Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 932’

Fish-disk 932 content: DynamicSkies

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A big toolbox for astronomy that has, for an ultimate goal, to answer with speed any question that may arise on celestial objects. For example, suppose you have an urge to observe Jupiter tonight from your window, You may consult rise/set times of Jupiter, ask when it crosses south-west (supposing your window faces south- west), and with just a mouse click have a glance at the simulated sky at this time. You may even animate Jupiter’s path across the sky with a time-step animation. Of course, if you’re a real star gazer, don’t forget your binoculars or telescope for the real thing! Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Patrick DeBaumarche

Fish-disk 932 content: Fleuch

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A little game with more than five extra large stages. The object is to pickup up your cargo and climb safely to the next stage, without being shot or running into anything, (including your cargo!). Scrolling, shooting, some gravitation, similar to Thrust (C64). Version 2.0, and update to version 1.0 on disk number 760. Binary only. Author: Karsten G

Fish-disk 932 content: StackMon

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A program to monitor the stack use of other programs or tasks. Has a convenient GadTools front end. Requires AmigaDOS 2.04 or higher. Version 1.0, includes source in E. Author: David Kinder


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