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Does anyone have the complete version of this Youtuber's BASIC listing?

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In case you don't find the entire listing, the algorithm as such is documented elsewhere and you could get the core of the listing for you to implement.

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Does anyone else have this complete file on a disk or virtual disk somewhere?

 

While not the same, but very similar, you can find

"Superirrgarten" in this Book:

 

https://de.book-info.com/isbn/3-88963-190-8.htm

 

archived here:

 

http://ataribasiclistings.mygamesonline.org/Das_grosse_Spiele-Buch1/DasgrosseSpieleBuchfuerATARI.7z

 

http://ataribasiclistings.mygamesonline.org/

is in general a good source for archived type-in listings.

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Creative Computing magazine December 1983 ran an article describing the maze generation in detail, including polygonal-shaped mazes as well as an algorithm for solving the maze. The programs with the article are in Microsoft Basic for the IBM PC but could likely be adapted.

 

https://archive.org/details/creativecomputing-1983-12-a/page/n303

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or ran with microsoft basic II which is an official Atari basic... still will need some modification though

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I ran across this interesting BASIC listing/program but the youtuber only lists the lines onscreen up to line 150. Does anyone else have this complete file on a disk or virtual disk somewhere? Was this a type-in back in the day from a Compute! book or from a magazine?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFeb3OGRHMg

 

 

 

I don't have this maze.bas program, but I found a maze.bas program on my BBS (The Basement) that draws a random maze on the screen that the user can then solve using a joystick. You can grab it at the followng link if you like.

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=17wSFXITwgh09s0drY1T6BgtZbol77NYR

 

-JP

 

 

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Ermm well, allthough I never play any of these 2D or pseudo-3D maze games, I collected many of them on two or more disk images (Atari Basic and TB XL files)... think the program you are searching is among them.

 

 

 

Mazes.zip

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