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You're right, done! The "Missing original disk image!" comment should always be understood as "We need a copy from another source to consider the program 100% verified".
It would be nice to have a link to the book scan from the book section. Plus isn't this the original disk image? It's no longer missing.
I have a working copy - is there a way to create an atr that I could send in to the site?
I knew a guy in the late '80s who said he worked on this program, maybe did the whole thing. I can't remember his first name, but his last name was Beitz and he was from South Africa.
Atari I/O Seminar - Intro to Atari Pascal (Part 1 of 2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IQEDCAmJTw
Tried to register as "thePixy", but the process fails. I'm the Author of "Super 3D Plotter II, and other titles from Elfin Magic Software. :-)
Love Action, was the first language on the Atari that I felt showed off the full power of what this machine could do . in an easier than Mac65 (assembler) fashion. Wrote the game Midas Maze for analog magazine back in the day. only other way I could have written a game like Midas would have been in Assembly. Truly is my favorite Programming Language for the Atari.
Atari Mexico and Grupo SITSA were one and the same...



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