(updated 4 October 1990)
Thank you for downloading MAZ!
FILES IN THE ARCHIVE
Here are the files included in this archive:
Filename Length Description
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DESKTOP.INF 472 A medium-resolution Desktop
JUMP.ACC 15124 JUMPSTART autobooting accessory
MAZ.DOC 13021 Documentation (in ASCII format)
MAZ.PRG 19906 The MAZ program itself
READ.ME 4869 This file
REGISTER.NOW 1905 Registration form
IN A HURRY?
To get started in a hurry, simply double-click on the MAZ.PRG icon or
name on your Desktop, type MAZ from the Dos Shell command prompt. You
must be using a color monitor to run MAZ.
The complete MAZ documentation in contained in the file MAZ.DOC
in the archive. The file is in plain-vanilla ASCII.
To print the documentation on your printer, double-click on the
MAZ.DOC icon or name on the Desktop, and then click on the Print
MAZ is Copyright (c) 1984-1990 by J. Weaver Jr., and is distributed
as SHAREWARE. MAZ is _not_ in the public domain. Permission is
granted to use MAZ free of charge for evaluation purposed for a
period of two weeks or less. Permission is also granted to
redistribute this archive in its complete, unaltered form. All other
rights are reserved.
If you use MAZ for longer than two weeks, please register your copy.
Registration is completely voluntary - this is a complete,
"uncrippled" version of MAZ, and will not suddenly "blow up", erase
files, or cease to function if you don't register it. However, all of
our income from MAZ is derived from user registration fees: if you
think it's worth using, isn't it worth registering, too?
Please feel free to send any amount that you feel is fair
compensation for the entertainment you receive from MAZ. For your
registration fee of $10 or more per copy, you will receive technical
support and assistance via GEnie Mail (address FACTPROG) and U.S.
To register your copy of MAZ, copy the registration form to your
printer by double-clicking on the REGISTER.NOW icon or name from the
Desktop, and them clicking on the Print button. Fill in all the
blanks - don't forget to choose your own 7-digit MAZ registration
number (which will be used for future correspondence and technical
support), and to indicate the number of copies you wish to register.
Enclose a check or money order payable to "Factory Programming" (DO
NOT SEND CASH). Fold where indicated, seal with tape or staples,
stamp, and mail.
When your registration form and payment are received, you will be a
registered MAZ user. You must use your 7-digit registration number
and the name that appears on the registration form in all
correspondence. We regret that we cannot answer questions or
otherwise assist MAZ users who have not completed the registration
MAZ is distributed on an AS-IS basis. Factory Programming cannot be
responsible for the failure of MAZ to meet your expectations, or to
perform some function or functions not specified in the
documentation, or to be suitable for any particular purpose, or if
the program itself is modified in any way (other than at our request
or instruction). Furthermore, we cannot be responsible for any damage
to your equipment, reputation, profit-making ability or mental or
physical condition caused by the use (or misuse) of MAZ.
We also cannot guarantee that this program will work in conjunction
with other hardware or software not avilable to the general public at
the time that this program was released, or that we did not have
access to, or with any special or custom modifications of available
hardware or software, or with any versions of accompanying or
required hardware or software other than those specified in the
Under no circumstance will we be liable for an amount greater than
your registration fee.
Please note: some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied or express warrant lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so some of the above limitations
or exclusions may not apply to you.
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
MAZ was originally developed in 1984 for the Sanyo MBC-555. Special
limited-edition versions of MAZ were later released for the Atari ST.
Thanks to the beta testers at G.L.A.S.S. and MichTron. Extra special
thanks to Tim Purves, as always.
Support SHAREWARE - register a shareware program today (even if it
isn't this one).
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