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Short:Nibbles/Worm game. One or two players
Author:di3andpe at ida.his.se (Anders Persson)
Uploader:di3andpe ida his se (Anders Persson)
Type:game/actio
Version:98
Architecture:m68k-amigaos
Date:1998-05-05
Download:http://aminet.net/game/actio/masken98.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/game/actio/masken98.readme
Downloads:660
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                       Oh, no more SuperMasken '98
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You have probably seen this kind of game before: A worm
crawling around on the screen. And the more it eats, the longer
it gets. I don't know when these games first appeared, but my
brother made one on the VIC20 in 1983 (Hej Svante!). But now,
lets tell the story of "Supermasken": 

The story begins in 1992: I'm in school (Polhemsgymnasiet,
Gothenburg). In the breaks, we went to a classroom full of
486:es. And on these we played Microsoft basic "Nibbles"...
And I thougth for myself: "Hey, I can do this game, but better".
So I went home and begun programming on my Amiga 500. After a
while, and with some ideas from Fredrik Sörensson (Frodo)
and Mats Lindblom (Gizmo), "Supermasken" was born.
"Supermasken" means "The Super Worm" in swedish. And it
was a hit among my friends! So we ended up playing
supermasken in the breaks instead! (Yes, we had two of the
pupils Amiga 500's in the computer room! (for playing Lotus 2
(or was it 3) with 4 players!!) (Great school, don't you think? :-) 

And then came 1993, and I bought myself a brand new Amiga 1200 with a
harddrive of 80 megabytes! And I begun to develop a new version of the
game, that finaly resulted in "Oh, no more SuperMasken" (or SuperMasken
II). The news were: New and better graphics, new music, more monsters,
built-in track editor, more levels, hard drive installable and more... 

Then something sad happened: My hard drive broke! And I had no backup
of the source for "Oh, no more SuperMasken". So, there could never
be a new version of the game! Really SAD! 

But HEY!, Isn't THIS a new version of the game????? 
Yes, it is! But HOW? 

Well, it begun with that the only person who have registred my
program "BorayLetter" (hi Roy!) decided to send me more
money, as he thougth he had payed to little last time. Well, I
thougth he deserved a little bonus and decided to send him the
now 5 year old game "Oh, no more SuperMasken"... 
But then, I remembered that it didn't work as it should any
longer... The music sounded strange, as processor speeds goes
up, and DMA wait remains the same, and the workbench
palette was changed when the game ended due to a bug in old
hisoft basic... 
So, as the game was made in modules (separate files for music,
graphics etc.), it was really easy to excange the music into some
DigiBooster mods I made last year. And I loaded the executable
file into a TEXT EDITOR and changed the names of the music
mods. And then I sent him the game... 

And then... I played the game some, and thougt: "Hey! This
game is quite funny!". Why don't I fresh it up a bit, and make a
new release of it? 
And..... so I did! 

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This is new:

      New 8 channel music 
      New graphics 
      The game is translated to ENGLISH! 
      Many new tracks! (Now over 100 levels!) The standard
      tracks was replaced with new ones. The old has the base
      name "LAST", and the really old tracks (from
      SuperMasken 1) has the base name "OLDTRACK" 
      No need to install any libs or fonts, just run the game! 
      WB-palette bug fixed. When the game exits,
      SYS:prefs/palette is loaded and sets the palette to your
      defaults. (You will probably not notice). 


This is still bad: The game is not multitasking friendly. It IS possible
to jump to another screen, but your topaz font will look very strange,
and the game will be started every time you press the left mouse button.
So I advise you to, play the game, and then QUIT... You can always restart
the game later. 

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REQUIREMENTS:

(Probably) AmigaDos 2.0+, a hard drive and a 68020 processor. 

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There is two versions of this game. A full version and a lite
version. The only difference between the versions is that the full
version has more music to choose from.

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Well, HAVE FUN!!!! And don't forget to take a look at my other
programs, "Selector" and "BorayLetter". And my mods can be
found on Aminet: mods/boray 

GREETINGS TO: Arkie/Steve, Frodo, Gizmo, Henrikarna,
Sunbane, Midaz, Roy! and all others! 

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 * Also Try *
 
 My homepage: www.ida.his.se/ida/~di3andpe/
 
 Lots of free software, latest versions of my programs and support.
 

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 * Also Try *
 
 Aminet: comm/misc/BorayLetter53.lha    (english version)
         comm/misc/BorayLetter53S.lha   (svensk version)
 Homepage: www.ida.his.se/ida/~di3andpe/bletter.chtml
 

        Boray Letter, "The king of letter programs". Maybe you 
        don't know what a letter program is. Well, it was something that 
        started on the C64. You could use the keyboard to write a message 
        to your friend, and when he looked at it, it was played in the same 
        way it was written.... BorayLetter is that, and much more. You can 
        for example draw lines, wait for a key to be pressed or even 
        animate and make your own little cartoons!!!

        When you for example draw a line in your letter, only the
        coordinates for the line are saved to the file. All graphics works
        in this way. This leads to an extremely spacesaving fileformat.
        For example, the demo letter "Cecdic" contains 4:30 minutes of
        cartoons. And it's only 32K big (uncompressed). Yes, it's not even
        compressed. If you pack it with SHRINK, it will be 21K, or 24K
        with lha.

          "BorayLetter är ett roligt och lättanvänt program"
             -InternetGuiden nr 2, 1998

          "BorayLetter is a funny and easy-to-use program"
             -InternetGuiden nr 2, 1998


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 * Also Try *
 
 Aminet: util/boot/selector71.lha
 Homepage: www.ida.his.se/ida/~di3andpe/selector.chtml

 
  Highly configurable launching tool for almost ANY purpose. But
  it is not yet another program like toolsdeamon or toolmanager.
  Selector serves as a complement to these types of programs. It's
  more like a script language.

  You can for example make a button panel that follows you from
  screen to screen when changing screens. Or a button panel (or menu)
  that pops up ANYWHERE when pressing your middle mouse button.
  (Or when pressing both mouse buttons together.)

  You can make a button for starting a program if it's not allready
  open, else just jump to that programs screen. This is very comfortable,
  as you allways press the same button to get to the programs screen,
  regardless if it's open or not.
  
  You can make a special window only available on (for example) your
  word processors screen, with buttons for starting different arexx
  scripts for that program.
  
  Selector is a powerful tool to use within shell scripts or to
  make a little GUI for your CLI type program. I have for example
  made a GUI for GMPlay (mus/midi/GMPlayGUI15.lha on Aminet) using
  selector.
  
  The possible use of selector is almost unlimited, yet the syntax
  is very simple.
    
  It is really easy to produce a button panel, info window  or a little
  requester with selector. Or why not quote the world's biggest Amiga
  magazine: "Selector, the easiest way to create your own toolbars" ...
  "The program is so easy to use that you can have your first project
  up and running in under a minute" - AMIGA FORMAT, MARCH 1998


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 * Also Try *

 Aminet: mods/boray
 Homepage: www.ida.his.se/ida/~di3andpe/mods.chtml
 
        My DigiBooster and Protracker music modules.
        
        Why not try the 4 latest:
        
        mods/boray/DayUnknown.lha       (DIGI Booster module by Boray 97/12/01)
        mods/boray/HELGON.lha           (DIGI Booster module by Boray 97/11/02)
        mods/boray/PsalmAP2Alt.lha      (DIGI Booster module by Boray 97/09/23)
        mods/boray/IAmGenerated.lha     (DIGI Booster module by Boray 97/09/15)
        
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Contents of game/actio/masken98.lha
 PERMSSN    UID  GID    PACKED    SIZE  RATIO METHOD CRC     STAMP          NAME
---------- ----------- ------- ------- ------ ---------- ------------ -------------
[generic]                  272     628  43.3% -lh5- d8dc Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98.info
[generic]                   61      61 100.0% -lh0- 7c2e Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/BORAY.00
[generic]                72185   73680  98.0% -lh5- 15a0 Jan 20  1998 SuperMasken'98/BorayLetter
[generic]                   26      26 100.0% -lh0- 0db8 Feb 10  1998 SuperMasken'98/COOL.00
[generic]                   22      22 100.0% -lh0- 1d55 Feb 10  1998 SuperMasken'98/EXPAND.00
[generic]                   39     264  14.8% -lh5- f35a Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/fonts/OONoMoreSuperMask.font
[generic]                 1634    2728  59.9% -lh5- 29ee Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/fonts/OONoMoreSuperMask/8
[generic]                 2684    4546  59.0% -lh5- dfe8 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/intro.ble
[generic]                33035   48944  67.5% -lh5- ce8c Sep 11  1992 SuperMasken'98/libs/hisoftbasic.library
[generic]                   36      36 100.0% -lh0- 2221 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/m.1
[generic]                   36      36 100.0% -lh0- 882c Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/m.2
[generic]                   41      41 100.0% -lh0- 9c30 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/m.3
[generic]                   37      37 100.0% -lh0- 3459 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/m.4
[generic]                   39      39 100.0% -lh0- 0297 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/m.7
[generic]                 5049    9972  50.6% -lh5- cbbc Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/mask.0
[generic]                  147     694  21.2% -lh5- 6dc0 Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/mask.10
[generic]                 3022    8214  36.8% -lh5- 6d94 Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/mask.12
[generic]                 2317    4498  51.5% -lh5- 835c Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/mask.13
[generic]                 6175   32388  19.1% -lh5- f60c Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/mask.14
[generic]                 1254    2796  44.8% -lh5- 8111 Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/mask.15
[generic]                  252     252 100.0% -lh0- 34db Feb 13  1998 SuperMasken'98/mask.5
[generic]                 2322    3320  69.9% -lh5- 0ab3 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/mask.8
[generic]                  141     141 100.0% -lh0- 2627 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/MAZE.00
[generic]                 7254    7272  99.8% -lh5- 0c55 Dec 12  1997 SuperMasken'98/music/DIGIplay
[generic]               155485  243956  63.7% -lh5- 0a1b Feb 10  1998 SuperMasken'98/music/Gen.DIGI
[generic]                92571  158529  58.4% -lh5- ebe8 Nov 12  1997 SuperMasken'98/music/HELGON.DIGI
[generic]               151536  208312  72.7% -lh5- 7903 Feb 10  1998 SuperMasken'98/music/King.DIGI
[generic]               159591  276221  57.8% -lh5- 1b5f Aug  6  1997 SuperMasken'98/music/Old.DIGI
[generic]               115181  205669  56.0% -lh5- 852a Jun  9  1997 SuperMasken'98/music/Stranger.DIGI
[generic]                  110     110 100.0% -lh0- a5ab Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/MYSTERY.00
[generic]                  169     280  60.4% -lh5- 4f5a Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/Oh, no more SuperMasken
[generic]                  208     463  44.9% -lh5- 4ccc Feb 12  1998 SuperMasken'98/Oh, no more SuperMasken.info
[generic]                   82      82 100.0% -lh0- 20d5 Jun  7  1997 SuperMasken'98/OLDTRACK.00
[generic]                18670   19124  97.6% -lh5- 8124 Feb 14  1998 SuperMasken'98/SuperMasken2
[generic]                   62      62 100.0% -lh0- 762b Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/TRACK.00
[generic]                  166     166 100.0% -lh0- 61eb Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.1
[generic]                  187     187 100.0% -lh0- cf17 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.2
[generic]                  313     313 100.0% -lh0- 5513 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.3
[generic]                  179     179 100.0% -lh0- 9be1 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.4
[generic]                  210     210 100.0% -lh0- 2a2f Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.5
[generic]                  177     177 100.0% -lh0- 9a38 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.6
[generic]                  354     354 100.0% -lh0- 425f Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/BORAY.7
[generic]                   66      66 100.0% -lh0- 0f13 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.1
[generic]                  152     152 100.0% -lh0- 37d2 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.10
[generic]                   80      80 100.0% -lh0- 7aa4 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.11
[generic]                   72      72 100.0% -lh0- e768 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.12
[generic]                   90      90 100.0% -lh0- 35e7 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.13
[generic]                  102     102 100.0% -lh0- c450 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.14
[generic]                  105     105 100.0% -lh0- 8f0c Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.15
[generic]                   87      87 100.0% -lh0- 39fb Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.16
[generic]                   54      54 100.0% -lh0- 4d03 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.17
[generic]                   30      30 100.0% -lh0- f2a3 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.18
[generic]                   15      15 100.0% -lh0- 5905 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.19
[generic]                   88      88 100.0% -lh0- b7f4 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.2
[generic]                  124     124 100.0% -lh0- 69fa Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.3
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[generic]                  198     198 100.0% -lh0- 53b9 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.7
[generic]                  146     146 100.0% -lh0- 967e Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.8
[generic]                  138     138 100.0% -lh0- b25d Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/COOL.9
[generic]                   45      45 100.0% -lh0- 1ed7 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.1
[generic]                  354     354 100.0% -lh0- 0c30 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.10
[generic]                  343     343 100.0% -lh0- 90ca Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.11
[generic]                  349     349 100.0% -lh0- a17e Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.12
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[generic]                  222     222 100.0% -lh0- d250 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.5
[generic]                  254     254 100.0% -lh0- 4f97 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.6
[generic]                  272     272 100.0% -lh0- 23d3 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.7
[generic]                  322     322 100.0% -lh0- c120 Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.8
[generic]                  342     342 100.0% -lh0- 0c8f Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/EXPAND.9
[generic]                  147     147 100.0% -lh0- 14df Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/LAST.1
[generic]                  124     124 100.0% -lh0- 85c0 Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/LAST.10
[generic]                  237     237 100.0% -lh0- 3af2 Feb 11  1998 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/LAST.11
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[generic]                  507     507 100.0% -lh0- d3fb Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MAZE.1
[generic]                  509     509 100.0% -lh0- 1867 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MAZE.2
[generic]                  282     282 100.0% -lh0- 42b5 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MAZE.3
[generic]                  289     289 100.0% -lh0- f982 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MAZE.4
[generic]                  149     149 100.0% -lh0- 9f2d Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.1
[generic]                  271     271 100.0% -lh0- dffc Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.10
[generic]                  228     228 100.0% -lh0- 343b Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.11
[generic]                  212     212 100.0% -lh0- 8aa6 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.2
[generic]                  224     224 100.0% -lh0- 1429 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.3
[generic]                  277     277 100.0% -lh0- 0446 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.4
[generic]                  394     394 100.0% -lh0- f9fe Mar 23  1996 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.5
[generic]                  100     100 100.0% -lh0- 2fd9 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.6
[generic]                  249     249 100.0% -lh0- 2751 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.7
[generic]                  177     177 100.0% -lh0- fa54 Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.8
[generic]                  168     168 100.0% -lh0- 881d Aug  3  1995 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/MYSTERY.9
[generic]                  243     243 100.0% -lh0- 65b8 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/OLDTRACK.1
[generic]                  132     132 100.0% -lh0- ea48 Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/OLDTRACK.10
[generic]                   90      90 100.0% -lh0- ec2e Sep 14  1994 SuperMasken'98/Tracks/OLDTRACK.11
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