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3d math by Lithium of VLA
/code/3d/docs/3d_math.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
11,835 bytes
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Explanations of some 3d math concepts - I remember not getting the 3d rotations working correctly when I first started programming, but I'm not sure if that's my fault or the fault of the doc. Most of the docs are some simple linear algebra. They spell out the equations in the end for those who can't completely understand them.

3d basics by Synergist
/code/3d/docs/3dbasics.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
2,745 bytes
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Some basic 3d documentation - I'd never want to tell someone that this doc is a good place to start. The person writing this has no concept of structures, which severely ease the programming of complex things such as 3d systems.

Zed 3D by Zed
/code/3d/docs/zed3d060.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
357,811 bytes
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A comprehensive doc on many aspects of 3d math and programming - Designed for those comfortable with math. It spells out the math concepts needed and shows their application, but by no means spoon feeds the information to you.

Zed 3D by Zed
/code/3d/docs/zed3d095.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
697,450 bytes
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Zed 3d - a document explaining the maths you'll need for 3d. Word and postscript formats of the same file. Zed has an attention to detail and a great way to explain all the math. I highly recommend this to anyone starting to make a 3d engine who doesn't know where to start (start with the math, not the polygon fillers, believe me! the fillers are trivial in comparison). See the bibliography for where to go next.

3d vectors by John McCarthy
/code/3d/systems/3dvect39.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
382,175 bytes
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A complete 3d vector system - No complex shading, but has a full camera model, gif loader, object loader, etc, etc... Takes some time to figure out.

GFXFX3: Inertia 3d engine by Alex Chalfin and Jeroen Bouwens
/code/3d/systems/gfx3i099.zip
30 Jun 1998 (catalog date)
1,148,321 bytes
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Goodlooking 3d engine, with very complete documentation. Unfortunately only the libraries are included, while the actual source is missing. Pascal

Power Render v2.3 by Gooroo
/code/3d/systems/prv2_3.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
4,685,199 bytes
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A rendering system for 3dfx cards. Requires watcom and WGT5.1+ to compile examples. This is a commercial package.

fx 3d kit by Dave Stampe
/code/3d/trifill/flat/fpoly256.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
35,175 bytes
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A Y mode filler and line routine - Well documented and good comments. Poor asm style when it comes to stack handling. It would be difficult to learn from this code.

Gouraud shader source by Jedi of Sector One
/code/3d/trifill/gouraud/ggouro2.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
66,612 bytes
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Source for a gouraud filler, requires GEMA to compile - Needs GEMA. No useful comments. For TASM and MASM users, remember that GEMA's nmenonics are operation source, destination.

Phong Shading
/code/3d/trifill/phong/pasphong.zip
05 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
4,545 bytes
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Hard to read code, should have the compiled exe with it in the pack. Slow!

4 Sided Polygon Texture Mapper by Alan Parker
/code/3d/trifill/texmap/bastxmap.txt
08 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
8,601 bytes
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Although this texture mapper is coded in GFA Basic for the Atari ST the code is comprehensible enough to be useful for PC owners.

Texture Mapper by Lee Lorenz
/code/3d/trifill/texmap/text_eng.zip
08 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
231,920 bytes
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Hardly any comments included with the source, but the source is not very hard to understand.

Texture Mapper by Fantom of Ultimate Brains
/code/3d/trifill/texmap/texture.zip
08 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
112,765 bytes
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There are no comments included with the source, so you'll need to spend some time before you totaly understand what's going on.

GUS Revision by data
/code/audio/detect/gusrev02.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
13,044 bytes
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GUS revision detector v0.2b - Isn't this in the manual that comes with the GUS, or somewhere on the board? No code.

D00 Format by Joachim Fenkes
/code/audio/docs/d00form.zip
10 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
3,642 bytes
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D00 format. Needed if you want to write a player for the adlib files produced by EdLib by JCH/Vibrants. As a side note, EdLib comes with a description of the file format.

PS32 S3M Gusplayer for Watcom/C by PGM of Extravaganze
/code/audio/docs/ps32-wc.zip
21 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
65,253 bytes
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Full sources included.

AST TPU by Cagliostro
/code/audio/players/ast_tpu.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
275,026 bytes
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A player for AST files. It didn't run on my computer (docs say it needs an AWE32, which I don't have). Is unstable regardless, and I've never heard of the AST tracker. shrug

GUS Play interface by Juggler of BTL
/code/audio/players/gp15-pas.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
46,188 bytes
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An interface for GUS Play for TP - Comes with Robban's GUS play and CyberStrike's Ultradox

GUS Play by Robban of Cascada
/code/audio/players/gusp15.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
19,591 bytes
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Robban's GUS Play - A favorite for intros in the past. Complete and small. Supports GUS and .mod files only.

HSC Player by Crom
/code/audio/players/hsc_src.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
48,660 bytes
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A player for HSC files - I like how the "call Playpoll" line is commented out and the line "mov bl, 0" has the following comment: "1 = polling" No docs.

MIDAS by Alfred, Guru of Sahara Surfers
/code/audio/players/mds10b1.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
1,410,314 bytes
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A music system for Watcom coders. Supports most file formats, SB, GUS, other soundcards.

Midas v.040a by Petteri Kangaslampi, Jarno Paananen
/code/audio/players/mdss040a.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
1,400,325 bytes
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Midas music system - A full music system (almost) with support for compiling with tasm, BP, BC, and Watcom.

MIDAS by Alfred, Guru of Sahara Surfers
/code/audio/players/midas061.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
1,490,716 bytes
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A music system for Watcom coders. Supports most file formats, SB, GUS, other soundcards.

Module Player For Borland/Turbo Pascal 7.0 by Charles Attard.
/code/audio/players/modunit2.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
176,078 bytes
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Supports 699/mod/mtm/nst/s3m/wav/xi/xm on all SoundBlaster Pro cards and compatibles. Quality could be better.

Tiny Play by pascal of Cubic Team
/code/audio/players/mxmp12.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
92,697 bytes
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Tiny Gus Play - Has source for the player, but can interface with asm and watcom. GUS only. requires that music be run through a converter and the playback is similar to FT2 when it comes to s3ms (but it will play xm's!)

Useless Module Player v1.04 by FreddyV of Useless
/code/audio/players/u_smp104.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
441,910 bytes
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Not as useless as the name might suggest. Supports STM,S3M,MOD,XM, IT and GUS and Soundblaster cards, DOS32, EOS, KERNEL 386 and Watcom.

Aplib V0.12b by Jibz
/code/compress/aplib012.zip
04 May 1998 (catalog date)
57,733 bytes
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Compression library based on aPACK. Good compression ratios and fast decompression. Very easy to use. Supports 32bit Watcom and DJGPP.

EXE Encrypter by Eclipse
/code/compress/crypt121.zip
26 Feb 1998 (catalog date)
12,773 bytes
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Protects your exe files against debuggers.

LZ asm sources by Tom Pfau
/code/compress/lz_asm.zip
19 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
9,566 bytes
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lz compression/decompression, good for a .gif viewer, macro library

LZ C sources by Haruhiko Okumura
/code/compress/lz_c.zip
19 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
18,046 bytes
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compression routines for arithmetic, huffman and string search, few comments

Data (de)compressing Library by Markus Oberhumer
/code/compress/lzo100.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
375,931 bytes
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Favours speed over compression ratio which makes it very suitable for realtime (de)compression. Supports a lot of different operating systems and even the Atari ST TOS.

Compression Tutorial by Mali of Malixa
/code/compress/mdg_comp.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
8,344 bytes
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Explains how to code RLE and Huffman compression.

Mini LZO Realtime Data Compression Library by Markus Oberhumer. Fits in 6 kilobytes when compiled.
/code/compress/mlzo100.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
26,510 bytes
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Six-2-Four Com-Packer by Kimmy of Pulp Productions
/code/compress/plp_624.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
12,919 bytes
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Great 4kb packer.

LZ & Huffman Compression System by Tuo, Ze Killer
/code/compress/skylz100.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
27,818 bytes
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TChip Texture Generator by Mr. Aurum of Image
/code/compress/tchip.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
82,154 bytes
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Stores textures in just a few hundred bytes, very useful for intros.

8086 Compo Explanation And Rules by Trixter of Hornet
/code/contests/8086/8086_com.txt
07 Nov 1997 (catalog date)
17,870 bytes
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Released at event 8086 in the misc division

Ideas For The 8086 Compo
/code/contests/8086/examples.zip
07 Nov 1997 (catalog date)
1,687,371 bytes
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Released at event 8086 in the misc division

8086 Feet Under (optimization) by Shadowlord
/code/contests/8086/fast!.com
07 Nov 1997 (catalog date)
3,848 bytes
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Released at event 8086 in the demo division and ranked EE
Runs 300% faster.

8086 Compo Results by Trixter of Hornet
/code/contests/8086/info.html
07 Nov 1997 (catalog date)
19,386 bytes
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Released at event 8086 in the misc division

Black Ice source by Sinbad
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/blacdemo.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
432,910 bytes
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Sources for a large BBS intro with a scrollie, fire, and a zoomer - Comments for the effects, recompiles easily. Shows influences from Mental Surgery, mainly in the sound code. Old effects, but recent code.

Blaster Sound BBS intro source by Yann of Iguana
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/blasintr.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
20,385 bytes
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Sources for a BBS intro with some strobbing thing in the background and a text writer in the forground - Few comments and difficult to read.

Genial 2 BBS intro source by Michiel Ouwehand
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/cool.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
16,829 bytes
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Sources for a BBS intro with cross fading - Copious comments, but then again there isn't much to the source or the COM file either.

Underworld BBS by Dake of Devotion
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/dk_uwsrc.zip
26 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
17,240 bytes
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Simple BBS addy. Not very impressive but has good commenting. Helpful for those learning assembler.

Kukoo2 source by Type One of TFL-TDV
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/kuk2src.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
159,048 bytes
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Source for the second part of kukoo2 (A BBS ad) with multiple parallax-esque scrollers - Refuses to recompile for me, though it looks as if it should. I didn't try MASM though.

42 Source by Maniac of LBA
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/lba42src.zip
26 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
10,213 bytes
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BBS ad with a scroller and a lighting-esque effect. Both an asm and Pascal version compile, though the pascal version looks like nothing more than a rewrite of the asm code in Pascal's inline syntax. Few comments.

Micaco BBS ad source by Chc
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/micsrc41.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
190,207 bytes
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Source for a BBS ad with an environment mapped object - It's all asm source, but you need Watcom to compile it. Comes with an extra ASC file format converter. All comments are in Spanish though there's a (shorter) Enlish readme file. Knowing Spanish is very useful for these sources as the comments are good.

Power Grid loader source by Friar Tuck of Ice
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/pgloader.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
80,967 bytes
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Source for a BBS loader with a text writer, music, and a lens - Has the adlib player from fcsp2src.zip. No comments. The lens is nice as the equations used make it look like a crystal ball.

Squid source by tlc, The Doctor
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/sqd1_src.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
21,591 bytes
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Source for a BBS loader with copper bars, a scrollie, altered text characters, and an adlib player - Copious comments and tight source. They even do checks for the proper equipment, i.e. VGA and a 386. Comes with docs on programming the adlib and SB fm chips. Comments are in Portuguese.

The Shed BBS loader source by naich
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/the_shed.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
11,922 bytes
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Source for a BBS loader with smoothe text scrolling (horizontal), dual layer starfield, and nifty fade out - Good comments, rather large source as it could use a random number generator as opposed to a table and some other (obvious?) size optimization concerns.

Underworld source by Air Richter
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/uwloader.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
24,930 bytes
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Source for a BBS loader with star field, fire, some graphincs and a text writer - Good comments.

Boardz source by Vulture
/code/demosrc/bbsintro/vga-vul1.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
11,913 bytes
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Source for a BBS loader with a star field and scrollie - I never thought I'd give this high a rating for source to a BBS loader, but I figure there's got to be some way for people to know what to look for. The source is beautiful and there are more comments than there are lines of source! *Perfect* for the beginner, though not a tutorial.

Amnesia Vector source by Tran of Renaissance
/code/demosrc/demos/as.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
7,047 bytes
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The sources for the temple vector part of Amnesia - Sparce comments. Tight code, but probably only understandable by those who have written atleast a simple vector system and familiar with pmode. Certainly good code, but I question its usefulness to those who read it.

BB Demo Source by Jan Hubicka
/code/demosrc/demos/bbsrc.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
1,575,247 bytes
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Text Mode/ASCII demo for DOS and UNIX. Requires gcc to compile unless you really want to mess with the makefiles. Also requires /code/utils/graphics/aa-lib10.zip. Nicely done.

Bytes & Kisses source by Jeff Lawson of JL Enterprise
/code/demosrc/demos/bkisssrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
513,669 bytes
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Sources for a demo with a scrollie, plasma, shadebobs, tunnel, bitmap rotation and stretching, and cool credits - Nice comments, but not precompiled. add /misc.!!! to your path and be sure to have pklite somewhere in your path. Go through each directory and use Borland's make on all the targets of each make file. Then make bytekiss.exe from /. Nice demo for its time, but frightfully boring except on Valentine's day. :)

Byte B4 Christmas source by Jeff Lawson of JL Enterprise
/code/demosrc/demos/byte-src.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
560,382 bytes
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Sources for a demo with snowflakes, fire, and some text writers - Nice comments, but not precompiled. add /misc.!!! to your path and be sure to have pklite somewhere in your path. Go through each directory and use Borland's make on all the targets of each make file. Then make bytekiss.exe from /. Nice demo for its time, but frightfully boring except on Christmas Eve :)

Copper Faked source by The Faker of Aardvark
/code/demosrc/demos/cfsource.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
146,977 bytes
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Sources for Copper Faked - Barren on comments and not precompiled.

Contrast source by Type One, Gopi, Bismark, Karma, Sam of TFL-TDV
/code/demosrc/demos/contrsrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
1,105,116 bytes
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Sources for Contrast - Comments variable on the coder, but on the whole, they are good. This is a good example of how to get a multi-coder demo made. The .exe will not run under Win'95.

Fake demo source by Pelusa
/code/demosrc/demos/fakedemo.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
335,424 bytes
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Sources for a demo with a sinus waver, wormhole, rotating landscape, fire, scrollie, shadebobs, lens, mandelbrot set zoomer - Comments for proceedures, many parts, lots to look over. Clean code too. (old cheesy necros music. :)

Hell source by Tran
/code/demosrc/demos/hellsrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
62,331 bytes
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Source for Tran's demo Hell - Like most of Tran's released source, it makes a good example, but is difficult for people to read unless you've already done something similarly complex.

Stupikeffyloooopy Full Source by FAC of Delabu Alama
/code/demosrc/demos/loopysrc.zip
25 Apr 1998 (catalog date)
211,591 bytes
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Full source for the Stupikeffyloopy demo. - Coded in TMT Pascal v2.0 registered. - Can be compiled with either registered or unregistered versions - Supports Sound Blaster / No Sound - MOD Player by Cesar Vellido / CiMedia - Enjoy it.

One Night Stand source by Quantum Porcupine
/code/demosrc/demos/onesrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
128,436 bytes
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Source for a demo with mostly tunnel effects - Inline asm, no comments.

Phro source by Phred of OTM
/code/demosrc/demos/phro.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
294,474 bytes
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Source for a demo with texture mapping, space cut, motion blur, a tunnel, and texture warping - All pascal with inline assembler. Good source, but no comments.

VGAless source by Quantum Porcupine
/code/demosrc/demos/src_less.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
10,853 bytes
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Source for a 8086/CGA demo - Nifty that the demo runs on an 8086. The source won't recompile. One file without comments.

Timeless source by Tran
/code/demosrc/demos/timesrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
356,568 bytes
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Source for Tran's timeless demos - Curiously better than Tran's other source releases. If you intend to figure out how it works, I suggest you start at line 127 of v.asm. Few comments, but excellent source.

What Source by Niklas Beisert, Nils Piepenbrink of Cubic Team, $een
/code/demosrc/demos/wht95src.zip
10 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
46,092 bytes
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Notably DOES NOT come with a makefile. Uncommented, but nice code style. Awkward synching style.

Birthday source by Sliq
/code/demosrc/intros/birthsrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
25,025 bytes
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Sources for an intro with simple 3d - Comments for the proceedures, easy to read source. Shows influences from Mental Surgery, mainly in the interupt handling. Old sources (1993), but otherwise good.

bits'93 source by David Hedley
/code/demosrc/intros/bits93.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
34,416 bytes
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Sources for an intro with a bouncing lens and a sinus scroller - Few comments. Shows influences from Mental Surgery, mainly in the interrupt routines. Old sources (1993), good timing of effects.

Chaos 4k intro source by Codex
/code/demosrc/intros/chaos4k1.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
14,345 bytes
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Sources for a 4k intro with static, sinus scrollie, vector cube, and some other stuff - No comments or description. Rather non-standard C at that, but I wonder how else a 4k intro would be made in C. Good for the curious.

Chaos source by Mrock of Hellcore
/code/demosrc/intros/chaossrc.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
30,532 bytes
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Source for a tunnel effect with an adlib player. Different from chaos4k1.zip. Fairly nice code, some useful comments... very average.

Hooray by Neon of Spetsnaz
/code/demosrc/intros/hooray.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
31,077 bytes
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Hooray 4-k intro (raytracing). Good code style for assembler, well commented functions, poorly commented math.

Maximum by Bear of Sinope
/code/demosrc/intros/maximum.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
20,172 bytes
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Source for an effect full 4k intro. I can't tell what language most of the comments are in. The 100% register gouraud shaded texture innerloop is particularly clever.

Seasick source by Draeden of VLA
/code/demosrc/intros/sea_code.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
33,542 bytes
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Source for an intro with a reflecting scrollie and text writer - Old source, but well constructed. Great for those who just know asm, but don't know how to put something complete together using just asm.

Farmer source by Warlock of Absence
/code/demosrc/intros/src_farm.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
14,197 bytes
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source to a 4k intro. No comments. Has rotating bitmaps, zooming, bump-mapping, water, tunnel, and some other misc stuff.

Assembler Laboratory V1.3 Beta 1 by Kurt Groenbech a.k.a. Rib of Talent, Xenon
/code/editors/alab13b1.zip
24 Aug 1998 (catalog date)
322,386 bytes
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A very good assembler and Watcom C IDE with a lot of very useful features.

2d Coloured Bump Mapping by PSX of Future-Shock
/code/effects/bump/2dclbump.zip
24 Apr 1998 (catalog date)
277,086 bytes
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Program to demonstarted Coloured 2D Bump Mapping. Coded in Watcom C.

2d bump mapping by HELiX
/code/effects/bump/bumpsrc.zip
18 Mar 1997 (catalog date)
63,540 bytes
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Simple example and explanation of how to do 2d bump mapping. Looks like it was written by a beginner (because of the code optimization, or lack there of), but is fairly nicely commented, which is a big plus!

Bump Map Routine by Ollie of Kalvados
/code/effects/bump/bumptut.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
67,998 bytes
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Dirty pixels in the light map. Some useful comments.

Feedback Effect
/code/effects/feedback/dunesrc.zip
05 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
7,481 bytes
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Example from DUNE!.COM - fairly nice (and the only example source I've seen for such a (recently) overused effect).

Asm Fire 2 by Legend
/code/effects/fire/asmfire2.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
1,184 bytes
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Fire Example. No useful comments and not that impressive looking.

blaze source by Gopher
/code/effects/fire/blaze.zip
18 Mar 1997 (catalog date)
10,702 bytes
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Source and macros for fire routines. For a86 compilation, should be easy to tweak for TASM, but this is nothing special we haven't seen before.

small flame by Gaffer of PRoMETHEUS
/code/effects/fire/flame160.zip
18 Mar 1997 (catalog date)
2,964 bytes
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Source for a small fire routine. Doesn't actually work on my computer. To answer a question proposed by the author about size optimization, inc al is bigger than inc ax because intel doesn't have an inc /r8 instruction. inc ax is of the form inc /r16 which compiles to db 40+rw, where rw = 0 for ax, 1 for cx, 2 for dx, 3 for bx, ... inc al is of the form inc r/m8 and compiles to db FE /1 where /1 = c0 for al, c4 for ah, c1 for bl..., 05 for a memory reference.... See an intel document for more details.

Mg-flame by Magnesium
/code/effects/fire/mg_flame.zip
06 Jul 1998 (catalog date)
3,276 bytes
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A Flame effect in only 256-bytes with full assembler source. It even leaves you in DOS with a message. Commented for those wanting to learn 256-byte asm coding. TASM needed.

4ge-fractal by CuteELF of 4ge
/code/effects/fractal/4ge-frac.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
10,454 bytes
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A fractal zoomer - Has an explanation of how the effect is done, but doesn't say much about the generation of the fractal. Good overall program design and comments.

3d Scape by David Hedley
/code/effects/land/3dscape.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
22,362 bytes
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A dot landscape similar to that at the end of unreal - few comments, and poorly optimized.

Iguana Landscape by JCAB, Jare of Iguana
/code/effects/land/ign_land.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
23,458 bytes
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The voxel landscape from Heartquake - No explaination of the effect, non-recompileable. The code is largely dependant on code libraries that the coders have developed and is thus somewhat difficult to follow.

ll_frac by Lord Logics
/code/effects/land/ll_frac.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
33,813 bytes
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A Fractal landscape generator - Creates a fractal landscape to a .asc file. Looks mostly useless to me with so-so source, but no comments.

rotating landscape by TTT
/code/effects/land/rotscape.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
129,844 bytes
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A landscape routine similar to that at the end of unreal - Comments only on function names and has a larger executable than need be for this effect. (Lots of tables, i.e. the landscape itself)

voxel by Jeff Bilger
/code/effects/land/voxel.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
9,570 bytes
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A voxel example - Doesn't recompile easily, no useful comments nor a description.

voxel by Jeff Bilger
/code/effects/land/voxelg.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
9,555 bytes
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A voxel example - Doesn't recompile easily, no useful comments nor a description.

ANuBiS DeMo TUtORs by RaPhiuS of ANubIS
/code/effects/plasma/anutut1.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
71,746 bytes
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Simple Plasma Example. For Watcom, poor code style.

Plasma by Jan Moller, Erik Hansen
/code/effects/plasma/c_plasma.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
55,010 bytes
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Simple plasma example - Just some plasma. You might want to take the comments out on the WaitRast(): call and recompile, especially if you have a Pentium.

plassm by James Johnson
/code/effects/plasma/plasexp.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
3,400 bytes
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Simple plasma example - Based on code by Jare/Iguana. Nice comments on the setting of mode-X.

plasma3 by btf
/code/effects/plasma/plasma3.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
16,750 bytes
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You've got me - A bad processor check spoils this. Difficult to recompile and I'll assume it needs MASM to assemble.

Copper Bars by XtaC of Garbage
/code/effects/raster/gb_coper.zip
10 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
4,637 bytes
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Textmode copper bar example. Nicely commented.

Vertical Copper Bars by Type One of TFL-TDV
/code/effects/raster/intro5.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
21,193 bytes
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No explanation, comments are in French.

Vertical Copper Bars by Jare of Iguana
/code/effects/raster/the_cop.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
49,089 bytes
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No explanation, no comments. A .gif dumper is also included.

Alias by Minimalist
/code/effects/rotozoom/alias.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
164,287 bytes
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Scaling, rotating, anti-aliasing. There's a turboC, WatcomC, and Pascal version of this program all included. Admittedly, he cheats the palette on anti-aliasing (as shown by using most any non-grayscale image), the programming is good nonetheless.

Rotozoomer by Paul H. Kahler
/code/effects/rotozoom/rotatebm.zip
08 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
17,607 bytes
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The comments included with the code are very clear, so this one is great for starters.

Scale by Yamaha of XYZZ
/code/effects/scaling/scaling.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
74,434 bytes
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2d Scaling. I have no comments.

shadebobs by NutCracker
/code/effects/shadebob/shadebob.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
6,468 bytes
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Source for some shadebobs - No docs, no comments. Looks good. (the exe, that is)

Tile Editor by ???
/code/effects/sprites/mktil16a.zip
26 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
62,369 bytes
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For 16x16 mode 13h tiles. This editor has mouse support, and also supports rotating colors. You can combine tiles to see how they look when used together.

Star 97 by Deathlock
/code/effects/stars/star97.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
3,299 bytes
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97 byte starfield. You were outdone on the concept for this one. Looks much better than the twentysomethings starfields. Well commented.

Stars by Mark Mackey
/code/effects/stars/stars2.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
10,857 bytes
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A slightly more complex starfield - So-so. No timing code so it blazes.

Transparency Tutorial by Sirmikey of Chaotic Order
/code/effects/transpar/transpar.zip
05 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
290,156 bytes
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w/WATCOM C source - Doesn't run. Nice explanation/code

Source for Tunnel Effect by PlastiikkiPaketti of Skraappa Skruuppi
/code/effects/tunnel/araidsrc.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
28,319 bytes
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used in Stars/Nooon and Paimen/Coma, Doesn't explain the algorithm, not very optimized, low resolution

Tunnel Source by bca of Karva
/code/effects/tunnel/bca_tnl.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
19,956 bytes
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A texture mapped tunnel effect. Has holes in the tunnel. No useful comments in the source. One nifty (old!) idea of taking advantage of mirrors in the lookup table. FYI - vasen=left, oikea=right, ylĄ=upper, ala=lower.

tube by James Johnson
/code/effects/tunnel/tubesrc.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
22,030 bytes
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Example of a dot tunnel - Poorly done, looks horrible, no explanation or comments, no timing synching.

tunnel by ?
/code/effects/tunnel/tunnel.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
37,658 bytes
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Example of a dot tunnel - That it was done in basic is about the only plus. Looks so-so, no comments.

Moving Sky With Multiple Layers by Saint
/code/effects/various/skymlpas.zip
03 Jun 1998 (catalog date)
10,728 bytes
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This is a nice moving sky with multiple layers. Includes heavily commented Turbo Pascal source code (with embedded Assembler).

SMK3D Effects by SMKaribou of GMF
/code/effects/various/smk3dsrc.zip
05 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
619,782 bytes
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Phong, Gouraud, Bump Mapping, etc. - Comments in French, lots well done trifillers

Voxel by 6502 of Fatal Rage
/code/effects/voxel/newvox.zip
26 Jun 1997 (catalog date)
3,227 bytes
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Beautiful hightfield rendering. If there's anyone with half a clue who can't understand this, I'd like to know. The effect itself is beautiful, fast, and the code is gratuitously commented. My only quip is having (gipped) allocation of some 180k that just eats up base memory. Has no .exe, but compiles with watcom with no problems.

256 Byte Water by Cagdas Calik
/code/effects/water/w256.zip
24 May 1998 (catalog date)
786 bytes
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A 256 byte water effect coded in pure assembly by Cagdas Calik, moreover with 286 instructions. It's recommended that you're mouse driver is load before you run the program, otherwise it will crash. Click left mouse button to go back to dos. Have fun...

Water by Yamaha of XYZZ
/code/effects/water/watrxyzz.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
128,613 bytes
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A water effect sample. Won't compile as is since it's missing quite a number of library files. Get hq_water if you want to understand this effect. Get this afterwards only if you can't understand asm.

Apack V0.74b by Jibz
/code/fileutil/apack074.zip
22 Apr 1998 (catalog date)
53,707 bytes
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The best exe/com-packer for smaller files.

Apack V0.90b by Jibz
/code/fileutil/apack090.zip
03 Aug 1998 (catalog date)
72,391 bytes
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The best exe/com-packer for smaller files.

Virtual File System by Dark Fiber
/code/fileutil/ilfs202b.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
110,874 bytes
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For Watcom C and DOS32 Assembler. Puts all your datafiles in one big file. Does not compress the data, and you have to do too many things by yourself that could have been done by the library.

Virtual File System and Demo Linker by Deathstar
/code/fileutil/ilinkv30.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
33,990 bytes
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Uses a very makes it too complex compared to other virtual file systems.

LinkIT v1.0 Beta by Michael Badichi
/code/fileutil/linkit.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
11,286 bytes
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Link COM/EXE files into one big EXE - no sources

LZO Data Compression Library v0.20 by Markus Oberhumer
/code/fileutil/lzo020.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
184,964 bytes
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over conscious about compression ratios and statistics and has many long files about its stats in the /doc directory, but no description about the API. You have to figure out how to use it yourself from the two short examples that come with it. Otherwise, it's fairly complete and you can decide which compression routines you'd like to link yourself (assuming you can figure out that much).

T-PACK v.5 Beta by Max of Tuscon
/code/fileutil/tcn-tp05.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
16,519 bytes
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COM/EXE Compressor - Only compresses .COM files, not .EXE, no sources.

AWE-DIP-01-ENG by Creative Labs engineers
/code/hardware/audio/adip.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
708,753 bytes
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Examples and API for using the AWE32 - And people wonder why there's not much SB support. The information in the packet is contorted. I could go on this for days. Comments like /* main - here's where the fun begins */ are misleading. The fun actually began several hundred lines ago (starting at line 134). It's late. I'm not exactly bored, but this bit of code is frustrating. I wonder why CL even bothered. There are no technical docs of any sort and the code that is here *REEKS* of bad style. For extra frustration, I unzipped the file which had a self extracting .exe in it, which gave me 4 zips which when each extracted with the -d option finally gives me the SDK. Kneebiter - at 1:30 in the morning. Need more tea...

GUS Sound Library by P. Lindh
/code/hardware/audio/socom10.zip
21 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
102,069 bytes
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Supports MOD and DSM modules and WAV files.

CPUID for intel by Intel engineer(s)
/code/hardware/cpu/cpuid3.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
6,402 bytes
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Source to detect which intel chip is in a computer - Useful, but not much to look at. It's there for you to use if you ever need to detect what type of processor is in a machine.

CPUID for intel by Doctor Sludge
/code/hardware/cpu/cputest2.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
10,953 bytes
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Source to detect which intel chip is in a computer - Detects the processor for sure, but does it by checking for invalid opcodes. If you need to detect CPU type, I suggest /code/hardware/processor/cpuid3.zip.

Intel docs by ?
/code/hardware/cpu/intel.doc
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
114,654 bytes
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A complete listing of the 80x86 opcodes - Great reference for those learning assembler and those needing to double check opcodes. Dubious clock listings (none for pentium.)

Drive detection for IBM & compatibles by Paul Schlyter
/code/hardware/drives/drivesex.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
9,312 bytes
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Source to detect drives on a system - It didn't detect my drives properly. :(

Collection of ASM sources by ? of Blue Nose Productions
/code/hardware/general/asm_good.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
118,612 bytes
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Lots of ASM sources, mostly for hardware and BIOS routines - It's somewhat difficult to find what you want, but the comments tell you what you need to know (but not what you have to do) to get everything compiled. Looks like a great source for the cut & paste coder. Given the nature of the routines, I'd say that was the intended purpose of this release.

EMS specs by Dick Flanagan
/code/hardware/memory/ems4spec.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
67,864 bytes
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A comprehensive doc on EMS - Has the Expanded Memory Specification details and some Pascal and Asm source for acessing EMS memory.

Flat Real Mode Interface by Juanito
/code/hardware/memory/frmi_150.exe
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
38,210 bytes
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An interface for flat real mode from BC - Has some docs on xms and comments explaining how the interface works itself. I didn't test to see if it works. Doesn't work in v86 mode, meaning most programs made with this will require a reboot.

Virtual Memory Management by Flux
/code/hardware/memory/fxvmm210.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
112,232 bytes
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A virtual memory management interface for BC - Once again, I didn't test this. This system is much more complete than the above and certainly much more useful. From the code, I'd say I'd like to work with this guy. :)

Real Memory by Chatter
/code/hardware/memory/realmem.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
10,850 bytes
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Supposedly gets you past the 64k barrier in real mode - I have no clue what compiler this is supposed to compile for. It uses opcodes not allowed in BC's inline assembler, watcom doesn't use that kind of inline assembler (and doesn't need this extender anyway), and this is pointless for djgpp which only compiles 32bit pmode apps. I have neither TC (but considering that's a sub-set of BC I can assume it won't work) nor Quick C (but that's so old, it's inline assembler's probably incomplete too).

XMS Specification by MS, Intel, Lotus, ?
/code/hardware/memory/xms2spec.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
9,431 bytes
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XMS Specifications - The complete specification of the XMS standard.

FreePack DOS extender by Narech Koumar of Supernar Systems Intl.
/code/hardware/pmode/dos32a.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
520,938 bytes
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Another DOS extender option. I didn't test this for usefulness. I doesn't look any more difficult to learn to use than Adam Seychell's (sp?) Dos32 or Thomas Pytel/Charles Scheffold's Pmode/w. How well it functions is another story. Full documentation available. Comes with a tetris clone presumeably made using the extender. No source.

DOS 32 by Adam Seychell
/code/hardware/pmode/dos32v33.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
339,512 bytes
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A DOS extender for pmode asm programming - One of the best choices for a DOS extender. It's complete, well coded, and flexible. (no accompanying .txt file)

DPMI Specification by ?
/code/hardware/pmode/dpmispec.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
33,749 bytes
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The complete DPMI specification - Everything you wanted to know about DPMI but were scared to ask.

Eclipse operating System v3.05
/code/hardware/pmode/e_os305.zip
30 Jun 1998 (catalog date)
1,442,821 bytes
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A combination of a dos extender and a demo library containing a lot of useful functions. It's very useful for intros because the tiny version is very small (including a sb and gus modplayer). C, Assembler

Real Flat Mode by Christophe Avion
/code/hardware/pmode/ifrm32.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
56,257 bytes
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A Dos extender and file packer. I can't really rate this because I would never be able to use the code. All comments and docs are in French.

PMODE by Tran
/code/hardware/pmode/pm-11-94.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
81,994 bytes
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A DOS extender for pmode asm programming - One of the other best choices for a DOS extender. It's complete, well coded, and flexible.

DOS Extender For Watcom C/C++ by KM of Taboo
/code/hardware/pmode/pm_stub.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
4,106 bytes
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Very small, but doesn't extend all dos functions.

PMODE by Tran
/code/hardware/pmode/pmode307.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
54,781 bytes
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A DOS extender for pmode asm programming - One of the other best choices for a DOS extender. It's complete, well coded, and flexible.

PMODE/W by Tran, Daredevil
/code/hardware/pmode/pmw133.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
143,190 bytes
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A DOS extender for pmode C programming - Works with the Watcom C compiler as a replacement for their protected mode system. Has it's tradeoffs with their (Watcom's) system.

Protect by Denis Marer
/code/hardware/pmode/protect.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
15,056 bytes
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Some source code for getting into pmode - Good comments, but doesn't set up much of a programming environment. Has no support for DPMI nor real mode call backs.

System 64 by Simm of Analogue
/code/hardware/pmode/s64.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
61,037 bytes
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A DOS protected mode extender - Comes with full source and looks fairly complete including real mode call back support. Worth giving a look at if you'll find it easier to use than Tran's pmode or DOS32.

WUSTUB v0.1 by Michael Tippach
/code/hardware/pmode/wustub01.zip
10 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
50,554 bytes
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A DOS extender for Borland's Delphi 2. It's basically a PE loader for DOS. Comes with a CRT unit.

Xi Development System by Fysx
/code/hardware/pmode/xids0815.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
43,131 bytes
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Xi Development System, a pmode extender. Uses tlink in the end, but works from watcom and tasm. Possibly a contender if you're writing a 64k intro and need a pmode extender. I'm unsure of it's stability, but it's small.

Asychronous communitcations code by Lord Logics
/code/hardware/serial/ll_comm.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
56,754 bytes
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Source for "asynchronous" comm connections - A library meant for opening COM lines and other serial line connections. It's supposedly asynchronous (but maybe in a later version for this only supports one). Not too demo scene relevant, but it could make for great modem-modem networking in a game.

Check VESA by London Fog
/code/hardware/video/checkvsa.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
1,595 bytes
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A program to detect if a computer has VESA support - Uhm, like... thanks. It's a real help.

MOD v1.0 by Dake of Devotion
/code/hardware/video/dk-mod10.zip
26 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
5,010 bytes
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Source to change to different text modes. More complex than necessary. Good commenting.

Type One's SVGA Tricks Part 1 by Type One
/code/hardware/video/t1-svga1.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
17,713 bytes
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Broken english. :( Lots of very useful video card tweaking information. Text and assembler, but not compileable.

Vbe 2.0 Library For Watcom by Malice of WitchCraft
/code/hardware/video/wtcvbe.zip
30 Aug 1998 (catalog date)
62,669 bytes
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A 100% asm VESA library with 256 and Direct Color modes support. Included source code, OBJ file, Watcom header and a C example.

Micropcx
/code/images/micropcx.zip
15 Apr 1997 (catalog date)
1,921 bytes
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Source code in assembler and .com executable of the shortest pcx viewer in the whole world (made in Poland!).

Wordup Graphics Toolkit v5.1 by Egerter Software
/code/library/wgt5.zip
01 Dec 1997 (catalog date)
3,065,737 bytes
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A comprehensive graphics library.

Bytes Of Wisdom Diskmag Engine Sources by MinMax of Septic Productions
/code/mags/bow5src.zip
21 Aug 1998 (catalog date)
109,870 bytes
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Sources to diskmag engine written in Watcom C. Can use VBE 1.2/2.0 & textmode. Very flexible. Also it is recomended that you download the diskmag itself (to get the example files) (bow5.zip)

The Mag by Spellcaster
/code/mags/mag05.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
20,724 bytes
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A serial coding magazine. Continuing into Pascal, arrays, memory. Contains a fairly complete list of assembler opcodes (courtesy Intel).

The Mag by Spellcaster
/code/mags/mag11.zip
01 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
95,422 bytes
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A serial coding magazine. Sorting, matrix algebra, geometric transformations, more complex 3d, still adding to that game. (This magazine has come a long way since issue one and is entirely progressive.)

PMODE/W v1.24 DOS Extender for Watcom C/C++ by Daredevil, Tran of Renaissance
/code/pmode/pmw124.zip
21 Apr 1997 (catalog date)
136,756 bytes
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Tutorial 1 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut01new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
16,337 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 1 in C:The basics - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 2 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut02new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
37,007 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 2 in C:Palette handling - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 3 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut03new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
37,311 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 3 in C:Circles - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 4 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut04new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
20,085 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 4 in C:Virtual screens - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 5 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut05new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
26,798 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 5 in C:scrollers - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 6 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut06new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
34,374 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 6 in C:Look up tables - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 7 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut07new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
37,949 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 7 in C:Animation - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 8 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut08new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
42,817 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 8 in C:3d basics - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe. Remember, these are only basics. (Snowman added a little of his own to this... I loved vector balls spelling things. :)

Tutorial 9 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut09new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
43,863 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 9 in C:polygons - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe.

Tutorial 10 in C by Snowman of Hornet
/code/tutors/denthor/tut10new.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
45,338 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Tut 10 in C:Chain-4 and scrolling - Includes Denthor's original tutorial release within and has the compiled exe. (This is lysdexic. Bonus. :)

Tutorial #14 by Denthor of Asphyxia
/code/tutors/denthor/tut14.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
11,496 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:Glenz - More complex polygon fillers.

Tutorial #20 by Denthor of Asphyxia
/code/tutors/denthor/tut20.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
19,099 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:face sorting and back face removal - The tutorials are finally getting into more complex 3d.

Tutorial in C by Steve Pinault
/code/tutors/denthor/tutorc.zip
11 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
59,478 bytes
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Asphyxia VGA demo trainer:C versions of the PAS source - Needs MSVC to compile, which most people simply don't have.

Serie De Tutoriales Fac 12 by FAC of Delabu Alama
/code/tutors/graphics/tut12.zip
14 Aug 1998 (catalog date)
100,684 bytes
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Basic demo coding tutorials in Spanish. In Turbo Pascal + inline asm. Twelveth tutorial: More complex objets and face sorting.

truepal by Florian Hallar
/code/tutors/video/at_trpal.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
56,300 bytes
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Emulates truecolor modes in 320x200x8. Not really... it just converts the picture to use a 3-3-2 palette. It's a common emulation mode since it saves time versus quantizing a new palette everyframe (maybe in 5 years we could do that, even if we don't need it anymore. :)

3DS converter by MRI of Doomsday
/code/utils/3d/3dsrdr13.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
6,754 bytes
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Reads a 3ds file and outputs an easier to read format. An update of Jare's 3dsrdr12. Get the above for usefulness, get Jare's original version for posterity or more complete informations.

Boot by ? of Ooze
/code/utils/boot/0l_boot.zip
25 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
81,135 bytes
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Reboots & boot sector util. A utility that'll reboot your computer (which isn't terribly useful) and to read/write boot sectors. It's a good, hard to find utility for someone just poking into that sort of stuff.

Bootgame by Ko-Ko
/code/utils/boot/bootgame.zip
18 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
11,940 bytes
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Puts a game into the bootsector of a floppy! Unfortunately, the game is not timed and unplayable on modern computers.

Basic To Assembly Translator by Kevin Diggins
/code/utils/compiler/basm10.zip
26 Feb 1998 (catalog date)
297,077 bytes
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Creates an assembly listing out of a basic listing.

Bin 2 DB by Escape
/code/utils/compiler/bin2db24.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
12,087 bytes
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A bin 2 db util. See my comments to incpro3.zip. Also, take out the "coded in 100% Assembler" line. It's dorky, especially for something whose main function (input/output) is easiest handled by a high level language and whose speed of execution is on the magnitude of 2 seconds.

Bin to H by Lev Iserovich
/code/utils/compiler/bin2h.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
11,097 bytes
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A bin 2 h/obj. Actually produces obj files, but only works with Turbo C with a little tweaking for Borland C. (same company yes, slightly different compilers.) (By extension, you should be able to get it to work with TASM.)

Bin to Obj by Mr Baggins of Extravaganza
/code/utils/compiler/binobj32.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
31,779 bytes
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A bin 2 obj util. Actually produces obj files, but only works with Watcom C. (By extension, you should be able to get it to work with pmode and TASM.)

tinyRTL by Solar Designer
/code/utils/compiler/bpc-trtl.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
13,314 bytes
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A pas TPU with source for creating small exes - A TPU that replaces the system TPU in Turbo Pascal so that small .exes can be made. The example .exes are deceiving as there is no built in support for writing text and other such things. Knowledge of assembler will be necessary for most programs you'd write with this.

C-- by Peter Cellik
/code/utils/compiler/c--c0203.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
309,669 bytes
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C-- compiler,It's either a stripped down version of C or ASM on steriods. It was good and cool some time ago, but there are surely better development platforms available.

C-- examples by Peter Cellik
/code/utils/compiler/c--ex103.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
213,584 bytes
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C-- example sources - A must get for c--0203.zip

DeKompress DOS32 by Dark Fibre
/code/utils/compiler/dkd32.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
12,414 bytes
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Decompresses files made with and compressed via DOS32 - This utility could be useful for rippers faced with intros coded with DOS32. It will unpack the exe and one can use further programs to extract mod files or graphics.

GEMA by ? of Sector One
/code/utils/compiler/gema16.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
118,143 bytes
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An assembler for those used to 68k assemblers - Avids believe that this assembler is more precise and makes more sense. I'll give them the former any day. It certainly does have many advantages over TASM and MASM with the exception of wide support. :(

GEMA by ? of Sector One
/code/utils/compiler/gema26aa.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
148,691 bytes
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An assembler for those used to 68k assemblers - Avids believe that this assembler is more precise and makes more sense. I'll give them the former any day. It certainly does have many advantages over TASM and MASM with the exception of wide support. :(

Inc Pro by KeLewAN
/code/utils/compiler/incpro3.zip
12 Aug 1997 (catalog date)
6,818 bytes
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A bin 2 include util. A word to the coder, learn to read/write double values, it'll help speed up the assembler. If you were really cool, you'd write a binary to .OBJ converter.

MikDLL library by MikMak
/code/utils/compiler/mikdll.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
20,844 bytes
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A dynamic library loader for BC/DOS - This is a rather complex piece of code not designed for the beginner. It shows you how you could create a dynamic library so that you can load code at runtime. Suggested use is for a mod player to load the specific sound card's drivers run time.

The MAKEFILE Maker v1.3 (Watcom) by Kwanny
/code/utils/compiler/mm13.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
30,985 bytes
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Netwide Assembler by Simon Tatham, Julian Hall
/code/utils/compiler/nasm094.zip
02 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
320,576 bytes
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A freeware assembler with good support. People have been switching from TASM to this assembler, especially linux and 68K coders. It is still being supported by the makers so it understands newer op codes, like mmx instructions, so you don't need to get intel's 'macros' for new opcodes.

QLIB 2.02 by Sub Death
/code/utils/compiler/qlib202.zip
10 Jul 1997 (catalog date)
362,098 bytes
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Replacements for standard C Library functions. Uses pmode/w. It replaces most standard C library functions, presumeably so that you don't have to link in the stdlibraries keeping an executable size down. Has some extras.

Font Editor by The Darkman
/code/utils/fonts/fontedit.zip
29 Sep 1997 (catalog date)
6,073 bytes
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Buggy and incomplete sources.

Watcom Font Editor by ???
/code/utils/fonts/w_fonted.zip
29 Sep 1997 (catalog date)
11,204 bytes
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Watcom font editor by ?. No documentation, no help, no examples. Only the source of the editor itself.

ASCII ART Lib by Jan Hubicka
/code/utils/graphics/aalib10.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
133,184 bytes
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Ascii Art Renderer. Do not kill yourself trying to understand the code (no comments at all, and fairly complex code). Bonus points for the concept. This is FUNKY and fun to play with. (TMDC anyone? might be useful to figure out how to go from a graphical image to ASCII)

Bin 2 Pal by pneyz of smoof
/code/utils/graphics/b2pal100.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
10,133 bytes
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Converts raw data to palette includeable stuff. Remember: there are no upload/download ratios on hornet. Please don't feel compelled to upload something merely for the sake of uploading something. Who do you think you're helping?

Byteraper 2000 v4.0b by Litening
/code/utils/graphics/byterape.zip
26 Feb 1998 (catalog date)
165,061 bytes
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A utility to rip graphics and mods out of demos. Doesn't work when compression is used, and it also doesn't support modern module formats.

Graphical File Viewer v2.01 by Jare of Iguana
/code/utils/graphics/gfv20.zip
26 Feb 1998 (catalog date)
12,669 bytes
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Very simple graphics ripper, doesn't work with compressed files.

DFMAKE by Alessandro Job
/code/utils/packers/dfmake.zip
10 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
39,904 bytes
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A program and library for accessing data from a datafile from Watcom - Useful little utility. Very simple.

FLI/FLC player
/code/video/flplay.zip
05 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
6,213 bytes
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Useless. No docs, no comments, no description. Doesn't even state the author.

FLI/FLC Compressing Utility by Goto64 of Purple
/code/video/lzakit90.zip
17 Jan 1999 (catalog date)
286,808 bytes
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Very useful if you want to include animations in your demo.

Text Mode FLI/FLC Player
/code/video/txtfli.zip
06 Oct 1996 (catalog date)
99,695 bytes
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Buggy mode set, only worked in a dos box from win '95. Had information about the text mode demo compo and was rather impressive for what it did. Otherwise, tight code for what it does, sparce, useless comments.

WIN95 And Demos Starter by Cute Elf
/code/windows/ce-win95.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
18,929 bytes
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Library for using DirectDraw for making demo effects. Use Winzip to decompress archive because of the long file names. If using DirectX 5, you have to change two lines in DirectXConversion.cpp to type cast to (DirectDrawSurface2 *). When you try to compile, you'll know which lines those are. Hmm... maybe wince stands for Win-CuteElf. (If you see this, are you going back there?)

Windows Tutorial by Denthor of Asphyxia
/code/windows/wintut1.zip
19 Jan 1998 (catalog date)
15,071 bytes
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Windows Tutorial 1. Denthor's back with some tutorials on windows graphics program. I (and he) recommend that you still get another reference (like a *gasp* book) if you know absolutely nothing about programming windows and intend to get serious about it. The tut has just enough info to grasp how windows works, the mindset needed for coding, and some basic messages windows can throw at you. Good for the ultra-beginner with windows. (Oh, the example here is a star field)

Coma Demo by The Brain Slayer
/demos/1991/comademo.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
135,553 bytes
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24 Hour Break by Digitize Design Group
/demos/1993/0-9/24h_brk.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
90,627 bytes
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Fast circle-effect, sine scroller (coded in interesting way) - not a great job for asm-intro-compo (of course some music) btw: at the end they are talking about many bugs: here is one: press (& hold) left shift during sine-scroller. Letters D and G will be moved 'a little' :-)

Locomotion by Onyx
/demos/1993/l/locom.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
64,077 bytes
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Released at event ASM93 in the in64 division and ranked 04

Symptoms of Computing by Capacala
/demos/1993/s/symptoms.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
91,667 bytes
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Xmas '93 by Superiority Complex
/demos/1993/x/xmas_93.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
278,744 bytes
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Amanaman by Coma
/demos/1994/a/amana.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
1,666,675 bytes
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Released at event TP94 in the demo division and ranked XX

Message From the Cosmic Brothers by Complex
/demos/1994/c/clx_cbro.zip
03 May 1998 (catalog date)
1,300,920 bytes
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386,,GUS,

Hey, That's Life! by Coma
/demos/1994/c/cma_dice.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
61,518 bytes
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Shortcircuit by COMA
/demos/1994/c/cma_shrt.zip
03 Jul 1996 (catalog date)
856,235 bytes
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Released at event ASM94 in the demo division and ranked XX

Comatose by Fear Factory
/demos/1994/c/coma.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
515,738 bytes
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Meeting Intro by COMA
/demos/1994/c/comamtng.zip
03 May 1998 (catalog date)
369,606 bytes
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Come! by Zed of Remal
/demos/1994/c/come.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
5,297 bytes
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Released at event ASM94 in the in4k division and ranked XX

4k Intro by Als of ???
/demos/1994/c/compcode.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
6,568 bytes
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Eikoneita by ???
/demos/1994/c/compovrs.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
5,246 bytes
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Released at event ASM94

Cyboman 2 by Complex
/demos/1994/c/cyboman2.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
67,533 bytes
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Released at event TP94 in the in64 division and ranked 01

Placebo by Complex
/demos/1994/p/placebo.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
54,216 bytes
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Released at event ASM94 in the in64 division and ranked 04

SC94Xmas by Spontaneous Combustion
/demos/1994/s/sc94xmas.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
310,188 bytes
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Shamaan by Complex
/demos/1994/s/shamaani.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
410,266 bytes
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Released at event ABD94 in the demo division and ranked 01

Tornado by Jmagic of Complex
/demos/1994/t/tornado.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
2,798 bytes
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Bill G Force by Complex
/demos/1995/c/clx_bgfr.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
65,528 bytes
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Released at event ASM95 in the in64 division and ranked 03

Dope by Complex
/demos/1995/c/clx_dope.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
915,222 bytes
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Xtal by Complex
/demos/1995/c/clx_xtal.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
1,444,479 bytes
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Complexity by Byteam
/demos/1995/c/clxfinal.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
9,686 bytes
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Released at event ASM95 in the in4k division and ranked 07

60BR W by Coma
/demos/1995/c/cma_brw.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
706,633 bytes
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Released at event TP95 in the demo division and ranked 08

Rauha Teille by COMA
/demos/1995/c/cma_crst.zip
08 Jun 1998 (catalog date)
2,317,823 bytes
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Released at event JUH95B in the demo division and ranked 04

Stickman's World by Coma
/demos/1995/c/cma_stik.zip
29 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
50,134 bytes
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Incompatibility by Byteam
/demos/1995/i/incompa.zip
24 May 1998 (catalog date)
66,694 bytes
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386,,GUS,

John Lennon Ain't Dead by COMA
/demos/1995/l/lennon.zip
24 May 1997 (catalog date)
1,721,878 bytes
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Released at event ASM95 in the demo division and ranked XX

No Comment by Vic, Emzet
/demos/1995/n/nocomm.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
61,188 bytes
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Released at event TP95 in the in64 division and ranked ??

OS/2 Demo by Comic (Complex)
/demos/1995/o/os2comic.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
366,564 bytes
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Released at event OS2W in the demo division and ranked 02

Play Doh by Coma
/demos/1995/p/playdoh.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
62,668 bytes
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Released at event ABD95 in the in64 division and ranked 05

Poliisi by Coma
/demos/1995/p/poliisi.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
775,655 bytes
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Too Complex (final) by Shock
/demos/1995/s/sck_clxf.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
615,627 bytes
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Released at event EXE95 in the demo division and ranked 01

W45 by COMA
/demos/1995/w/w45.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
84,760 bytes
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128 Byte Intro competition entries by V/A
/demos/1996/0-9/128-all.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
15,043 bytes
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128 Byte Intro competition results by V/A
/demos/1996/0-9/128-res.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
2,418 bytes
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Demo.Ita 256 Byte Compo Entries
/demos/1996/0-9/256bytes.zip
11 Oct 1997 (catalog date)
14,437 bytes
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BBS Brain Coma by Bloom
/demos/1996/b/blm-hbbc.zip
18 Jan 1997 (catalog date)
34,604 bytes
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No Garden by Complex
/demos/1996/c/clx_nog.zip
18 Dec 1996 (catalog date)
2,870,053 bytes
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Released at event SEN96 in the demo division and ranked ??

Rebel (As Perceived) by Complex
/demos/1996/c/clx_rebe.zip
16 Nov 1996 (catalog date)
2,650,420 bytes
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Released at event SKE96 in the demo division and ranked 04

We Go by Complex
/demos/1996/c/clx_wego.zip
14 Sep 1996 (catalog date)
79,335 bytes
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Released at event ASM96 in the in64 division and ranked 02

Supermax by Complex
/demos/1996/c/clxsperm.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
60,347 bytes
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Released at event TG96 in the in64 division and ranked 03

Agent 42 by COMA
/demos/1996/c/cma_a42.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
974,702 bytes
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Released at event ABD96 in the demo division and ranked EE

The Control by COMA
/demos/1996/c/cma_ctr.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
2,518,049 bytes
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Released at event TG95 in the demo division and ranked 02

Tomu by COMA
/demos/1996/c/cma_tomu.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
86,803 bytes
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Released at event DML96 in the in80 division and ranked 01

Paimen (english version) by COMA
/demos/1996/c/cmapaifx.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
329,487 bytes
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Released at event JUH96A in the demo division and ranked 02

Paimem by COMA
/demos/1996/c/cmapaim.zip
30 Jun 1996 (catalog date)
999,976 bytes
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Released at event JUH96A in the demo division and ranked 02