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gornikfan



Joined: 21 Sep 2006
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gornikfan
Hi

I'm new here, my name is Lukas. Is there anyone who might have some source code of an asm screensaver with "fire effect"? I'm not looking for something too hard and complicated because I would like too understand it. It would be best if this fire effect would be (well I don't know how to say this) "ascii fire". For example it sould be "made" using yellow @ and it should be as simple as it can be Smile I know how to blank my monitor but I have no idea how to make a screensaver with this kind of fire effect. Thx for any help!
Post 21 Sep 2006, 16:42
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shoorick



Joined: 25 Feb 2005
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Location: Ukraine
shoorick
DOS Navigator has some screensavers, also, simulating fire in grafic. Some of them have source: check it, may be this will help Wink
Post 22 Sep 2006, 04:38
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rugxulo



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
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Location: Usono (aka, USA)
rugxulo
Well, there are too many fire examples to point to individually. But, a good CGA one (that looks like ASCII, anyways) is here (Sphinx C--, though, not ASM).

BTW, in general, there are LOTS of good demo programs at http://www.256b.com and http://www.pouet.net ... and often with ASM source! Enjoy! Smile
Post 25 Sep 2006, 06:21
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