This little game has been created in the context of a programming competition in which the source code size was limited to 8 kilobytes. There were no external graphics data are used, but 1 megabyte of music and sound data. Despite the simple graphics it shines with a good playability and a great soundtrack. To play you need a DirectX 7 capable graphics card. The zip archive contains all needed files.
Dienstag, 27. Januar 2009
Dienstag, 3. Juni 2008
The editor is the ideal possibility to test fast and simple the programming language AsciiMASH. It is characterised by separate IO-Windows and possesses among other things also a memory viewer for show the memory hex dump. An additional save and load function provides the permanent storing of the developed source code.
Mittwoch, 30. April 2008
Possible use cases are services, with which Bots can manipulate or abuse the service, as for instance on-line inquiries, guest books, registering E-Mail addresses (by those Spam can to be sent) or log in entrances.
The now available captcha service "YourCaptcha" is one these picture-based CAPTCHAs. It is characterised by an easy integration with the help of a simple <IMG SRC='...'> HTML tag on the own Website. The correct character input is checked over a simple ASP.NET Webservice.
Additional feature list:
- The use of different character fonts
- Rotation and deformation of the individual characters
- Overlapping random pattern
et cetera ...
Information about a 30-day trial version : MacReeg@gmail.com
Montag, 21. April 2008
Mittwoch, 5. Dezember 2007
static void Main(string args)
string Code = "65[:+]91";
AsciiMASH_Interpreter AI = new AsciiMASH_Interpreter();
Open a terminal program (change into the local user folder if not happened) and execute the following command line.
mcs Sample.cs -out:Sample.exe -r:AsciiMASH.dll
Now the upper example source code will be compiled and it creates an executable file with the name Sample.exe. To start the AsciiMASH interpreter, Mono with the parameter of the executable file name must start - the whole alphabet is print on the screen.
Montag, 26. November 2007
Here the "Hello World" example: "Hello world!"0'[:>]
21 instructions are available at the current language specification 1.0.0:
Download the instruction document here.
- Interpreter language (no compiling time necessary)
- Loops constructions with arbitrary condition values
- To Brainf *** improved ALU (arithmetic-logical unit)
- Stack-oriented (256 bytes large push-pop stack)
Other examples of AsciiMASH:
1. Prints the alphabet (A-Z)
2. Division (225 by 13) with residual value computation (MODULU function)
3. Prints the first 54 prime numbers (Sieve of Eratosthenes):
Download the Dynamic Link Library (DLL for console application) for .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0.
Download sample projects for Visual Studio 2005 and SharpDevelop 1.1