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  1. Hey All, Here's a TOD game I have been working on called Auto-Motion...Have fun! EDIT: I made a few adjustments and re-uploaded to ver 1.1 *************************************************************************** Release of Windows TOD Editor 1.4.6 Just a quick release to repair the 'TI-Files header' save issue Added routine to add or remove the header if needed. 'Save As' now saves the current file and reopens the new one, also added 'Save Copy As' to only to save a copy but not open it. Many new options are available to alter, you can now have up to 8 different quest images as opposed to 2, you can change the player start money, weapons, items, food cost etc. set min and max available floors, you can change the level colors and door/wall textures. It has a database of over 300 monster images to choose from with just one click. From the Monster Data screen you can scroll through the entire list of all 56 monsters, see their images and listen to their sounds, and a List button to see and print monster data on one list. You can edit all weapons, armor, magic items(scrolls, wands, etc) with ease. You can also now have up to 4 different scroll images, or 2 large ones. Plus a lot more. It has been tested on WinXP, Vista, Win7 both 32 and 64 bit & Win8 64bit (On Vista/Win7/Win8 with UAC on, you MUST run the program with 'Run as Administrator' so it will save files correctly) You will get an error '75' when you try to save, if you don't. I will answer all questions and comments here on this post. And post updates here. Fritz442 AUTOMOTION v 1.1.zip TOD Editor v1.4.6.zip
  2. MurdockScott

    TOD

    From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    My 7yr old gets to play classic games if he first writes a simple program in basic. TOD!

    © Murdock Scott

  3. So, my 7 year old son has been learning Basic on one of my TI99/4a units set up in our living room, and as he was having a friend over today, I suggested that we put the computer away. He adamantly asked to leave it out and told me he wanted to show her something. I thought he wanted to show her some of the programming he had been learning so I agreed. Well, he kinda conned me... because when his friend came over he, started loading up Tunnels of Doom. I thought about putting the smackdown on this activity, but decided to see if she enjoyed playing. To my amazement, two first graders played TOD for well over an hour and loved it. They really had a great time! Like when they found a map and freaked out when they saw the locations of hidden rooms! It was really fun to watch and honestly, I didn't have to give them much, if, any help. Just when I was about to tell them that was enough screen time, they self regulated and started tearing around the house looking for other activities. Who would have thought that a game from 1982 could provide so much fun for young kids over three decades later.
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