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Fish 1083 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:54

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CONTENTS OF DISK 1083
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AntiMatter 2.1 Deduce the location of hidden "atoms".

Amiga version of the `70s board game "Black Box". Features are:
Intuition-based, stereo sound, animated pointer, supports all Amigas
and OS versions 1.3+, well tested.

Author: Adam Levin-Delson
Path: AmigaLibDisk1083:Programs/AntiMatter/

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BeepAManiac 0.7 Replace the System Beep for WB2 and WB3

First there was DisplayBeep that alerts the user by flash the screen, then
came DisplayBeep with sound extension that alerts the user with a beep or
sampled sound and/or flash the screen. Now comes BeepAManiac, a small
Commodity that patches the standard Intuition DisplayBeep function.

BeepAManiac lets you play infinite number of sounds. Each time the
DisplayBeep is called, BeepAManiac plays a random sound. This is much more
pleasant to listen then the same old standard boring sound.

BeepAManiac is very small and uses very little memory. You can configure
BeepAManiac to use from 8K to 128K size sampled sounds. BeepAManiac can
also play two simultaneous sounds at the same time if the DisplayBeep is
call twice in the row.

Author: Danny Y. Wong
Path: AmigaLibDisk1083:Programs/BeepAManiac/

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Man_Iske 37.14 Unix type Man command

This is a simple MAN command, known from UNIX systems.
The advantage is, that it recognizes .guide files to be
AmigaGuide© documents. MAN then uses a different viewer
in order to display the AmigaGuide© document. Furthermore
MAN recognizes TeX-DVI files as well, using a different
viewer to display them. You may configure MAN using
environment variables.

Author: Kai Iske
Path: AmigaLibDisk1083:Programs/Man_Iske/

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ARexX-10 ?.? Communicates with X-10 coprocessors

This is a program for communicating with the X-10 coprocessor being sold
by Marrick Limited. It provides an ARexx hub through which any number of
other programs may communicate with the interface.

Author: Lyle Hazelwood
Path: AmigaLibDisk1083:Programs/ARexX-10/

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DiamondCaves 1.3 Great Boulder dash clone

Diamond Caves is a Boulder Dash clone with many advantages to previously
released clones:

- programmed 100% using OS-routines
- supports different screenmodes (runs on gfx-boards!)
- comes with ready-to-run installer script
- 1 or 2 players (maybe even more in future releases)
- playfields from 10x10 to 100x100 squares
- loads of new features like conveyor belts, switches, and much more
- recording and replay of previously played games
- 25 tutorial-levels and 25 game-levels in the unregistrated version
- great Intuition-based Leveleditor in the registrated version

Author: Peter Elzner
Path: AmigaLibDisk1083:Programs/DiamondCaves/

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Fish1083.dms [md5] 638dbb0e7f1d58a102698c6f719a0589


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