DDD 8.0 (DD8FK.DSK)
This was Frank's Eamon version 8.0 dungeon designer disk that never saw official publication. He designed Fiends of Eamon, Heart of Gold, Edgar's adventures, Amateur Alley, and Quest for the Fire Dragon with this.
STARTUP BAS 3 2-OCT-94 - Menu program.
INIT.8 BAS 7 14-NOV-94 - Init v8 database and files.
EDIT BAS 25 12-NOV-94 - UNIVERSAL dungeon editor. Can edit all standard v1-8 Eamons.
LIST BAS 17 5-DEC-94 - UNIVERSAL dungeon list program. Can list all standard v1-8 Eamons. Has many features and enhancements over previous list programs.
LEADIN.PRG.8 BAS 6 11-NOV-94 - Version 8 leading program.
SEARCH.RTN BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - Eamon Search routine, modified to handle upper and lower case text.
EAMON.UTILS BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - This was several small utilities that Applesoft BASIC didn't have but should have. They were accessed through the ampersand (&) command and included a JuMP to SEARCH.RTN, an upper case shifter for program data, and an uppercase shifter for string variables.
EDIT.E.UTILS BAS 4 11-NOV-94 - This allowed you to add an extra features to EAMON.UTILS (MOD1-MOD3).
MOD1 BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - A sound routine. (Yep, the one EVERYONE used!)
MOD2 BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - DATA statement pointer reset. Allowed you set the next DATA statement to be READ line number to whatever you wanted.
MOD3 BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - A better INPUT routine. Accepted commas and colons and shifted all input to upper case.
MAKE.FS.6 BAS 4 28-NOV-94
FS.ROOMS.6 TXT 1 28-NOV-94
MP.ROOMS.6 TXT 3 28-NOV-94
MAIN.PGM.6 BAS 35 3-SEP-95
MAKE.FS.7 BAS 4 12-DEC-96
MAIN.PGM.7 BAS 37 12-DEC-96
MAIN.PGM.8 BAS 40 19-OCT-94 - Eamon 8.0 supported the use of previous databases and MAIN PGM characteristics, while keeping the speed and quality of Eamon 8.0. The MAKE.FS programs made the FAST.START files. FS.ROOMS and MP.ROOMS were patches you could EXEC into MAKE.FS and MAIN.PGM to have all room data loaded into variables upon startup.
DESC.EDIT BAS 8 5-DEC-94 - A quick program for editing EAMON.DESC data. Had some shortcuts that Frank used when converting Apple Eamons to lower case.
INPUT.RTN BIN 1 2-OCT-94 - Special input routine for DESC.EDIT.
DUNGEON.MAP BAS 9 11-NOV-94 - A quick-N-dirty Eamon room number mapping program.
T.INPUT.RTN TXT 10 20-NOV-94
T.SEARCH.RTN TXT 8 2-OCT-94
T.EAMON.UTILS TXT 5 2-OCT-94
T.MOD1 TXT 1 2-OCT-94
T.MOD2 TXT 3 2-OCT-94
T.MOD3 TXT 3 2-OCT-94 - Source code for the above assembly language programs. Written with the Big Mac assembler.
CONVERT and CONVERTP: These are disk images which contain various programs for harvesting Eamon databases and hires screens. They are then dumped to the "printer" (which is actually a text file) so that they can be edited and converted to Eamon Deluxe. ConvertP is the ProDOS version.
A 003 HELLO - Boot menu program.
A 012 FILE DUMP V4-6 - This is what Frank used to convert Eamons that are version 1.0-6.2 to Eamon Deluxe. It reads the database, reformats room names and does some artifact data enhancing. It is set to dump all this data to the Apple printer. Frank then set my Apple emulator to send printer output to a plain text file. This file then must be manually edited before final conversion which is done with a program in the Eamon Deluxe Utilities menu.
A 005 MAKE SU - Makes the text file SPEED UPS which contains some speed-up code and other enhancements which can then be integrated into an Eamon (up to ver. 5) MAIN PGM by using the DOS 3.3 EXEC command.
T 006 SPEED UPS
B 029 DT - Mark Simonsen's "Double-Take" Applesoft BASIC editing tool. Originally published by Beagle Bros. Software, possibly one of the best software companies that ever existed.
A 005 SAM - I think it's the FRESH SAM program with a Nuclear Cannon weapon.
A 011 FILE DUMP V7 - Same as FILE DUMP V4-6, but for version 7.0-8.0 Eamons.
A 002 HIRES DUMP - Dumps the binary values of the Apple Hires to screen to the printer (again, set your emulator to send this data to a text file). These values can then be used to recreate the Apple graphics on the PC by using my freeware program, "The Apple Picker". The Apple Picker will be released on the Eamon CD as soon as Frank get around to updating it for Windows XP.
B 034 SWORDTHRUST.PIC - Sample picture to use with HIRES DUMP
A 015 FILE DUMP KQ - Same as FILE DUMP V4-6, but for John Nelson's KnightQuest adventures.
A 012 FILE DUMP DRAGON OF ALDAAR - Same as FILE DUMP V4-6, but modified for Eamon #243 The Dragon of Aldaar
PRODOS SYS 34 20-AUG-90
BASIC.SYSTEM SYS 21 17-JUL-90
STARTUP BAS 5 17-DEC-03 - Boot and menu programs.
FILE.DUMP.V4.6 BAS 7 14-AUG-99
FILE.DUMP.V7 BAS 6 17-NOV-03
SAM BAS 3 14-AUG-99
MAKE.SU BAS 3 14-AUG-99
SPEED.UPS TXT 4 14-AUG-99
DT BIN 23 15-OCT-84
HIRES.DUMP BAS 1 14-AUG-99 - ProDOS versions of the programs on CONVERT.DSK
TITLE.SCREEN BIN 17 14-AUG-99
REDEMPTION BIN 17 2-AUG-99
TITLEPIC BIN 17 14-AUG-99 - Hires pictures for HIRES.DUMP
MAIN.PGM BAS 61 14-AUG-99 - Modified Eamon 8.0-V6 MAIN.PGM with some Eamon Deluxe-compatible mods (like monster 'Combat Code' field support). Frank used this when converting - Eamons 247 and 248 down from Eamon Deluxe.
READ.FILE BAS 1 16-DEC-03 - Short prog for displaying a ProDOS text file.
READ.SOURCE BAS 3 17-DEC-03 - Reads a Eamon Deluxe database source (text) file and displays contents on screen.
FILE.BUILD.6 BAS 5 17-DEC-03 - Builds Eamon 8.0-V6 database from an Eamon Deluxe source file. Used to convert Eamons 247 and 248 down from Eamon Deluxe.
This disk had Frank's personal utilities for converting Eamon from this version to that. He doesn't remember what they all are.
DT BIN 23 20-AUG-90
D.BUG BIN 14 17-JUL-90 - Another fine Beagle Bros program.
COMPACT BIN 9 26-SEP-94 - Another fine Beagle Bros program.
FP BIN 1 31-OCT-84 - Beagle Bros program to simulate DOS 3.3 FP command.
MAKE.FILES BAS 8 29-NOV-94 - Builds ARTIFACT, MONSTER, and ROOMS files from a FAST.START variable file.
CAPS.KILLER BAS 10 28-NOV-94 - Converts an Eamon database to lowercase.
DESC.WIPE BAS 3 29-OCT-94 - Makes a new EAMON.DESC from an old one to recover disk space lost from deleted entries.
UPDATE.FILES.6 BAS 4 28-NOV-94 - Update v1-5 Eamon databases up to v6. (Put weapon room locations to be
carried by monsters, add missing fields to non-weapons, etc.)
NAME.CHANGE BAS 1 28-NOV-94 - Didn't really change the name, but added # of directions and ver. number.
STARTUP.4 BAS 3 11-NOV-94
STARTUP.5 BAS 3 11-NOV-94 - Boot programs with v4 and v5 looks.
ART.MAINT BAS 6 11-NOV-94
REM.DUMMY.ART BAS 6 11-NOV-94
EDIT BAS 25 3-DEC-94 - UNIVERSAL dungeon editor program.
ROOM.ANAL BAS 5 20-NOV-94
CHECK.FILES.UV BAS 10 20-NOV-94 - Same as EAG version
TEST.BENCH BAS 9 29-NOV-94
CHARACTERS TXT 4 31-JAN-97
THE.ADVENTURER TXT 1 31-JAN-97
MAIN.HALL BAS 1 20-NOV-94 - A really fancy version of the EAG Test Bench (and FRESH SAM).
LABEL.MAKER BAS 4 20-NOV-94
LIST BAS 17 5-DEC-94 - UNIVERSAL dungeon list program.
DESC.WIPE2D BAS 3 30-NOV-94 - Same as DESC.WIPE but writes new file to drive 2.
TEXT.LIST BAS 3 3-DEC-94 - Beats me.
DEC.TO.HEX BAS 3 11-FEB-97 - Converts and displays decimal values as hexadecimal in BASIC.
TIC.TAC BAS 1 <NO DATE>
STEVE BIN 1 <NO DATE>
Frank was teaching his brother graphics, BASIC, and assembly programming. Don't know how these two ended up on here...
Frank abandoned DOS 3.3 early on and moved all his work to ProDOS. This disk had the remains of his DOS 3.3 utilities, along with some other mixed nuts noted below.
A 002 BOOT PROGRAM
B 028 DT#3
A 064 EDIT6
A 066 EDIT7
A 005 ARRANGE COMMANDS
A 013 DUNGEON.INIT.8
A 029 BATTLE ROYALE II
A 031 BATTLE ROYALE II UTILS
T 024 MONSTER.MASTER - A very fancy re-write of John Nelsons old Monster Battle program. Takes mons from adventures and makes them fight. You can add/remove weapons and do some other stuff. Pretty predictable; the same guy will almost always win. But at least it was very well written...
A 005 DOS.FS
T 001 EAMON.NAME
B 002 STRING SEARCH
B 002 ARRAY SEARCH
B 002 SOUND/INPUT
B 011 EAMON UTILS.S
B 010 UTILS.H.G.S
B 009 STRING SEARCH.S
B 007 ARRAY SEARCH.S
B 008 SOUND/INPUT.S - Source code files for assembly language programs.
A 006 SPELLS - Frank was fooling around with expanding Eamon magic. You must BRUN SOUND/INPUT before you RUN this.
A 015 EAMON.RND.TO.SEQ
A 011 RND TO SEQ 7
A 006 PRINT DESC 7
A 004 DATABASE CREATE
A 003 SOURCE CONV
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