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$225 

^ January, 1984 

- ^ ^ ^ Vol. 4 NO. 1 

M. Ai Ci El Journal 

""Devoted Exclusively To The Atari Computer User"' 

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Published by the Michigan Atari Computer Enthusiasts 



By Marshall S* Dubin 
WHATS NEW IN BOOKS? 

Lately I have been getting copies of new 

book releases from the RESTON Publishing 
Company in Reston Virginia* It seems the 
folks at Reston have been releasing many new 
and very informative books for Atari users* 
Here is a spotlight on what is new in the way 
of Atari related books« 

A r) VElSCTtJRES TaTI XH 
THE AXjAuRI 

By J ack Hardy 

Reston Publishing^ $14f95 

This book will show you how to become the 
ultimate Dungeon Master by creating your own 
adventures on your Atari« Part 1 provides a 
brief explanation of the basic steps involved 
in creating computer adventures, followed by 
six actual adventures you can study t inputt 
and play* 

Included are three interactive adventures 
(part 2) and three graphic adventures (part 3}# 
one in each of the Atari PILOT, Microsoft 
BASIC, and Atari BASIC languages* (For the 
sake of brevity, a rudimentary knowledge of 
computer languages is assumed)* 

Finally* part 4 offers instructions and 
programs to guide you in creating your own 
computer adventure* Appendices include 
complete program listings for the six games 
presented in the book, plus additional 
information which will help you get the most 
out of your Atari computer and enhance your 
adventure^-tnaking skills* 

Available locally or order from RESTON 
(800)336-0338* 

re A I IM Y ID A. Y 

ACTIVITIES FOR THE 
AT ART 

By Nancy Mayer 

Reston Publishing^ $12*95 

Turn the Atari computer into a toy store! 
Rainy Day Activities for the Atari contains 
programs for 50 games of music# art> letters 
and numbers for kids 3 to 9* 

Program listings are short so parents or 
older children can quickly enter them on the 



terminal* No programming experience is 
necessary — just the ability to read! 

Several games require only the ability to 
hold and move a joystick* Others require a 
little more coordination or some knowledge of 
letters or numbers* For a few games^ the child 
needs the ability to read or the help of an 
adult* 

All games can be played with one or two 
players, and the level of difficulty can be 
adjusted to each child's ability* 

Available locally or order from RESTON 
(800)336-0338* 

DESIOlStS FROM TTOXJR. 
lMIlStI3 — 

with A±^ir± Gir^jp hiicrs 

By Tom Rowley 
Reston Publishing 

" Whether we are aware of it or not^ we are 
all artists and have accumulated a store of 
unique experiences and perceptions ready to 
be translated into creative expressions***" 

Tom Rowley has found the key to release 
those creative urges* Designs From Your Mind 
will help you to unlock the secrets of Atari 
graphics in a painless, informative way* The 
book is divided into two parts* Part one 
introduces shapes, colors, and screen design* 
It does not require extensive computer 
background* Part two deals with advanced 
graphics techniques* 

In addition to a fine tutorial approach, the 
book offers many useful appendices, charts, 
tables, and program routines* If you are 
serious about learning and getting the most 
out of Atari graphics, this is the book for you! 

Available locally or order from RESTON 
(800)336-0338* 

FROMT COVER 

This months front cover was created using 
HUMPTY DUMP, a screen dump program by 
Kid's Stuff Software* 





By Mike Lechkun 

Th# MfMiter Ctmsumer Electronics Sliow (or CES 
as it has come to be known as) was held this 
past January 7th thru 10th* Las Vegas* 
Nevada was itm host as it has been in the past 
12 or so years* And also the South Nevada 
Atari Computer Club have been hosts to 
members of MACE when we have been out 
there* Special thanks go out to Rick Rowland 
and Steve Philipott of SNACC for an enjoyable 
tifne in the dty of gambling* Their hospitality 
is appreciated and most welcomed! 

This was truly the year of the telephone at 
CES* How's that for an understatement! 
Actually there were phones of every kindi 
shape* size* color* race* creed and ethnic 
origin imaginable* Who says AT&T is the only 
one to benefit from divestiture? 

Also on display was the newest in sattelite 
technology* stereo and video, sound and 
sights* robots and most everything electronic* 
It seems most everyone had something new to 
show* except* * » 

Fir-st: trhe GOOD news 

Well* ATARI did show up« Their user-group 

support people didn't show because of 
budgetary problems* That made it real hard to 
get any straight answers* Or any ansi^ers a^t 
all* The emphasis was on "cut the baloney and 
sell the computers*" And that they did* Sort 
oft 

ISEow the B jAlO news 

There will be no 1400XL computer* Atari has 
instituted a new policy promising not to show 
anything unless it is ready to be shipped to 
the consumers* I suppose there is optimism in 
that there will be no more lifting of hopes 
only to have them dashed^ At any rate* the 
1400XL was not shown* Also not shown was 
the CP/M adaptor or the expansion box* 
Whether those n^l 11 see the light of your 
neighborhood computer store or not remains to 
be seen* At least with an ATARI logo on the 
box* 



Nothing new in the way of hardware was 

shown* but a few re-introductions were made* 
The Atari Light Pen has resurfaced* as well as 
the Atari Graphics (Touch) Tablet* The latter 
has an uncanny resemblance to the Koala Pad* 
The same company that helped Koala develop 
the software for it also aided Atari in theirs* 
Another re-introduction was the Atari 1450XL 
computer* But this one's real iffy* There 
were two working prototypes on display* That 
means they made one more since the last CES* 
A staggering production rate to say the least! 
No one would say when or if ttie 1450XL would 
be produced* but my quasi-reliable source 
says we'll see the 1450XL about mid year 1984* 

The future of Atari as a company is a real 
mixed bag* North American Phillips will NOT 
buy Atari from their parent company* (the 
blunder-* er* wonderful) WARNER 
COMMUNICATIONS* INC* Nolan Bushnell will 
NOT buy Atari backr Even Rupert Murdoch 
doesn't want to be bothered by them (or so 
I've heard)* That dispells those rumors* In an 
address to a group of interested investors* 
James Morgan* Atari's chairman and C*E*0* 
spoke of the company's future* In a way* he 
established mim priorities for the company* 
Atari will be profitable in 1984* Maybe not 
first quarter* maybe not second quarter* But 
when the diapered babe of '85 appears* from 
his pen will flow black ink* Mr* Morgan also 
granted an interview which will be printed in 
the March '84 ANTIC magazine that stated the 
following: "ATARI IS IN THE COMPUTER 
BUSINESS TO STAY*" However, the priorities 
of the company* in this reporters eyes seem to 
be the following* #1 answer to the 
stockholders* and #2 deal with the computer 
owners* Quoting Morgan* "we're poised to be 
a reliable creator and manufacturer of 
products the consumer wants*" Or in other 
words* products with mass appeal will get the 
nod* CP/M Boxes* 256K* and other curiosities 
like that will sit on the R&D department's 
shelf for quite a while* Afterall* "it's 
absolutely nonproductive to sell something 
just because you can make it* as opposed to 
selling something because someone wants it*" 
Well* one more comment to beat this topic to 
death* Atari seeks to find a product as 
innovative as the VCS was when it was new 
and expensive* Thus the reason for the 
absence of AtariTel* 



Drifting away from commentary and into the 
factsf Ataril^ sdencs #xp«riin«nt Mts miU 
come out in '84 along with some new software* 
Synapse and Atari will introduce their new 
SynApps applications package starting in 
February and going on into '84# Synapse also 
introduced Slamball (another video pinball 
gwmif Rainbow Walker and Encountert three 
new games and announced that Dimention X 
will finally be available for the Atari* I was 
impressed by Electronic Arts new Music 
Construction Kit* It will be out "in two 
weeks*" Sega announced release of another 
Star Trek game "The Search for Spock"* to be 
released in June with the movie of the same 
name* 

A newly formed company called DATABAR 
Corporation has produced a bar code reader 
input device for the ATARI* Their new devioi 
called "Oscar" will read lines of UPC type bar 
code and input though the normal cassette 
system commands (CJLOADf RVN"CO* They 
promise oodles of software to boot (sic)* They 
will produce Oscar's for other computers after 
the Atari version is on the market* 



Media news* Pdlaroidf MMiciii^# F4iiif §m4 TDK 
all introduced new tape and disk media for the 
home computer user* For you 
telecommunicatorSf TG Products introduced 
their TCM-300 & ICI 1200 Intellegent 
Communication Interface (modem)# designed to 
compete with the folks over at Hayes in both 
design and price* 

Some c:ort<€J.Ljsi.ons 

Ail in all> despite what you have read above» 
it was a pretty tame show this year* S#ffit 
shaking-out^ some re-evaluations* and some 
changes wiU take place during the year* Many 
more niHi# products will be unveiled at the 
Chicago show this summer* And the MACE 
JOURNAL will be there to bring you the 
latest when it happens! 




January, 1984* The New Year* The Year of 
Orwell* I think that if I hear that one more 
time, I'm gonna puke! But seriously, there is 
a lot to think about for the coming year* 
Where ATARI stands for the coming year* 



Where MACE stands* as well* We tend to put 
on a good front up there at the monthly 

meeting, but behind the scenes, this ship is 
sinking fast* It's the same people who always 
volunteer to help out* Not that I'm knocking 
that, but we'd sure like to see some new faces 
and names in addition to "the regulars*" Tired 
of seeing my name on the by-line nf this lor 
any) column? Contribute to the JOURNAL! It 
won't take much to push me off this page« 
Review a gaitie nr a book* There are no style 
requirements* Tell in your own words, 
however long (or short!) it takes* But come 
forward f folksf This is your user-group mwi 
your Journal as well* It's as good as you 
make iti and I know it can be excellent* 

I'll close with a look back from wence we 

came* And I promise this is the last 

1 983- Year— in-Review you'll have to endure 

from anyone again! My thanks to EPYX 

software for this review* 

JAN - Iteiiiember th» Atari stock sell off? To 

some of us we were still trying out our new 

computer from last month 

FEB - Warner reports 56% drop in fourth 

quarter earnings* 

MAR - DataAge (VCS 2600) files Chapter U 
(bankruptcy protection) 

APR -US Games (VCS 2600) goes bye bye, and 
closes up shop* 

MAT - Milton Bradley's VECTREX puts 

Bradley in red* 

JUNE- Texas Instruments projects $100 
million loss for quarter* Stock drops 39 
points* Atari unveils four new computers* 
JULY- Mattel (Intellevision) projects $100 
million loss for first half* 
AUG - ATARI reports $310 million loss for 
quarter* Wow! 

SEPT- Mattel announces $156 million loss for 

first half* A $30 Atari 400 computer emerges 

as rebate fever takes hold* 

OCT - Activison announces $4*1 million loss 

for quarter & lays off people* T* I* exits home 

computer biz» dumps inventory at $50-$75 a 

pop* 

NOV - 20th Century Fox and their "games of 

the century" closes doors* 

DEC - Activision reports 3rd quarter losm* 

In the words of the County ooooh! That's 
scary! But fear not* It can't get fmxh worse* 

Maybe* See you next month* 




By Kathy 8 Tom Sti^za 

QJ What Special Interest Groups (SIG) are 
active? 

■ » 

jAut For infprination on the following groups 
call? Assembler SIG-Todd Meitzner (313) 
542-1752J Education SIG-Mark Davids (313) 
774-9709; Telecommunications SIG-Robin 
Ward (313) 525-7360J Forth SIG-Tom 
Chrapkiewicz (313) 772-8291 ♦ CNOTEJ Any 
other SIG chairpersons should contact Tom 
Sturza (313) 477-2345 to be included in future 
SIG lists.] 

at People that buy tape cassette programs 
through MACE, and then purchase a disk unit, 
should be given credit when purchasing the 
same programs on diskntte* 

A ♦ It's true many cassette owners go on to 
buy disk unitSf However^MAGE does not have 
the resources to handle a trade-in system* 
Also# checking each cassette to be sure it is in 
proper working order would b# impossible to 
do at the meetings* MACE unclassified ads 
are available to those members who wish to 
sell their no longer needed items« 

JE^jrgm Mitchell Rohde 

Q J Make instructions for each cassette/disk* 

At MACE officers do not have the time 

available to accomplish what you ask* This is 
a continuing request from our members* 
Perhaps you anfl/or other MACE members 
would be willing to form a SIG to accomplish 
this task* If you are interested, leave your 
name and phone number in the MACE 
Suggestion Box* 

at Proofread tlie newsletter* Typos are 

running rampant! 

At There have been many problems in 

getting the newsletter put together because 
of changing editors* Your suggestion has been 
passed along to the new editor* 

From B* Mavnard 



at You should show the next month's agenda 
in the MACE magazine and/or on the wall at 
meetings* Review the agenda at the start of 
each meeting^ with the approx* starting time 
of each item* Start on time* 

At As you may have noticed at the last 
meeting, that night's agenda was posted by 
the side entrance of the pavillion* The 
proposed agenda for the last few months was 
printed in the MACE Journal* At least a week 
before meetings, the agenda is listed on local 
BBS's and some local area newspapers* I will 
continue this policy as long as the proposed 
agenda is available to me in time for printing* 
As stated before^ the tables open at 7*00 and 
the meeting begins at 7*30* 

From Harold McCullouqh 

Q* I am interested in basic for beginners* 

At Starting with this month's meeting^ 

MACE will try to include the topic of Basic for 
Beginners in the meeting agenda* Many of our 
advertisers offer various Basic classes (for a 
fee) which may offer the information you 
desire* As of this writing the following 
stores offer Atari classes* Basic Bits 'n' 
Bytes; The Computer Cellar} Micro Chip} 
Micro Station} and Rite Way Enterprises* 

Q ♦ Why not pay the officers? 

At Good question* Many people do not 

realize how much work is involved in some of 
the offices* Perhaps if officers were paid for 
their jobst more pTCple would be interested in 
helping MACE* What do you think? 

From Ruth Gorishek 

at How about a software swap night? Have 
people bring in things they no longer want* 

At Sounds like an interesting idea* This 
would have to be done in such a way as to not 
interfere with the meeting* Also, it MUST be 
for original purchased merchandise, NOT 
copies* MACE does not condone pirating of 
any kind* If interested in organizing such a 
swap* please leave your name and phone 
number in the MACE Suggestion Box* 

at 1 think that you should hold meetings 
more often* 



-Al J I'm glad you enjoy the meetings so much 
you want more» Howevert the time and money 
involved prohibits more than one a month* 
Perhaps joining a SIG will help* 

From Brian Kohn 

GS* In addition to Pepsin why not buy Towne 
Club to give marm variety at less cost? 

At To keep things simple and less confusingt 
we limit the sales to Pepsi (Mtuch we buy at a 

discount) and coffee* Too many choices 
sometimes create waste at the evenings end* 

From Marda Slater 

QS The new membership cards are very nicet 

but could zipcodes be included on them for 
ease with the newsletters? 

A 5 We'll pass this suggestion on when the 
next batch of cards is printed* Until thept 
maybe MACE members can put their zipcode on 
their own cards# 



From J oe Member 

€d* Get away from tiMr otieap stuff and have 

some REAL give-a-ways like cars# computers* 
400's are only $35* 

A. 5 As a non-profit organization we rely on 
our advertisers to donate door prizes for the 
May» Sept*» and Dee* meetings* If the budget 
ever shows a great surplus well consider this 
idea* 

cojyciisic^ 

ATTFtACTTOlStS 
FEBRUARY 21st: 

Because of the holidays and an early printing 
date, not all of the agenda will be listed this 
month* Here's the tentative schedule* 

- Business meeting 

- Advanced Music System demo 
-Ciame demos 

- Data Perfect demo 

- BASJC FOR BEGINNERS 

Tom Sturza 

Pri35^ram CcwwrcUnator 



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IAB79 
IAB88 
IABB2 
IAB89 
IAB98 



DESCRIPTION 
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GROUP 
PRG AID 



PRO 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 

PRG 
PRG 
PRG 
PRG 
PRG 



AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 

AID 
AID 
AID 
AID 
AID 



RATING 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
1 



18 
18 
18 
18 
1 



TYPE 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

^SIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 

BASIC 
BASIC 
BASIC 
BASIC 
BASIC 



SECTORS 

832 

886 

886 

884 

883 

884 

883 

885 

885 

882 

883 

882 

888 

883 

884 

886 

883 

884 

883 

882 

887 

884 

885 

888 

882 

882 

886 

884 

886 

882 

883 

883 

882 

886 

883 

882 

885 

884 

883 

883 

883 

883 

884 

884 

885 

882 

883 

886 

883 

883 

884 

882 

887 

885 

811 

884 

882 
883 
883 
884 
886 



«»* MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY **« 



w/disk 

FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 
FA 



PROGRAM 
README. 1ST 
ATARI 3D. CAS 
ATARI 3D. DSK 
ATARI 3D. SHP 
DATAMAKR . CAS 
DEM69.CAS 
DEMG9.DSK 
DEM69.SHP 
MENU 
SHAPEDIT 
SHAPEDIT.CAS 
SHAPEDIT.DOC 
SHAPEDIT. USR 
SHAPTAB 
SHAPTAB . DOC 
SHAPTAB . LST 
USESHAPE.DOC 



DESCRIPTICN 
READ BEFORE USING ! ! ! 
CASSETTE VERSION 
MERGE WITH SHAPTAB 
DATA FILE FOR ATARI 3D 
DATA GENERATOR 
CASSETTE VERSION 
MERGE UITH SHAPTAB 
DATA FILE FOR DEMG9 
DISK DIR LOAD/GO 
CREATE YOUR (MH SHAPES 
CASSETTE VERSION 
SHAPEDIT INSTRUCTIONS 
DATA FILE FOR SHAPEDIT 
MASTER SHAPETAB FILE 
SHAPTAB INSTRUCTIONS 
SHAPETAB LISTED FILE 
HOW TO USE SHAPE 



RRflUP 

VJI\ w wi 


RATING 


TYPE 


SEC 






BASIC 


008 

1^ vr 






BASIC 


014 


DEMO 


10 


BASIC 


884 




18 


BASIC 


884 


UTIL 


10 


BASIC 


818 


DEMO 


10 


BASIC 


886 


DEMO 


10 


BASIC 


884 


UTIL 


10 


BASIC 


882 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


812 


UTIL 


Id 


BASIC 


852 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


867 


INFO 


le 




853 


UTIL 


le 


BASIC 


885 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


887 


INFO 


18 




118 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


887 


INFO 


18 




838 



««« 


MACE PROGRAM 


DISK 


PROGRAM 


GA 


AL0AD.32K 


GA 


AL0AD.48K 


GA 


ALa2tD.48K 


GA 


ALOAD.ASM 


GA 


BPATCH . SAV 


GA 


BRUSH. DEM 




DECHEX.DEM 




DEM0.COM 


GA 


DEMO . SAV 


GA 


DUPFILE.COM 


GA 


EGGS. DEM 


GA 


FREUD. DEM 


GA 


HEXDEC.DEM 


Gfk 


MDRIVER.ASM 


GA 


MDRIVER.COM 


GA 


PHOOK.ASM 


GA 


PH00K.COM 


GA 


PICOADV.DEM 


GA 


RENUM.32K 


GA 


RENm.48K 


GA 


RENUM.48K 


GA 


RENUMBER. DEM 


GA 


SHI P. DEM 


GA 


STOMP . DEM 


GA 


XREF.DEM 



DESCRIPTION 

AUTOLOAD 32K 

AUTOLOAD 48K 

AUTOLOAD 48K 

AUTOLOAD ASM 

UPDATE BASIC A+ TO 3.4 

SHOW AND TELL 

DEC TO HEX CONVERSION 

COMmND FILE 

INSTRUCTIONS 

COrtlAND FILE 

USES JOYSTICK 

AlsWLYSIS ALA ELIZA 

HEX TO DEC CONVERSION 

MEMORY(M:) AS A DEVICE 

COMMAND FILE 

HOOKS PRINTER TO SCRN 

COrtlAND FILE 

SMALL ADVENTURE 

RENUMBER 32K 

RENWBER 48K 

RENUMBER 48K 

RENUMBER PROGRAM 

SHOW AND TELL 

ARROW KEYS W/0 CCNTRL 

VAR CROSS REFERENCE 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SEC" 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


883 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


003 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


083 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


851 


UTIL 


18+ 


BAS 


A+ 


825 


DEMO 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


886 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


883 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


848 


INFO 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


886 


UTIL 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


813 


GAME 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


821 


GAME 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


874 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


883 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


866 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


882 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


828 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


882 


ST RAT 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


127 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


885 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


005 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


005 


DEMO 


18 


BAS 


A+ 


065 


DEMO 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


089 


GAME 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


865 


UTIL 


10 


BAS 


A+ 


843 



««« MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY *** 



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DESCRIPTI 
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ALMOST 'X 
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QUIZ TYPE 
INTERNAL 
DEFENDER 
JOYSTICK 
USE YOUR 



ON 

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PRINTER 

GAME 
SPEAKER DEMO 
TYPE 
REQUIRED 
PADDLES 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


045 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


048 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


015 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


083 


DEMO 


9 


BASIC 


073 


EDUC 


8 


BASIC 


049 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 


086 


GAME 


9 


BASIC 


853 


GmE 


7 


^SIC 


858 


GAME 


10 + 


BASIC 


865 



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««« MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY »«« 



DISK 


PROGRAM 


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DESCRIPTION 


ODOl ID 

uRCUP 


DAT T K.IP 

RATING 


TVDC 

TYPE 


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bbL i UKb 


lA 


README . 1 ST 


ocAr\ DCcrkDC iiOTKir* tcdki 

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AUTuRUN . BBS 


TCDKilTKIAI Al ITnm IKI OVC 

TERMINAL AUTORUN.SYS 


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CHEMICAL .FNT 


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DATA FILE FOR FONTFLIP 


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F 1 Lb 


a Q o 

007 


T A 

lA 


COMPUTER .FNT 


rv A T A r~ T i C con COKITCI TD 

DATA FILE FOR FONTFLIP 


1 IT T 1 

UTI L 


1 U 


CTI C 

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a a o 

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T A 

lA 


DEFLECT 


L/cvnoAnPk not iKinc 

KEYBOARD BOUNCE 


bAMb 


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DAC T P 
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0^4 


lA 


EZTRANS 


ENEKbl^b 1 KANbrUK 1 bK 


PkCMn 
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1 Ax 


DAC T P 


OHO 


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CAK-ir^v ck.it 

FANCY . FNT 


DAIA FlLb FUK FUNIrLlr 


1 IT T 1 

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C T 1 C 
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lA 


FuNT rLl r 


r-UAKIPC CHKITC CACTI V 

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PkATA CTI C CnD CnWTCI TD 
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MTT 1 
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PT i P 


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T A 
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TCDDV CMT 

JtKKY • rIN 1 


PkATA CTI C CnD CnKITCI TD 

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lITT I 
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PT 1 P 
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0 0 7 


T A 
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T T r* C Al i CKIT 

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PkATA CTI C CHD CHKITCI TD 

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1 IT T I 
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P T 1 P 
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T A 
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fi 1 X 
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T A 

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Kit T K.I T AK4 T ^ DDO 

MINImII S . BBS 


TCDK^TKIAI DDnr^DAKI 

TbRMlNAL PKUbKAM 


DAC T P 


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DACT P 


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MINIAMIS.DOC 


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lA 


MXLIST.LST 


LISTED VERSION MXLIST 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


824 


lA 


MXLIST.OBJ 


MACH LANG MXLIST 


UTIL 


8 


OBJ 


8<S1 


lA 


NEUU 


FILE FOR TERMINAL PROG 


UTIL 


18 


FILE 


882 


lA 


ONEON.ONE 


BOUNCE TYPE/2 PLAYER 


GAME 


9 


BASIC 


832 


lA 


STARTUP . BBS 


PART OF TERMINAL PROG 


UTIL 


18 


OBJ 


887 


lA 


VARTABLE . LST 


LIST MARIBLES P/D 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


813 


lA 


UELC 


FILE FOR TEmiNAL PROG 


UTIL 


18 


FILE 


883 



««« MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY ««« 



DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


JA 


ANT I 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


BANK 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


BOAT 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


BRIO 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


CIRC 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


C(>1D 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


FIRE 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


GOLF 


DATA FILE 


&¥iE 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


HAMB 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


HOUS 


DATA FILE 


&WE 


8 


FILE 


883 


JA 


INFL.CAS 


CASSETTE VERSION 


G<^E 


8 


BASIC 


178 


JA 


INFLATIO 


1-6 PLAYERS/ JOY STICK 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


157 


JA 


MALL 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


883 


JA 


MENU 


INSTRUCTIONS & RULES 


INFO 


8 


BASIC 


846 


JA 


MINE 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


884 


JA 


PICT 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


884 


JA 


PICT.ffv'E 


CREATE PICTURES 


UTIL 


9 


^SIC 


885 


JA 


REAC 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


REFI 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


REST 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


TRAI 


DATA FILE 


G(S*iE 


8 


FILE 


885 


JA 


TRUC 


DATA FILE 


GAME 


8 


FILE 


885 


*** 


MACE PROGRAM 


LIBRARY ««« 











DISK 


PROGR^^ 


DESCRIPTIOM 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


KA 


ANIMAL 


GREAT GAME FOR ALL 


GAME 


18 


BASIC 


839 


KA 


ANIMAL.DAT 


SAk^E YOUR MASTER FILE 


DATA 


18 


FILE 


882 


KA 


ANIMAL. INS 


INSTRUCT I OMS 


INFO 




BASIC 


889 


KA 


ANIMDAT.STA 


INITIALIZE DATA FILE 






BASIC 


885 


KA 


JUGGLER 


JUGGLE BALLS 




6 


BASIC 


844 


KA 


LAUNCH 


SHOOT SPACESHIPS 


GAME 


9 


BASIC 


868 


KA 


LUNARLDR 


LAND YOUR SPACESHIP 


GAME 


6 


BASIC 


848 


KA 


MENU 


DISK DIR 


UTIL 




BASIC 


885 


KA 


PANTHER. PTR 


PICTURE OF PANTHER 


DEMO 




BASIC 


838 


KA 


POLYGOSJ.FIL 


STRANGER BY THE RIMER 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


831 


KA 


SPACECDT 


SAVE THE PEOPLE 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


871 


KA 


SPIDER 


DRAW WITH JOYSTICK 


DEMO 


9 


BASIC 


816 


KA 


STELLAR 


SHOOT THE INVADERS 


GAME 


7 


BASIC 


858 


KA 


YAHT2EE v 


GOOD WORKING VERSICHM 




18 


BASIC 


868 



1 1 



««» MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY ««« 





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LH 


1 r tuulhin • V 


Ml IC T P 


Ucnu 


1 a 

1 0 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


flflQ 


i A 


T Kicn 
liNrU 


T Ki C n DMAT T OKI 

liNrUKriH 1 1 UIN 


UcnU 


1 a 


DAC T P 


fl Q R 
oo3 


i A 
LR 


Tkjcn TVT 

iiNrU • 1 A 1 


rVATA C T i C 

Uft IH r 1 LL 


UcnU 


1 a 

1 0 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


fl 77 
U / / 


1 A 
LH 


LUiNULflN .V 


Mi IOTP 

nubl L 


UcrlU 


1 11 


CT i C 

r 1 Lc 




1 A 
LH 


LUVllNb .V 


Mi IOTP 

nuoi L 


ucnu 


1 0 


C T i C 

r 1 Lc 


a a *7 


i A 


MAtviniTD 1 1 

riRNbhK mw 


Mi iC T P 

riUoi L 


ucnu 


1 o 


C T i C 

r 1 Lc 


a a Q 


1 A 
LH 


MAT U T 1 rvA 1 1 

rm 1 Ml LUH • v 


Mi iC T P 

nubi L 


UcnU 


1 D 


C T i C 

r 1 Lc 


flflQ 


i A 

Lh 




Mi iC T P 

nubl L 


UcnU 


1 u 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


fl fl z 

ooo 


i A 


Ml leCTTC 1 1 


Ml IOTP 

nuol C 


UcnU 


1 0 


r 1 Lc 


a a Q 

OOO 


1 A 


ULl 1 i Lh .V 


Ml IC T P 

nubi L 


UcnU 


1 a 
10 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


a a Q 


1 A 
LH 


Dni i/CAi A i 1 

rULKbHLH .V 


Ml IC T P 

nubi L 


ucnu 


1 «5 


C T i C 

r 1 Lc 


O fl Q 


1 A 
LH 


ppnPMn 


rUKti rLHTtK ucnu 


Ucnu 


1 a 
1 o 


DAC T P 

dhoi l 


fl d 1 
o 4 1 


1 A 
LH 


PTTi.ipnKif^ u 

K 1 1 wKLhiU • V 


Ml IC T P 
imUoI L 


Ucnu 


1 o 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


flfld 
ooH 


1 A 
LH 


PnrkTAQ li 
KUUfSLHo • V 


MI IC T P 

nuol u 


nPMn 
Ucnu 


1 V 


C T 1 P 

r 1 Lc 


fl 1 1 
oil 


1 A 
LH 




Ml ICT P 

nuo 1 L> 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 Q 
1 V 


P T 1 P 
r 1 LC 


flflS 
o 0 □ 


1 A 
LH 


QHPPTPP U 


Ml IQT P 

nuo 1 u 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 u 


P T 1 P 
r 1 LC 


flfld 
0 0 4 


i A 
LH 


OUlNH 1 Hi3 a V 


Ml IQT P 
U O i U 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 o 


P T 1 P 
r i LC 


fl 1 Q 
0 I O 


1 A 
LH 


QTAPIJAPQ I J 


MIIQTP 

nuo 1 u 


nPMn 
ucnu 




PT I P 
r 1 LC 


flfld 
0 0 4 


1 A 
LH 


D 1 UK T ClNU a V 


Ml IQT P 

nuo 1 L 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 a 

1 0 


P T 1 P 

r 1 LC 


flflS 
0 0 □ 


1 A 
LH 


QiHsiQMTNP U 
ouiNon 1 iNC aV 


Ml IQT P 

nuo I L 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 Ck 
1 o 


PT I P 

r 1 LC 


flflP 
0 0 o 


1 A 
LH 


TPKinPP iJ 
1 cnunK a V 


MI IQ T P 

nuol L 


nPMn 
ucnu 


1 0 


P T 1 P 
r 1 LC 


flflQ 
0 0 z 


1 A 
LH 


TPYAQ U 

1 CAHO a V 


Ml IC T P 

nuo 1 L- 


nPMn 
Ucnu 


1 fl 

1 V 


C T I C 
r 1 Lc 


flfld 
004 


1 A 
LH 


TTTI PQ 
1 i 1 LPO 


TTTI PC 
1 1 I Leo 


1 IT T 1 
U 1 1 L 


1 fl 
1 o 


PAC T P 
DHOI L 


flflR 
00 3 


1 A 
LH 


TTTI PQ TYT 
1 1 1 Leo a 1 A 1 


TKIPnPMAT T nKI 
IfNrUKnHI 1 UiN 


Ucnu 


1 fl 
1 o 


C T 1 C 

r 1 Lc 


fl 97 
OZ/ 


1 A 
LH 


TPTP U 
1 r 1 r a V 


MI IC T P 

nuolu 


nPMn 
Ucnu 


1 fl 
1 o 


P T 1 P 

r 1 Lc 


flflO 
00 7 


1 A 
LH 


UAHPP U 

VHUtK a V 


MUSI C 


Ucnu 


1 fl 


PT 1 C 
r 1 Lc 


flflQ 
OOo 


LA 


WERGE 


READ INSTRUCTIONS 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


ees 


LA 


UABASHaU 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


18 


FILE 


ees 


LA 


WALLaU 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


18 


FILE 


009 


LA 


WATER ak; 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


18 


FILE 


003 


LA 


WHYMEaV 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


18 


FILE 


003 


LA 


YESTERDYaV 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


18 


FILE 


003 



*** MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY *** 





PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTIOM 


GROUP 


fWTING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


MA 


BASECNyT 


CONVERT BASE «'S 


BASIC 


10 


UTIL 


032 


MA 


DEFLECTR 


USE / KEY TO DEFLECT 


GAME 


9 


^SIC 


024 


MA 


DIGIDRFT 


USE J/STK TO DRAW 


UTIL 


10 + 


BASIC 


071 


MA 


FLAG 


US FLAG WITH MUSIC 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


022 


MA 


6RENH0LE 


GTIA GREEN HOLE 


DEMO 


10 


BASIC 


011 


MA 


HAUKS 


LOOKING FOR FOOD 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


053 


MA 


HEARTS 


CHANGE THEIR POSITION 


GAME 


6 


BASIC 


03<& 


1^ 


HORSRACE 


NO GRAPHICS 


GAME 


5 


BASIC 


024 


MA 


LINEDLT.LST 


MASS DELETE LINES 


UTIL 


10 


&^SIC 


006 


MA 


MENU 


USE JOYSTICK TO RUM 


UTIL 


6 


BASIC 


011 


MA 


NSLAUGHT.OBJ 


SPACE GAME 


GAME 


10 + 


OBJ 


042 


MA 


OTHELLO 


CAPTURE OPPONENT 


GAME 


S 


BASIC 


047 


MA 


STATES 


STATES AND CAPITALS 


EDUC 


10 + 


BASIC 


060 


MA 


TRACE. LST 


TRACE THRU PROGRAMS 


UTIL 


10 


BASIC 


034 



12 



»*» MACE PR06IV*1 LIBRARY «»» 



^ DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


NA 


BALL 


GTIA BALL 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 


889 


NA 


BLUES 


FROM ATARI REF MANUAL 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 


815 


NA 


CHICFAST 


CHICKEN FAST ^^ERSION 


GAME 


le-i- 


BASIC 


847 


NA 


CRYSTAL 


GTIA CRYSTAL 


DEMO 


6 


BASIC 


815 


NA 


CURSOR 


BLINKING CURSOR 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


884 


NA 


FAUCET 


GTIA WATER FAUCET 


DEMO 




BASIC 


829 


NA 


JELLYFSH 


DON'T EAT JELLYFISH 


GAME 


9 


BASIC 


831 


NA 


LONEAGLE 


SAUE THE HORSES 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


858 


NA 


LRN2TYPE 


FOR BEGINNERS 


EDUC 


8 


BASIC 


814 


NA 


MENU 


DISK DIR LOAD/GO 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


811 


NA 


MICROIDS 


NEEDS INSTRUCTIONS 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


848 




ULl/i jHU 


T/QTl^ RIITTHW TP PIRWT 
U/ O 1 i\ DU 1 1 Um Ir ixiuni 


PHI ir 




RAQ7 r 




NA 


PEEKER 


PEEK VALUES OF RAM 


UTIL 


le 


BASIC 


833 


NA 


PEPPER 


MUSIC 


DEMO 


7 


BASIL 


n TT f*, 

853 


NA 


RING 




DFMn 

L/C.I tu 


7 


BASIC 


889 


NA 


TRAGEDY 


HTTP f^MP 


bHTlt 


o 
o 


dASI C 


846 


*»» MACE PROGRAM 












y DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


OA 


BESSEL.PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 




DOLLAR. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


EYES. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


MENU 


MAIN PROGRAM FOR PIC 


DEMO 

mm V mm 


18 


BASIC 


828 


OA 


MUSIC. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


ROCKY. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 

mm mm* 1 mm 


18 

m mr 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


SCROLL 


ONE PICTURE LOAD FILE 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


818 


OA 


SHI FT .ASM 


SUBFILE FOR SCROLL 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


882 


OA 


SPIRAL. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


TEQUILA. PIC 


PICTURE DATA FILE 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


862 


OA 


UNCLESAM.PIC 


D T HT lion Pky\"T y\ C 1 I C 


utnO 




dAoI L 




OA 


WILLIAM. PIC 


D 7 r^T 1 1 D IT r\AT/v CI I C 

rlLlUKb Um m rlLb 


UtnU 


1 a 
1 \A 


DAC T P 




*»» mCE PROGRAM 


LIBRARY 










DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


PA 


AD>JENTUR 


ADVENTURE GAME 


STRAT 


9 


BASIC 


899 


PA 


AMORTIZE 


FIGURE MONTHLY PAYMTS 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


848 


PA 


ASTROSTM 


GET TO OTHER SIDE 


GAME 


7 


BASIC 


821 


PA 


BIO.BAS 


BIORHYTHM CHART 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 


838 


PA 


FLAKE 


RANDOM SNOUIFLAKE 


DEMO 


6 


BASIC 


888 


PA 


LASERGN2 


SHOOT THE SPACESHIP 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


867 


PA 


LI'v'EUIIRE.OBJ 


TEMPEST TYPE-AMAZING! 


GAME 


18 + 


OBJ 


837 


PA 


MATHFUN 


GOOD MATH TEACHER 


EDUC 


18 + 


BASIC 


842 


PA 


MENU 


DISK DIR LOAD/GO 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


828 


PA 


RENUM.LST 


rM_.il \ji iDi-r\ 1 wur\ i iMiifvjrxrii i 




9 

7 


LTTl w 1 W 


814 


PA 


RESCUE 


LAND THE SPACESHIP 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


861 


PA 


ROADBLCK 


BLOCK YOUR OPPONENT 


GAME 


18 


BASIC 


841 


PA 


SHELL 


SORT ROUTINE 


UTIL 


7 


BASIC 


887 


««» MACE PROGRAM 


I 1 QPAPY ««« 
LIdKHKY *** 










DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 

mm mmm mm W \ im m I v 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


OA 


BOXDEMO 


GOOD EFFECTS 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


888 


OA 


DETECTt^E 


SOLVE THE CRIME 

mm ^i^r mmm V w m m «m mm V « wm 1 V wmm 


STRAT 


9 


BASIC 


878 


OA 


DOGBITE 


YOU ARE A MAILMAN 

V w 9 9 9 w mmt V ■ 9 99 9 mr mm^9 99 99 • 


STRAT 


7 


BASIC 


864 


OA 


ELECTRIC 


RUN ELECTRIC COMPrWY 

9 9 9 V 9B9m 9 9 9 vflv wm 9 9 9 99 « 9 


STRAT 


8 


BASIC 


891 


OA 


HOPPER. OB J 


SELECT CHANGES SPEED 


GAME 


18 + 


OBJ 


856 ' 


QA 


MENU 


DISK DIR LOAD/GO 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


828 


OA 


OCTADRAW 


UERY INTERESTING ONCE 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


815 


QA 


PMEDITOR 


CREATE PLAYERS <PM) 


UTIL 


18 + 


BASIC 


828 


QA 


STARUIARP 


ADVENTURE TYPE 


STRAT 


8 


BASIC 


158 


QA 


WAVES 


VERY SIMPLE 


DEMO 


3 


BASIC 


884 


»«« MACE PROGRAM 












DISK 


PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTION 

W l^V m 9 ^m 9 9 mm ^mF9 w 


GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 

mm mm mm 1 mm 9 m mm 


RA 


CUBE3D 


3D CUBES 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 

mmr9 9 mm 4 mm 


815 

9m 9m 9^ 


RA 


GIGGLE 


RANDOM DOTS 

9 99 99 1 mm • mm 9tm 9 mm 


DEMO 

mm vmI • 


5 

mm 


BASIC 

mm* 1 mm aft Vv 


886 

\m mr lar 


RA 


HORSEl 


RUNNING HORSES 

• « mmm mt V A ■ « mm ■ ■ V ^ mm mmm 


DEMO 

mm Bm* * IV 


18 + 


BASIC 

mmm 1 A lor 


847 

\^ 9 9 


RA 


LANES 


PM DEMO 


DEMP 


7 


BASIC 

mmm 9 9^ A 


833 

mr mm ^mm 


RA 


LOGOl 


ATARI LOGO 


DEMO 

mm mm9 9 mm 


18 

9m mr 


BASIC 

mm 9 9 Mir A IhT 


816 

mr mt mm 


RA 


MAZE 


FIND YOUR WAY THROUGH 

• mt 9 • ■ mm 9 « V w V ■ • • ■ « « mm mm ^mm 9 • 


GAME 


7 


BASIC 


857 

mm mm • 


RA 


MENU 


DISK DIR LOAD/GO 

mm w ^m V » mm m V • mmm mm^9 • mm w mm 


UTIL 

■ m Vm 


9 


BASIC 

mtI I «■ 


831 


RA 


PMPRIOR 


PM PRIORITY 


DEMO 


9 


BASIC 


887 


RA 


RIGHT40 


48 COLUW TE.XT 


DEMO 


18 


BASIC 


822 


RA 


SCROLL. BAS 


FINE SCROLLING 


DEMO 


18 + 


BASIC 


832 


RA 


SOUNDEXP 


SEE 7/83 COMPUTE-INST. 


UTIL 


6 


BASIC 


858 


RA 


STARSHOT 


USE YOUR PADDLES 


GAME 


7 


BASIC 


129 


RA 


SUPC0MP3 


COMPARE FILES 


UTIL 


18 + 


BASIC 


834 



««* MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY *** 



DISK 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 

SA 



PROGRAM 
BLACKBOX 
BURP 
CIRCLES 
CITY 

CLOCKCOM 

CREATOR 

DICEROLL 

DIETY 

EI6HTBAL 

FIFTEEN 

MENU 

MSGDEMO 

RENUMBER 

STARMCH 

TYPO 



DESCRIPTION 
LOCATE THE ATOMS 
**« BE CAREFUL ! ! *** 
ONE LINER 
OME LINER 
WORKING CLOCK 
RECREATE OBJECT FILE 
gOICEBOX REQUIRED 
RECREATE SECTORS 
HIT THE BILLIARD BALL 
PUT IN ORDER 
DISK DIR LOAD/60 
CREATE MESSAGES 
GREAT RENUMBER PROG. 
YOU ARE IN CHARGE 
CHECK ANTIC TYPING 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


STRAT 


5 


BASIC 


862 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


811 


DEMO 


7 


^SIC 


882 


DEMO 


7 


BASIC 


883 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


817 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


819 


DEMO 




BASIC 


845 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


825 


GAME 


5 


BASIC 


836 


STRAT 


7 


BASIC 


838 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


831 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


833 


UTIL 


18+ 


BASIC 


868 


STRAT 


6 


BASIC 


118 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


818 



*** MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY «»« 



DISK PROGRAM 

TA CATNMOUS 

TA DOGF I GHT 

TA GAMEMENU 

TA GAMEMENU . DOC 

TA GR8TEXT 

TA MENU 

TA NUMBATTL 

TA PLOTTING 

TA PLUSZERO 

TA README 

TA SHOWDOUIN 

TA STRNGART 

TA TANKBATL 

TA WUMPUS 



DESCRIPTICSM 
VERY SLCW PACMAN 
SHOOT THE PLANE 
OBJECT FILE MENU 
INSTRUCT I ONIS 
MERGE WITH A PROGRAM 
DISK DIR LOAD/GO 
PICK HIGHEST NUMBER 
PLOT LOCATICW 
CATCH THE ZERO 
INFO ON GAMEMENU.DOC 
2 PLAYER-SAVE ENERGY 
DESIGN YOUR OWN ART 
HARD TO BEAT 
FIND THE WUMPUS 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


GAME 


5 


BASIC 


873 


GAME 


6 


BASIC 


838 


UTIL 


18+ 


OBJ 


886 


UTIL 


18 


FILE 


818 


UTIL 


18+ 


BASIC 


818 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


815 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


834 


PRG AID 


18 


BASIC 


837 


GAME 


8 


BASIC 


843 


INFO 




BASIC 


885 


GAME 


6 


BASIC 


116 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


814 


G^E 


7 


BASIC 


832 


STRAT 


7 


BASIC 


892 



«** MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY *»« 



DISK PROGRAM 

UA APPLEAT 

UA DISKSRCH 

UA DRAW 

UA DUPFAST 

UA DUPFAST . COM 

UA FLAGS 

UA LINEMCWE.LST 

UA MENU 

NEWCLOCK 

UA NUCLEAR 

UA Rcm^s 

UA RTCLOCK 

UA SIMPLCLK 

UA WORDSRCH 



DESCRIPTION 
WORM EATING APPLE 
READ DISK SECTORS 
PAINT THE SCREEN 
CREATES DUPFAST.COM 
DISK COPIER 
GUESS FOREIGN FLAGS 
MOVE/COPY/DELETE LINES 
ALPHABETIZE & PRINT 
CLOCK WITH MOVING HAND 
RUN NUCLEAR POWER PLT 
LEARN ROMAN NlWEfViLS 
JUST SET TJE CLOCK 
DIGITAL CLOCK 
GREAT WORD PUZZLE 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


DEMO 


8 


BASIC 


819 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


889 


GAME 


5 


BASIC 


834 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


831 


UTIL 


18+ 


OBJ 


888 


EDUC 


9 


BASIC 


848 


UTIL 


18+ 


BASIC 


826 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


824 


DEMO 


. 9 


BASIC 


817 


STRAT 


7 


BASIC 


118 


EDUC 


18 


BASIC 


111 


UTIL 


18 


BASIC 


888 


DEMO 


8 


^SIC 


888 


GAME 


18+ 


BASIC 


881 



««» MACE PR06R(2M LIBRARY »** 



DISK PROGRAM 

VA BLASTER 

VA CAESARSC 

VA CHSETEDI .TOR 

VA CRYPTOGR 

VA GTIASKPD 

VA HEXPOKE 

VA MEMTEST.ASM 

VA MEMTEST.DOC 

VA MEMTEST . OBJ 

VA MENU 

VA MESSAGE 

VA RPM2 

VA TEXTEDT2 



DESCRIPTIOM 
BLAST THE ONCOMERS 
ROMAN DIGITAL CLOCK 
CREATE CHARACTOR SET 
BREAK THE CODE 
CREATE GTIA SCREENS 
ADDRESS VALUES 
ASM CODE 
INSTRUCTIONS 
TEST MACHINES MEMORY 
DISK DIR LOAD/GO 
MOVING MESSAGE 
CHECK DRIVE SPEED 
ONE OF THE BEST W.P. 



GROUP 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


GAME 


7 


BASIC 


824 


DEMO 


9 


BASIC 


832 


UTIL 


18+ 


BASIC 


898 


STRAT 




BASIC 


855 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


872 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


823 


UTIL 


8 


FILE 


836 


UTIL 


8 


FILE 


828 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


884 


UTIL 


9 


BASIC 


824 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


838 


UTIL 


8 


BASIC 


885 


UTIL 


18 + 


BASIC 


885 



14 



««» MACE PROGRAM LIBRARY »«« 





PROGRAM 


DESCRIPTIMM 


GROUP 

1 A Vir 1*^ I 


RATING 


TYPE 


SECTORS 


vVM 


AGAIN 

nun 4 1^ 


MUSICAL MEMORY GAME 

1 1 w w Ji wn i_ II i_i 1 w 1 \ i wni 1 Vm 


GAME 

larf ft 1 mmm 


9 


BASIC 

mmm 9 mm m mm 


046 


wn 


ARTIL SIM 

ni\ 1 1 u. w i 1 1 


BLOU UP OPPONENT 

wl—ww wl Wl i wl vb»i^ 1 


GAME 

99 9 


6 

mr 


BASIC 

mmm 9 mm m mm 


024 

mr «M 




AUTOMATE 

nw 1 wl in 1 im 


FANCY AUTO. SYS MAKER 

1 m ^ w 1 n w i w . w i w i iti i % • % 


UTIL 

1 Jm Is 


18 + 

mm mr 


BASIC 


018 


U)A 


BJACK 


CARD GAME (BLACKJACK) 


GAME 


10 


BASIC 


037 


Wl 1 


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553-4005 is the new MACE Library BBS* 
This BBS brings you all of the latest MACE 
and Atari information* If it appears on this 
board, it is up to date and correct! There are 
many files available for downloading* You are 
welcome to take anything that interests you* 
If you don't see what you want***ask! The 
Message functions will allow for private 
messages or you may reach the public with 
your messages* So for a different BBS 
experience, try the Library BBS today! 
(Editor's note* Although this BBS is sponsored 
by individual MACE members, it is however 
not officially connected to, nor receives 
funding from the MACE organization* However 
it's lots of fun, so try it out!) 



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THIS TIME, WE'RE GONNA 
DO IT RIGHT! 

By Craig Chamberlain 

ANNOUNCING^* 

A POKEY PLAYER SEMINAR 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 3 1ST 
SOUTHFIELD PARKS AND REC 
7:00 pm OPEN 

7J30 PRESENTATION BEGINS 

Last Fall I held a seminar just for Pokey 
Player, the music playing program available in 
the M«A*C*E* library* Unfortunately, 
attendance was poor and my presentation was 
not as smooth as it could have been* Learning 
from past mistakes, I'm going to try again, but 
this time I'm going to do it right* If you have 
tried to use Pokey Player but have had 
trouble, here is what we have for you* 

FASTER LOADING PLAYER WITH FOUR 
COLUMN TITLES 

EDITOR WITH MEASURE SEARCHING 

MUSIC COMPILER WRITTEN IN MACHINE 
CODE - IT'S FAST! 

PAGES AND PAGES OF DOCUMENTATION 
- BETTER THAN SOFTSIDE! 

The Final Version disk will be available at 
the seminar as a M*A*C*E* library proprietary 
disk* Pokey Player is now also available on 
CASSETTE! (Cassette users, please bring a 60 
minute tape to the seminar)* 
So, if you would like to learn how to use the 
Pokey Player music system, mark your 
calendar for exactly two weeks after the 
January M*A*C*E* meeting* (Presentation 
starts promptly at 7**30, will be finished by 
10*00 pm* Tape recorders welcome*) 

DO YOU HAVE FAST FINGERS? 

Just imagine - you are sitting in front of 
your ATARI, you pop in the ATARI BASIC 
cartridge and turn the computer on, it makes 
the usual weird sounds, and it says "READY"* 
But then it says "OR NOT, HERE I COME!", 
which produces a BASIC error* It follows this 
with more commands to BASIC which are 
immediately executed* It even starts messing 



around with your cassette or disk drive, 

LOADing and RUNning files* And all the 
while, every time you see each character 

mysteriously appear on the screen, you hear 

the associated keyboard click* It's as if a 

ghost was pounding away at your keyboard* 

Has it finally happened? Has your 

computer gone absolutely mad? The day you 

always feared, when your computer would take 

over and replace YOU, has it arrived? No* 

Relax* You're just the innocent victim of the 

ultimate autoboot program, called FAST 

FINGERS* 

You may already have a program that 
makes BASIC automatically do a RUN"D:MENU 
or similar command at boot time* FAST 
FINGERS does this also, but with the 
following advantages* 

* NOT CONFINED TO BASIC - EVEN WORKS 
IN MEMO PAD MODE! 

* WORKS FOR CASSETTE OR DISK 

* CAN BE USED WITH 850 AUTOBOOT FILE 

* SEVERAL COMMANDS CAN BE EXECUTED 

* YOU CAN SEE THE COMMANDS AS THEY 
ARE TYPED 

* YOU CAN EVEN HEAR THE KEYS TYPING 

FAST FINGERS will be published soon in 
Antic Magazine, but you can get it now in the 
M*A*C*E* library* 

FAST IrlMOERS 
by Craig Chamberlain 

A clever new idea in autobooting programs for 
both disk and cassette* Turning on your 
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PLATO'S CORNER 



I have to believe that January will bring a 
number of new faces to the MACE meeting* 
Christmas seems to be the time when more 
computers are purchased than at any other 
time of the year^ so maybe this would be a 
good time to re-introduce ourselves and talk a 
little bit about some of our goals* 

Plato's Corner is dedicated to the 
investigation of computer applications in 
education* The intended spectrum will 
hopefully include personal development 
programs^ music, computer languages, 
computer art, science, speech synthesis, and 
learning aids for the children* The basic 
premise for all of our discussions is that the 
original justification for buying our computers 
was for a learning experience for both our 
children and ourselves* 

The deluge of media hype recently seems to be 
geared at giving parents a guilt-trip if they 
somehow don't include their children in the 
computer revolution* If you look closely 
however the computer revolution bears more 
of a resemblance to an impromptu fire-drill* 
Computer manufacturers seem to be running 
around aimlessly in an uncoordinated attempt 
to capture their share of the market* The 
previously uninvolved parents, intimidated 
and unable to cope will the idea of having 
their children destined to become computer 
mental-midgets, rush to the stores to 
purchase a ****yes, home computer* The parents 
can now rest at last, reassured that their 
children's futures are somewhat secure* 

The imagined scenario of computer utopia can 
prove to be quite elusive without proper 
preparation* Hopefully this column with a 
considerable amount of help and participation 
from the membership will provide guidelines 
for the successful utilization of our computers* 



One of the more practical aspects of this 
column should be the on-going review of 
current educational software* This month I 
have two reviews to share with you* The first 
is a program entitled TYPE ATTACK by Sirius . 
Software* 

In order to successfully utilize many of the 
features of a computer it is helpful to become 
to a certain degree adept at typing* A good 
analogy might be typing skills are to computer 
literacy as writing is to conventional literacy* 
The more proficient a person becomes at the 
former the easier the entire process becomes* 

There are at present a number of typing tutor 
and typing aid programs available for the 
computer user* Type Attack is a typing 
practice program in the form of an arcade 
game* The scenario is as follows* your planet 
is being invaded by the dreaded alphabet 
creatures and the only effective defense is 
the speedy retaliation of your missile powered 
keyboard* The alphabet creatures descend in 
space invader fashion and your keyboard input 
sends out the deadly missiles to destroy the 
corresponding creatures* 

What is attractive about the program, other 
than being lots of fun, is that the user 
controls the speed of the attackers, and is 
able to select from one of 40 pre-programmed 
lessons or up to 60 lessons created by the 
user* 

After the character attack is successfully 
repelled a new wave of words and phrases fly 
horizontally across the screen* Again the user 
must turn back the waves of aliens by typing 
in the appropriate counter-attack* 

The screen provides information as to number 
of mistakes (energy usage) and the number of 
words per minute being typed* The most adept 
users may even record their scores in the Hall 
of Fame* 

It should be understood that Type Attack is 
not a typing tutor* The documentation does 
include however the basics of finger 
positioning and which lessons emphasize the 
letters you may need practice at* 

The graphics and associated sound are very 
well done and provide the user with a lively 



typing practice session* The advantages of 
such a program should be obvious* Increased 
familiarity with the keyboard will certainly be 
an asset to any computer user young or old* 

Our second program is one called 3 R MATH 
HOME SYSTEM by Dan Rohr and available 
through the Atari Program Exchange* 

3 R Math offers drills on 101 user selected 
skill levels of addition* subtraction* 
multiplication* and division* The structure of 
the quiz is also con tolled in terms of time and 
number of problems* 

The student proceeds through a series of 
problems in the chosen skill level all the while 
being monitored by the computer as to 
response time* correctness and total duration 
of time spent* After a student has finished 
their series of problems the computer will 
print a summary on the screen indicating the 
percentage of correct and incorrect answers* 
number of problems completed* and an overall 
score that may be used as a comparative 
measure for future sessions* 

If a printer is attached to the system an even 
more detailed report can be provided* Each 
problem is printed out in the order given to 
the student with it corresponding correct 
answer* Below each problem is the response 
time in seconds for that problem and an 
indication if the problem was answered 
correctly on the first* second* or third 
attempt* Response times are also given if the 
second or third attempts were necessary* 
Percentages of correct and incorrect answers 
are given along with code used to generate the 
quiz and ten additional problems are printed 
out at the bottom of the screen for follow-up 
practice* Entire printed work sheets and 
answer sheets can be generated should you 
prefer a printed format* 

This is an extensive and well written program 
that provides lively and competitive drills for 
students and supplies an impressive amount of 
feedback on the students responses and 
progress* 

For this month's homework assignment I must 
ask for volunteers* More and more educational 
software is finding it's way into the market* 
and no one has any complaints about that* 
There is a need though for reviews of this 



software so users may make intelligent 
decisions as which programs fit their specific 
needs* The format of the reviews can be 
entirely your own* Please if you presently own 
or are considering buying software that fits 
into the categories that we like to discuss 
here in Plato's Corner send us a review* Your 
input could prove to be invaluable to the 1500 
other MACE members considering software 
purchases* 

I've included a few suggestions below that 
would be welcome reviews* 

Atari LOGO* Atari Inc*(A monthly column on 
LOGO would be super*) 
Disney Educational Series* Atari Inc* 
M*E*C*C* Educational Program Series* M*E*C*C* 
Music Construction Set* Electronic Arts Inc* 
Koala Pad and associated software* 
Hayden Learning games* Hayden Software 
Spinnaker Educational Programs* Spinnaker* 
Dorsett Educational Series* Dorsett 
Educational Systems 

Report on education information and resources 
available through The Source and Compu-Serve* 

To share your knowledge and experience with 
others is a noble gesture* Remember MACE 
will only be as successful as our members' 
participation* 

As always I look forward to hearing from you* 
Plato 

552 Pinehurst 
Rochester *Mi* 
48063 

(313) 375-9275 




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A special thank you to the following 
companies for donating the door prizes for our 
December meeting* 

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Due to scheduling conflicts with the City of 
Southfield, the meeting dates for MARCH* 
MAY and JUNE have been rescheduled* The 
following is a list of meeting dates for 1984* 

- January 17 

- February 21 

* March 27 * 

- April 17 

* May 29 * 

* June 1 1 * 

- July 17 

- August 21 

- September 18 

- October 16 

- November 20 

- December 18 

Please mark your calendars so you'll be sure 
not to miss meeting night« 

Tom Sturia 
Program Coordinator 

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By Tom Chrakiewici 

The regular meeting of the FORTH special 
interest group will be on January 31 4 934 at 
7J30 PM in the Hazel Park High SchooL 

(Editor's note? FORTH is a very fast and 
powerful programming language for the Atari* 
There are several versions of FORTH 
available commercially and in the public 
domain* The MACE library has a version of 
MESA FORTH on library disks AB,BB,CB» 
Intermediate and advanced programmers 
interested in learning FORTH or sharing their 
knowledge with others are encouraged to 
participate in this SIG») 

ASSEMBLER SIO 

By Todd Meitzner 

Due to technical dif f iculties^ it was not 
possible to publish the date and time of the 
next Assembler SIG meeting* Please check 
with Todd Meitzner at 542-1752 for further 
details* 



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the advanced and novice user with reliable 
service for years to come! $75*00 or best offer* 
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Marshall evenings at 375-9047 

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KlicJs Cor-ner- 

By John Yates 
Age 14 

Hi I am John Yates* When I heard there was 
going to be a column for kids I thought I would 
like to write something for it* I wasn't sure I 
could do this, but it seems that I have* I 
didn't know what to write about, but I decided 
to write about M*A*C*E*and how it helped me* I 
have been a MACE member for about six 
months* 

I joined because my dad wanted me to, and I 
thought "boring!!!*" My family had gotten an 
Atari 800 and recorder for Christmas and no 
one knew how to use it well* Our first tapes 
were Caverns of Mars,Preppy,etc etc* 

In the begining all I was interested in were 
these games* Then I found out I could do 
things that my older brothers, sisters and 
parents couldn't do* I started writing my own 
programs like for/next loops* It got to be 
even fun doing graphics and animation* Now I 
am helping my mom and dad with financial 
wizard* The thing I want next is a modem* I 
think this would open up all kinds of new and 
interesting things both educational and fun* 
Maybe next time in "Kids Corner" someone 
would like to tell us about their experiences 
with the modem* Then perhaps my parents will 
buy me one*THANK YOU 




Ml* A» C • E 



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RITE WAY ENTERPRISES 

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RITE WAY ENTERPRISES INC. 



(313) 751-2454 

8262 12 MILE RO. 
WARREN. Ml 46093 



(313) 559-2980 

19763 12 MILE RO. 

SOUTHFIELD, Ml 48076 
IN THE EVER&F^EEN PLAZA 



(313) 562-3178 

22027 MICHIGAN AVE. 
DEARBORN. Ml 48124 



MICHIQAN ATARI COMPUTER ENTHUSIASTS 
PaOa BOX 2785 

sbuTHPIBLDi MICHIQAN 48037 



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SOUTHFIELD, Ml 



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