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Information - Forum 36

GenreBoard Game - MiscellaneousYear1992
LanguageGFA BASICPublisher[no publisher]
ControlsMouseDistributor-
Players1, 1 vs. 2DeveloperAdvanved Image Software
ResolutionLowLicensed from-
Programmer(s)

Sienicki, Nathan

CountryUSA 
Graphic Artist(s)

Sienicki, Nathan

SoftwareEnglish
Game design

Sienicki, Nathan

Box / InstructionsEnglish
Musician(s)

-

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX

-

Serial
Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
MIDIVersion
Dumpdownload atari Forum 36 Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / ?
Protection

Additional Comments - Forum 36

Unfortunately this version has slightly corrupted graphics.

Instructions - Forum 36

December 9th, 1992

        *** FORUM36 V1.01 By Advanced Image Software ***


    After de-archiving forum.lzh,  you should find five files as
follows:
                        (1). FORUM36.DOC
                        (2). FORUM36.PRG
                        (3). BOARD1.STP
                        (4). SPRITES.STP
                        (5). STRTSCRN.STP
If any one of  these are missing, then you  have a  corrupt copy
of this game.   To obtain an original, contact us at the address
contained within this document.

    Forum36 is an advanced form of the popular tic-tac-toe game.
It utilizes a 6 X 6 grid in which  each opponent must attempt to
match four of his/her pieces in  a vertical or horizontal row to
win.  If your a lonely bachelor or a latch key kid, then you can
select  the  single  player  option  and  match  wits  with  the
computer.   Strategy of this  particular version  was  purposely
limited to  allow a  fighting chance  for those under age eight.
We  will try  to support  variable  challenge  levels in  future
versions of Forum36.  The game's control panel has many features
like bonus play,  one or two  player selection,  game status and
win displays,  and the ability  to clear the game status.   When
bonus play  is selected,  a randomly located  invisible space is
present in one of the thirty six squares.   During the course of
play, whoever lands  on that space will get an  additional turn. 
To begin, you must be  in low resolution  before double clicking
on "FORUM36.PRG" or you will get a warning message to that fact.
When the game board appears, clicking the left mouse button once
will bring up the game's  control panel.   Click on "START GAME"
to begin.  Forum36 fully supports mouse control.  

    To use Forum36 on  a hard disk system,  simply be  sure that
all of  the associated  game files  are located  within the same
directory.

    Future versions of Forum36 will be tested on computers other
than the STe  so that full compatibility  with the Falcon030 and
TT030 will  be realized.   Sampled sound  effects  will also  be
incorporated into the game.

This game  is public  domain as  long as  this document  and all
other Forum36 files remain  unchanged and are  included with the
file Forum36.prg.  Only Advanced Image Software will reserve the
right to alter and update any and/or all of these files.

    Advanced Image Software writes  software on the premise that
it will not interfere with God,  home,  and country.   In simple
terms, we have a "keep it clean" motto.  You will always be able
to rely on us for  products and software  that anyone  can enjoy
or use without being offended by it.

                      --- Disclaimer ---
    Advanced Image Software nor it's people  will be held liable
or responsible for any  damages or injuries due  to the usage of
this software.  It's amazing what people will sue for nowaday's.

    If you have any bugs or suggestions to report, or would like
to donate to the Atari-ST cause, please write me at:

                   Advanced Image Software
                   c/o Nathan W. Sienicki
                   751 W. Ewing
                   South Bend, IN  46613


                     ----- Credits ----- 
To God for giving me the  ability I have to write this software.
To my dad for  some programming  tips and pushing me to get this
program done.
Atari I.M.A.G.E.  club  of South  Bend  Indiana  for  supporting
software writing and development.
And to Atari  for  designing this  excellent computer  (STe)  to
write software on and for.

Forum36 was written in GFA Basic by Nathan W. Sienicki.

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