© 1989 – 2002 by Peace, all coded for Testaware / Paragon / Depeche / Papillon – Freeware
Here I’ll archive some of my more or less usefull coded stuff on Amiga 500, coz it was the best time ever!
Sources included in AmigaBASIC, AMOS, AMOSPro and Assembler, some in my own ravioli coding style
Black-Jack: Very first steps in coding! A cardgame based on 17 & 4. A silly german story about mafia, girls and money to give you the right feelings during gameplay. Simple graphics. AmigaBASIC interpreter included to start playing game immediately.
Dyspesia II: A moving puzzle game where you must clean up a digestive constipation. I know, very crazy story but I used first time self coded sound effects. AmigaBASIC interpreter included.
Hysteria Mind: Coded for my favorite AMIGA Magazine named AmigaDOS in 1990. Hysteria Mind based on the Thailon’s famous Atomix game, which is my personal favourite game I have had ever played.
School: Two programms to learn mathematic with Logik and english vocabulary with Irregular Verbs coded for my little brother in 1989 who gives me the idea too. But at all, I used it mostly for my own lame skills.
Paragon: My very first real game I had coded on Amiga 500. A logical boardgame to complete a given pattern. A very well AI of cpu opponent. Later compiled with the AC/Basic Compiler by AbSoft to create my first stand alone game. Paragon based on idea which I have had on C64 years ago, but never released it.
Antique Tennis: Yes, it’s a nice Pong game again, but with one sound fx called pong. Single, two Player, computer only playing mode. Free set of horizontal and vertical speed of ball. Mouse, keyboard and joystick supported.Coded because I like oldschool.
Bierschen II: A pretty easy horizontally shoot em up. A lot of none alcoholic aliens, meteors, bonus and even a crazy story: you’re a drunken alienhunter who had lost role. Coded by using special Amal features, Game Over: to fast for me today. German language.
Brainsphere: Jump and work around to leave balls. A strategic game for 1 upto 4 players, the aim is to leave balls after you turned so that other player couldn’t take a move anymore. But be carefull cause there are pitfalls on board. Nice graphics, coz some of it was ripped from a well known game.
Colorix: The rules of Colorix is to arrange a given order of coloured balls in a limit of time. It’s one more release like the rules by the Thailon game Atomix. A leveleditor is included.
Damned: A AMOS Professional game to train your photographic mind skills. The aim is to restore a board with removed stones in a limit of time. There a demomode, highscore and level password in it.
Harvey’s Nightmare: A mazegame with a large labyrinth but a only smal view of it. A lot of extras like moveable hindrances, pitfalls, keys, pearls and more in it, also a leveleditor to create own ones. Two versions included, v1.20 only runs on real Amiga, WinUAE couldn’t display larger screens as 1800px?!
Judith: A textadventure where you must find a way between dreams and time to your girlfriend Judith! Very hard to play cause there is a imagine labyrinth with a lot of hindrances in it where you must order her a way to find together… yes I had a new girlfriend at it’s time.
Magic Turn: Here you must turn patterns with different colored balls on it to create single color ones. It’s not a well gameplay but it will get harder as much as patterns to solve. Very simple graphics I think.
Mindchaos: A stratgic game where you must turn stonenumbers by clicking it to a given order. If one is selected all bordering stones will change it’s number too. More about 200 random generated levels. Gameconcept based on Logo by Starbyte
Mines: Quite a different from the original rules of Minesweeper. Select as much as possible minefree fields and got points for it. Two player mode, a good playing computer opponent, replay option save and load game functions and more.
Movix: You must move in stones from the border of a gameboard. If less than 4 stones ordered in a vertical or horizontal row it will erased and you ern points. Also a cpu opponent included, but with a low AI. Movix based on the game Matrix by Synergy Software
Paragon: One of my very first game I had coded in Amos. A logical boardgame to complete a given pattern. A good cpu opponent and a replay option of the last played game. Published on Fred Fish AmigaLibDisk Fish 600 (I was really proud)
Sha Na Na: Your aim is to color dirty walls within one color only. To change a color you must catch one of the bouncing balls on it, but there are also hunting skulls to make your job harder by the way.
Spherix: Try to order colored balls in horizontal or vertical rows to remove them and got points for it. Different sound fx and sets of balls / stones. Bonusround if all cleared. Only playable with joystick. Also a very first game coded in AMOS 1.3, no compiler avail at it’s time, starts from workbench by calling RAMOS.
Tie: A well hard game of combinations! The aim is to find out which balls are tied together, for me to hard although I coded it by my own. Every level got it’s own password, so you mustn’t replay from begin if you really would play again.
Took: A two player game based on a game by Magic Bytes called Blue Angel 69. The aim is to clean up a numbered field of stones. The level is that one player could only move and select stones horizontal, other vertical only. Very first one coded in Amos 1.3 and it seems to do nothing with the original one.
Adapt: This usefull tool was coded for my own at first, coz I hadn’t enough money at it’s time to buy a new Amiga with less than OS3.0 filesystem. But all new freeware disks were formatted in it which couldn’t read by my old good friend Amiga 500. So I coded Adapt to transfer OS3.0 files back to OS1.3. I liked the mask very well.
AIFFpaint: Not a DeluxePaint but supports more then IFF files only. It handles Amos Icon-/Sprite banks and the Abk graphics format too. All standart functions and a lot of more functions available which weren’t found in similar tools. Not compiled coz some bugs in it, so the RAMOS1.3 system is included. AIFFpaint were buyed for 35 DM by some startups, I was very angry about that, it’s Freeware!
AmBOS: A AMOS Professional file explorer like many others on Amiga but also specificated for AMOS banks. Included hex editor, pack and unpack functions for xpk, pp (all), lh, dimp, squash and more, helpsystem and a lot of many more, to much more needless options.
AMOSCopy: A AMOS Professional diskcopy with many great functions to manipulate diskblocks or ripping graphics and sound, analyzing structures and more. AMOSCopy has won the GetIT programming competition in 1992 the first prize was 75 disks of GetIt, and I got it.
AProPoPaProject: Crazy named, but it did it’s job. AMOSPro PowerPacker Project (that’s the real name) is able to pack any file in PowerPacker dataformat also decrunch it. The mask is similar to the orginal PowerPacker v4. A lot of options included, own coded GUI and more. All needed libs in archive.
APT: Coded for the german Amiga Magazine called HAM (Hannover Amiga Magazin). The publisher Karl-Heinz Bader ask me if I could code an easy to use textviewer as an include to the source of HAM, and of coz I did it with APT and lot of fun about 3 years of updates at all. Great mag & great time Charly!
ALCM: It’s Amos Level Code Maker, it generates a unlimmited number of passwords for eg. games at the easiest. Simply select the letters which only would be included, define numbers and length of passwords, that’s all. Only for OS1.3.
APicBase: A tool to catalogue and easy access pictures in iff file format also packed in different formats. It should be a shareware tool, but no one did never ever notice it, coz it’s a low gui but for me it was kewl, coz it’s like amos style.
Brainrepair: For those like me with demage brain. Brainrepair offers a simple mathprogram with different arithmetic tasks so you can train your skills if it would be lost. Simple gui but I liked it.
ChessBase: It’s a chess database to record and replay games for analyzing. All games from world championchip 1981 in Meran by Anatoli Karpov vs. Victor Kortschnoi as example included and ready to watch it. Nice graphics I think also for today.
DiskBase: The final release of catalogue diskarchives, easy to use installer, easy to use gui. A lot of options and informations of archived disksdatas. I used it a long time for my own and never ever crashed. A ready to use ADF of DiskBase included.
0815Copy: A very easy to use CLI diskcopy tool, no parameter needed coz it will copy whole disks from DF0: to DF1: as default. 0815Copy is probably the smallest diskcopy tool (1.21KB) on Amiga ever coz have had not found any smaller one.
ACS: The Amos Compiled Source Squasher packs executables which were compiled with APCmp. I coded it cause a source could be compiled from CLI by call APCmp but never could crunch it without special tools, so ACS will even crunch compiled programms from CLI.
ADS: The Amos Disk Squasher is a diskpacker as CLI/Shell command tool coded im AMOS. It packs whole DOS disks to a singe .ADS archive, also decompress and copy to disk back. 4 packmodes, flashing effects and virus captures check options included.
AErr: Calculates a AMOS/AMOS Pro error code number to real text information. So that to debugging a code while testing is very easy to find possible errors in it. AErr was my first tool coded in the nice Kefrens Seka v3.0 Assembler by Promax later adapted to DevPac-Assembler.
AMOSPro_Explode.lib: My biggest Assembler project! A AMOS Professional extension library, included 131 new commads like packer (xpk/pp/bk/ip), structure, graphics, disk, fonts and many more function calls. Entry is number 7 in the library position. Sorry Chris for: move.w #1,-22(a5)… but I wrote a letter to you, to buy your AMCAF lib but got no answer back then!
BootTwister: Installs a IFF/ACBM picture onto bootblock also none DOS disks, additional you can include and replay a soundtracker module, all files could be packed in powerpacker format. BootTwister is a extended edition to the well known BootGirl at it’s time.
DiskTool Library: A developer Amiga system library for fast access to diskblocks, tracks, quick format, diskcopy and more. Also a easy to use memory system. Source examples in AMOS/Pro and Assembler included. I got problems with some copyright idiots then, so I must remove routines of MFM writing to encrypt protected long tracks, damn I lost it!
DoBB: A extended edition to the standard amiga install command. Check, archive, optimize and install different types of bootblocks. A command line interface executable. You should read the doc for more info.
GWVI98: Yes I did it! GWVI98 (Good Will Virus 1998) it’s a virus, not one as like the SCA, BGS9 or Byte Killer coz it would never demage disks, it’s only permission was to warn users by a well known guru meditation of none carefully handling with unprotected DOS disks!
MkADF: This command utility was special coded for WinUAE Amiga emulator for PC to create empty ADF DOS 3.1 disks by run from shell. Simply have to give the name of disk as commandline. Coded in ASM-One Assembler, it was my last assembler tool coded for Amiga.
Q4mat: A tool to quick format a DOS disk at its fastest. Only bootblock and infoblock will be written, so all fileinfos are almost available but the disk is declared as empty by system. For me one of my very usefull tools ever.
VPic: A CLI/Shell tool to display pictures in IFF Raw, IFF Compressed, IFF ACBM, AMOS DataPack, AMOS ScreenPack, VPic BitMap, Workbench Info and actual WB Screen. Also handles pictures packed in PP20, LH18, XPK and support of the decrunch.library to encrypt / depack more over 100 formats. Using the reqtools.library for easy gui. As special, viewed pictures could save as IFF.
WBc: This very small tool changes the systemcolors on the fly. A lot of predefined styles like OS1.3, OS2.0, AMOSPro Interface and more. Also it can save the current style as default in system-configuration or use the reqtools.library for individual set of colors.
All Programms + Sources: If you realy interested in all published stuff above you can download here all in one single packed rar archive, also included the Amiga 2 PC toolz!
Amiga 2 PC: A LhA packed archive with tools to transfer Amiga files between MS-DOS compatible disks for use on Windows PC. No transfer via serial port needed, simply copy from disk to disk on Aniga, use it with Kick ROM 1.3 (Amiga 500). Please read the how to use documentation in german only on disk!
Amiga Kick ROM’s: I don’t know if offering is forbidden, all roms ripped from my own buyed Amiga’s!
KS ROM v1.1 (A1000/NTSC) rev. 31.34 | KS ROM v1.2 (A500,A1000,A2000) rev. 33.180 | KS ROM v1.3 (A500,A1000,A2000) rev. 34.5 | KS ROM v2.04 (A500+) rev. 37.175 | KS ROM v3.0 (A1200) rev. 39.106 | KS ROM v3.1 (A500,A600,A2000) rev. 40.10 | KS ROM v3.5 (A500 – A4000) rev. 40.1