STOS demos from MEGA

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Postby SkylineDave » Sat Sep 24, 2005 8:13 am

muguk wrote:Ah well .. short of sending the original floppy disk to someone else with an ST to image it up, it's a dead-un. None of the files are working as all give 3 or 4 bombs when loading.


sadly the floppy has long gone. ah well, onwards and upwards.
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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby MikeHalliday » Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:36 am

Did any of the source codes to these demos ever get released in .BAS format?

Would love to see how they were created.

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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby exxos » Wed Oct 08, 2008 11:33 am

All this STOS stuff needs going on the STOS site,there does not seem to be much there considering what is actually "out there" :(

There is a huge pile of STOS code in STF coverdiscs and various others, all the PDL's had lots of stos stuff, it all needs sorting out and uploading to the STOS site...

I'm not sure if Lee is updating the site anymore, he is really busy at the moment.. but I am wondering about starting just a simple A-Z list like we have already, put just listing everything in one index page.. then it should be a lot quicker and easier to see what we have and don't have...

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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby MikeHalliday » Wed Oct 08, 2008 1:40 pm

That sounds great.

I am in need of example checkboard floor mapping source code for a little project I am working on!
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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby Mug UK » Wed Oct 08, 2008 8:59 pm

Start a new thread on here with a list of what you find has the .BAS files etc. on the disk - that way a list can be generated with ease and then the files hosted at the STOS site?
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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby exxos » Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:23 pm

good idea..

Other than the manual scans, its pretty much ready to be uploaded into a STOS page.. this is not including BAS files yet, just the main STOS kit..

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Re: STOS demos from MEGA

Postby lotek_style » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:01 am

Necrobump. Any news on the missing STOS demos?
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