From: Andre Fachat (
Date: 1999-02-24 15:23:54

Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Feb 1999, Andre Fachat wrote:
> > Hm, "World Clock" seems a bit mangled (several bit flips).
> What program did Larry use to transfer the disk image?  Hopefully not
> prlink.  Its disk and file transfer protocols have a primitive 8-bit
> checksum, and it hasn't failed for me.

Dunno. The other programs seem to run fine (at least some of them).
It would be nice to get a kind of help/manual for "flash attack"
and "dungeon" (Well, _I_ know a bit how it works, but...)
and probably some more.
> BTW, is there interest for a[pb]m CD-ROM?  I'm
> composing one right now.  The image is 577323008 bytes.  It includes HTML
> navigation files also that do not support Rock Ridge or Joliet extensions
> to ISO 9660.

Hm, I made myself one some time ago, but forgot the CPM stuff...
I would have asked you about that when it is clear whether we get
the MMF9000 and probably have some more games/prgs from Larry.


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