Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 392’

Fish-disk 392 content: BTNTape

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A ‘Better Than Nothing’ SCSI tape device handler. It provides flat file access to a SCSI tape drive from application programs using simple DOS calls to Read() and Write(). It can also be used with the Amiga TAR utility for disk backups. Files may span multiple tape volumes and may start at any tape block. This handler requires a ‘SCSI-direct’ compatible hard disk driver. Version 1.0, includes source. Author: Robert Rethemeyer

Fish-disk 392 content: Spades

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Amiga’ized version of the popular card game. This is a single player version, where you play one hand and the computer plays your partner and also your two opponents. Version 1.1, includes source. Author: Greg Stelmack

Fish-disk 392 content: CPlot

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Graphs linear functions in two dimensions, similiar to a Mandelbrot plot. You start with a linear function like 10sin(x**2+y**2) and CPlot treats each point on the screen as an X-Y coordinate, color-scaling it according to its magnitude for a preset range of inputs. Includes some very nice sample creations. Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Terry Gintz

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