, She is a WebMistress, on a cracking site, that stuff is over for me. I am talking to S/9.. Damn forgot his handle, but you know who I mean, I am going to learn mainframe assembler if it kills me, it is what I always wanted to do. All my hack and crack Cra* was compinsation.


Get back to you later.

Anunitu
Posted on 2001-12-30 15:35:47 by Anunitu

I am a bit off, had to say good by to a good friend, She is a WebMistress, on a cracking site, that stuff is over for me.

Who... starts with a 'N'? PM me... your PM box seems to be full...
*sigh* :).
Posted on 2001-12-30 22:56:20 by f0dder