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CandyMan



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Hello all,

this is my small and old snake game written using modified FASM with supporting dos extenders.
The game has a few levels.
Bye.


Description: Snake game with source
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Filename: snake.rar
Filesize: 110.24 KB
Downloaded: 180 Time(s)

Post 21 Aug 2010, 16:27
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typedef



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nice, mna nice!!
Post 12 Sep 2010, 15:16
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I get this CauseWay error 12 : Not enough memory to load application.

Why would it say not enough memory when its size is not even 1 MB
Post 12 Sep 2010, 15:24
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baldr



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typedef,

Apparently CauseWay DOS extender is not compatible with your configuration. Don't ask me why it was used for such small game. In DOSBox 0.72 it runs fine.

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CandyMan,

You've got pretty customized fasm offspring. Is source available?
Post 12 Sep 2010, 15:59
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DOS386



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CandyMan wrote:
Hello all, this is my small and old snake game written using modified FASM with supporting dos extenders.
The game has a few levels.


COOL Smile

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Source is included but doesn't compile with my unmodified FASM and is "messy" with faulty char's (see shot).

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COOL it works ... but what's the role of the .BIN file ???

Finally, this game is simple enough to be doable with 8086 assembly without DOS extenders Wink
Post 15 Oct 2010, 01:41
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