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Information - 1st Maths

GenreEducation - MathematicsYear
LanguageSTOS BASICPublisher[no publisher]
Players1, 2 (alt.)DeveloperUndersoft
ResolutionLowLicensed from-

Camp, Geoff

Graphic Artist(s)SoftwareEnglish
Game designBox / InstructionsEnglish
Musician(s)LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FXSerial
Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
Dumpdownload atari 1st Maths Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / Single Sided

Instructions - 1st Maths

           *              *
           *  1ST. MATHS  *
           *              *

              Geoff Camp



1st. Maths has been written in STOS 
and then compiled. A fully upgraded 
version of STOS was used, so it is 
compatible with all versions of ST's 
and STE's.


Place the disk in drive A and turn on 
the ST. When the desktop appears 
double click on the 1STMATHS.PRG icon. 
The program will then load and run. 
This file may be placed in an AUTO 
folder for automatic loading and 
running when the ST is turned on.


1st. Maths is a game aimed at young 
children who are learning the basics 
of counting, addition and subtraction. 
A short memory type game is included 
to give the child an occasional break.


Once loaded, the 1st. Maths selection 
screen appears. Use the mouse to 
select your game by clicking on the 
box of your choice - ie. counting, 
addition, subtraction, or the game. 
You may also choose to quit 1st. Maths 
from this screen.
MATHS GAMES - The child is given a 
series of questions, and answers them 
by moving the mouse over one of the 
numbers at the base of the screen and 
clicking either button. If he presses 
the 'END' box then he his shown the 
number of questions asked and the 
number of questions he has answered 
correctly. After a short tune is 
played the selection screen is again 
MEMORY GAME - This short game is can 
be played by one or two players. The 
child moves the mouse over his first 
choice, and then repeats this process 
for his second choice. His score is 
increased if a pair has been found. If 
not, then play is given to the second 
player. Play continues until all pairs 
are found, or until the 'END' box is 
chosen. In this case all pairs are 
shown, and the selection screen is 
again shown.


 We are a group of programmers that 
see a great gap in the ST software 
market for children's software - both 
educational and games. We produce this 
software as shareware and encourage 
you to copy it and give copies away to 
friends and enemies. We do ask that 
all files remain unaltered on the disk 
if you choose to share it around. If 
you use and enjoy the program then 
please send an amount of money, 
suggest $15-20, to the address below 
to become a registered user. (Does 
this mean I'll soon be rich? Ha Ha!)


     Geoff Camp,
     47 Alawoona Rd.
     Munno Para,
     South Australia,


SPIDER SPELL - A non-violent version 
of hangman. Contains over 4,000 words, 
20+ tunes. The child is rewarded with 
one of the tunes and dancing bugs.

MATHS ACTION - A maths game for older 
children. Test addition, subtraction, 
multiplication and division in 6 
levels. A shoot 'em up game is the 
reward for good performance.

HOMEWORKER - A wordprocessor/DTP 
package aimed at children. Large text, 
15 fonts, import .NEO or .PI1 pictures 
or design your own. Great!

BRAIN FOOD - A collection of four 
games for children.
LETTERS - A puzzle game.
DEUCE - A multi level, one or two 
player memory game.
PIPE LINE - A Tetris like arcade game.
MAZIST - A maze generation program. 
Outputs to printer, screen or as a 
.NEO or .PI1 picture file.

Contact me at the above address, or 
your nearest PD library, to get your 
copies of the above programs.

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