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Information - Disco Daddy

GenreBoard Game - JigsawYear1989
Language[unknown]Publisher[no publisher]
ControlsJoystick, MouseDistributor-
Players1Developer-
ResolutionLowLicensed from-
Programmer(s)

Mills, William [Bill]

CountryUSA 
Graphic Artist(s)

Mills, William [Bill]

SoftwareEnglish
Game design

Mills, William [Bill]

Box / InstructionsEnglish
Musician(s)

-

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX

-

Serial
Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
MIDIVersion
Dumpdownload atari Disco Daddy Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / Single Sided
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Instructions - Disco Daddy

                DISCO DADDY, THE HIP DANCE PUZZLE
                   Copyright 1989 William Mills

    Please copy and distribute in it's entirety free of charge

Hi there, I hope you enjoy Disco Daddy.  I'm not really that much 
of a programmer, but I'm starting to get into GFA Basic.  (Mostly 
I do desktop publishing, and equipment repair for California state 
university Fresno)

The game is pretty simple it's just one of those little sliding 
tile puzzles (the 2D predecessor to the Rubic's cube) with an 
entertaining dance twist.  Use Joystick1 to move the dancer onto 
one of the tiles that can be slid (one that is next to the empty 
spot) and press the fire button.

Disco Daddy was written in GFA BASIC 2.0 (awfully nice of START 
magazine to distribute it)  If you want the sparsely doccumented 
source code, drop me some e-mail.

The graphics files for Disco Daddy are Neochome pictures.  You can 
make your own dancefloors and dancers with neochrome.  The 
following are some tips for doing so.
  Make sure they both use the same palette, the palette of the 
floor is the one that the game uses.
  Make sure that you cut the proper masks for the dancer.  If you 
don't know what a mask is, take a look at the included dancer 
file, it should be pretty easy to figure out.
 The lower right square of each puzzle needs to be solid, one 
color.

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.  If you 
design any sharp looking dancers and or dancefloors, please email 
them to me also, and I will archive them and post them to 
terminator.

ENJOY!
Bill Mills
bill@csufres.csufresno.edu     billm@gaudi.csufresno.edu
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