You can choose from the 'BU Range' the PRO Range or the Compilation Range. All on this page.
The 'BU' Selection.
BU125 OVERSCAN INVADERS
by Janet Dean. A superb version of 'Space Invaders' with full screen overscan.
BU124 TRI-HELI 2
by Kathy Steinbach. More gold digging involving a helicopter. The task is not made easier by a continuous interference from 'replenisher' aircraft. Top quality arcade game. Many levels, puzzles and continuous action.
by Gary Wheaton. Very, very smooth lateral scrolling. Fly your ship through countless tunnels at breath-taking speed. Full screen overscan. Horizontal scrolling at 50 frames per second using multiple screen flipping as seen in the very best demos. Better than many commercial games.
BU122 WORLD CUP
by Paul Sharples. A mouse driven football manager game in which you have to lead one of the four home countries to the championship.
BU121 SUPER SCRAMBLE (1MB)
by Paul Dowers. A reworking of the old 'Scramble' game. There are six levels of action as you fly your Cobra over the planets surface. There is a giant spacesnake to defeat at the end of each intermediate level plus a confrontation with the Dark Lord himself at the end of the game.
A graphical dungeon adventure. A point and click interface makes it simple to use.
BU119 FOOTBALL TACTICIAN 1
by Camy Maertens. Originally released at œ19.95 Football Tactician 1 sold more than 2,000 copies on the ST and Amiga. Here is the complete 92/93 version with all Premier League teams and players accurate up to the end of the season.
by Rafal Rudzki. A fairly conventional slalom game which would attract little attention where it not for the fact that it is extremely smooth, offers five different courses and even plays a game of 'Pong' in a different window whilst going down! Full 68000 source code for the program is included on the disk. Also on this disk is 'JUMPING GHOST' a simple arcade game.
BU116 THE SPITTING FISH
by Stein Arne. In the Mekong River there lives a fish which catches flies by spitting at them. Although it is born with the needed physical attributes, the ability to hit must be developed through lots and lots of practice. In this game, you are the mother fish struggling to feed her young. The game includes several maths interludes to gain extra strength thus giving it an educational slant.
BU114 MIKFILL (ALL RES), SKELETON (MONO) D/S
'Mike's All Rez Fill Editor'' by Mike Duncan allows you to grab 16x16 pixel blocks from any Degas picture, i.e. PC1, PC2, PC3, PI1, PI2, PI3, and edit that pattern. The program already contains hundreds of ready made fills for you to edit etc. 'Skeleton' a hi-res only educational program by Mike Duncan about the human skeleton.
BU113 FOOTBALL TACTICIAN D/S
by Camy Maertens. Originally released by Talking Birds, this version covers the Barclays League Division One. It is a full version for up to twenty four users! In addition to the full Division One schedule, all European Cups, league and F.A. Cups are included along with friendlies and replays. This is the first ever soccer management game to include strategy and real-time match decisions: formations, tactics, marking, substitutions, injuries, etc. Twenty player squads with absolute authenticity. Built-in team editor. Top scorers. Transfer list. Twenty seasons instantly retrievable. Complete instruction manual on disk. This is the pre-cursor of Football Tactician 2 which is now the top selling management game on the Atari ST and the Commodore Amiga.
by Bruno Azzara. A very nicely presented version of the old Japanese board game. Play against a friend or against the computer. The computer is hard to beat but this increases the challenge. Also on the disk is a demo version of Bruno's new paint system, specifically aimed at STOS users.
BU111 INTERNATIONAL CRICKET 1MB D/S
by Paul Dowers. 3D animated action with realistic sampled sounds bringing the game to life. Individual batting, bowling, catching, throwing and stopping skills for each player. Position fielders whre you want them. Catches, run outs, lbw's, over throws, no balls, wides, etc. Every aspect of a game of cricket is covered.
BU110 TANX D/S
by Donald Campbell. The object of this game is to get as many of your tanks as possible through the enemy minefield whilst at the same time preventing your opponent getting his tanks through. Somewhat similar to 'Battleships' but with new strategy elements. There are three levels of difficulty. Included on the disk is an introduction to BIORYTHMS with examples.
BU109 EXCHANGE RATES
Two programs from OzSoft. PIGEON POST: A program to improve your reading and alphabetical skills as you are challenged to sort 74 envelopes as quickly as possible. EXCHANGE RATES: A currency converter program that allows easy comparison between 50 different currencies, each country being indicated y its national flag.
BU108 SQUARE OFF
Fifty levels of grid escapism. Travel along the best possible route to reach the entry to the next level whilst collecting as much cash as possible. Monsters and black holes make your journey hazardous. This version has tracker music, speech and a separate level editor.
BU107 PLATFORM CAPERS
by Kay Downes. Similar in concept to Donkey Kong, this game requires you to collect four keys on various levels before returning to your exit door. Jumping over rolling barrels is just one of the challenges.
Another winner from Gary Wheaton. The ultimate vertical scroller. Navigate your ship through intricate space tunnels. The speed is frantic, the scenery nightmarish. To survive your reactions must be lightning fast.
by Gary Wheaton. Probably the first time that the real game of dominoes has appeared on a home computer. 1 to 5 players allowed. Uses standard legal moves.
by Pete Whitby. Guide dude with the jetpak around the screen collecting bits of rocket as he goes. Avoid those unfriendly fireballs though.
BU103 APTITUDES D/S
A thorough and interesting aptitude test with full interpretation of the results in both graph and text form and, where possible, with career recomendations.
Intriguing and original puzzle game from Kathy Steinbeck.
BU101 PHANTOM ZONE
An adventure game written with the STAC system in which you play the part of Dan Yell Flint, adventurer and collector of rare artefacts. At the start of the game Granny gives you an aged mirror to add to your collection, but somehow you become the image in the glass looking out at your living room! Whereas 'The Blagg' adventure (BU75) was written by police officers, this one comes from the otherside of the fence being written by inmates of HMP Risley!
BU100 CLOD HOPPER
by Gary Wheaton. Help Bill find his girlfriend, Sonia, who has wandered into an old plutonium mine. You must visit ten sections of the mine filling in every floor section as you go. It's not that easy though, for a start there's a distinct lack of oxygen and some awfully mutated creatures wandering about. On the plus side though, there are also some odd bits of machinery lying around that might be of use.
BU99 BOMB DISPOSAL
by Mike Duncan. A game of logic. Place twenty diodes in the right sequence. You have to match an 'assigned' number with a 'hidden' number and place it on the correct terminal. It ain't easy... (GFA source code included.)
BU98 STATES AND COUNTIES
by Mike Duncan. An ideal way of learning counties in England, Wales, Scotland and states in America. Lovely maps. Also, by the same author, PIGEON POST, an excellent education package to learn the alphabet while having fun. (GFA source code included.)
BU97 TWOT TOT AND THE MANSION OF MADNESS
by Stephen Allen. Your hero is trapped in the Mansion of Madness. The inmates don't want to let him go. Help him befriend these rather insane creatures. He will have to visit 64 rooms, solve many puzzles and avoid evil bugs before finding a way out. You have seven lives, which is just as well....
BU96 HI ROLLER/PAIR OFF
by Donald Campbell. 'Hi Roller', a computer version of the popular dice game Yahtzee. 'Pair Off', an addictive and frustrating card patience game.
BU95 BRAIN FOOD
'Brain Food' is a compilation of three STOS written games intended for children, but enjoyable by all ages. The games are 'Letters', a puzzle game based on a four by four grid, 'Deuce', a multi-level one or two player concentration game, and 'Pipe Line', a fast and furious arcade puzzle game. Also n the disk is 'Jumping Ghost'
BU94 FOOTBALL MAGIC
by the Untouchables. A football management game with digitised action shots when your team scores a goal.
BU93 BUG SPRAY
by Philip Bishop. Protect your sunflower from the invasion of insects and other creepy creatures. Your weapons are sprays and hard work.
by Donald Campbell. A compendium of board games which will occupy a few winter hours. The GFA 3.5 source code is included on the disk.
by Andrew Oakley. A really top-class puzzle game requiring you to fill a board with one of three patterns. Use your templates to achieve the desired effect. All royalties from this disk will be donated to charity via MicroCare.
BU90 MATCH-IT D/S
by Steffen Fischer. A superb 'Shanghai' variant from one of Delta Force's most talented coders. Extremely well presented, with original music, great graphics and loads of playability. The full 68000 source code is also ion the disk!
BU89 HORSE RACING SIMULATOR
by Mark Loveday. A quality simulation that took over two years to complete. It encompasses all aspects of racing life from buying the horses to entering them in the big race of the day. There is a thriving betting market, a form book holding information on the last 150 races plus many other feature .
Another classic from the author of Pacman and Space Invaders, Robert Leong. This time it's a very good variant of the arcade classic 'Galaxians'. The 'Insectoids' need to be hit several times before being destroyed. There are ten formations, with a super nasty to be dealt with at the end.
by Cy Noble. A strange game without instructions .. but it seems you have to direct baby around the screen collecting his toys before mummy catches him. Pressing the fire button causes the baby to do what comes naturally for babies and proves he isn't wearing leak proof Pampers. Mummy has to divert to clean up the mess whilst baby grabs more toys.
BU86 QUATRIS/SLIME NEMESIS D/S
QUATRIS by Stephen Allen. A Tetris variant based on rotating cubes. Each cube has four patterns which you must match before it reaches the bottom of the pile. If the pile reaches the top, the game is lost. SLIME NEMESIS by Stephen Allen. Stalactites of slime drop from the cave ceiling and while you attempt to shoot them back aliens interfere with you efforts. The full STOS source code for both games is included on the disks.
BU85 BALL PARK NOT STE)
by Andrew R. Oakley of the Gothic Domain. The object of this game is to get your rolling ball to the chequered end zone, but you have one small problem - no brakes!
BU84 HYLEILOS (NOT STE)
Welcome to the worlds of Hyleilos , brave hero! After having collected all the diamonds in the real world, Truzzi has been banned by other diamond miners in the worlds of Hyleilos ... (due to his greedy behaviour.) Truzzis competitors give him one single chance to escape ... he must collect all (!) the diamonds in Hyleilos ... which are, in fact, not worth a penny ...
by Kathy Steinbach. Move over Jeff Minter, this is the real article. Defender/Dropzone at its most frenetic. Great music by the Shapeshifters, awesome sound effects, ultra-smooth horizontal scrolling (50 frames/sec), cloaks, smart bombs, radar, stranded scientists, psychedelic explosions, they're all there!
by James Gaunt. Your city is being bombed by a malicious craft, but, by using the rubble and bricks around you, you can escape over the walls to live another day. Superb 68000 code and sound effects.
BU80 TRAVEL GAME D/S
by Mike Duncan. Another very original game from OZSoft, again with full GFA source code listed. You have to visit 37 cities across the globe in a specific order. Money is limited but may be replenished by selling photographs you've taken on your travels.
by Donald Campbell. A decent and cute 'Hangman' game, except that you don't get hanged, you get eaten by a shark instead. Excellent game for younger users. A file creator is included to enable you to add more words - and to cap it all, the music is by the Shapeshifters! Also on the disk is BRAINSTORM, a memory tilegame by the ASE Crew.
BU78 CLACKER & GLOB
by Stephen Allen. A 'Klax' clone with a twist. Great playability and fifteen grid options. Also on this disk, as a bonus, GLOB by J.C.Cuevas, with more munching antics.
BU77 DENNIS AND DENISE
by Philip Rankin. Denise has been captured by the evil tyrant Mr. X. Denise has a wealthy dad who has put up a massive reward. Dennis is heavily in debt and there are some angry people who want this money back. Dennis decides to try and rescue Denise. You are controlling Dennis. Plot end. Six levels of five screens each. Use tokens found to your advantage.
by Stephen Allen. A 'Puzznik' look-a-like with a few novel ideas. Various objects have to be paired in order to clear the board. Rub melting rocks to reach crammed areas. It's a battle against time. Frustrating, but extremely addictive. Fifty levels of subtle deviousness.
BU75 THE BLAG D/S
A great adventure, previously released by Arresting Software. The game attempts to follow the line of a routine police investigation of a robbery through to the eventual trial of the accused. The adventure may end whenever you wish by typing 'court'. You will then see the trial unfold before your eyes.
BU73 SEVENTH HEAVEN
by Dave Blower. Diagnosed with a terminal illness, you suffer two nervous breakdowns that land you in a psychiatric ward. Unusual dreams hint of an astral plane. There are seven such astral planes to complete. The seventh and final one holds the cure to your illness. Can you reach Seventh Heaven in time?
BU72 AVINA BLUE
by Chris Skellern. A superfast horizontal scroller where an endless tunnel has to be negotiated at a mind-boggling speed. Mines and robots guard the passage. Shoot them all and keep a cool head. It's hectic!
BU71 DARK WARS
by Adam Medley. A role-playing adventure with a 3D view. The army of Swords- blade has been completely destroyed by evil orcs in inexplicable circumstances. The Elders of the town offer a reward of 20,000 bronze pieces to anyone who can solve this mystery. Create your character (human, elf, dwarf or halfling) and rise to the challenge. (Rated 87% in ST Format August 1991)
BU70 PACMAN ST
by Robery Leong. The definitive version. Written in 68000 code, with smooth full screen scrolling, this is Budgie's tribute to the king of them all! Six levels plus bonuses. Classic version plus modern version. Choice of standard or hectic. Start munching...
BU69 TABLIT 2
by Andy Osborne. A word game similar to 'Scrabble', but using the domino way of placing tiles. Points are scored for the longest possible words. Up to six players can play together. Tablit II allows you to load a 10000 word dictionary to which user-words may be added. A dictionary editor is also on disk to help you edit your files.
BU68 BLACKSCAR MOUNTAIN
by Terry White. Originally released at œ14.95 this is a fantasy adventure with some 87 locations. It revolves around the use of magic and teleportation. Although some of the occupants of the mountains can cast spells, the problems encountered need to be solved by logic and lateral thinking.
BU67 PACO AND THE TUNNELS OF DOOM
by Keith Bearman. A 'Boulderdash' clone with a major difference - you need earth or rock either side of you to maintain your grip whilst tunnelling. The diamonds, slime, teleport, etc. are still there. 48 caves to tax your digging prowess.
BU66 MISSILE ALERT!
by Robert Leong. Destroy each and every incoming wave of missiles and planes. If possible protect the tank and radar installations as well. The game ends if any part of the city sustains five hits. Two-player option where one player controls the tank and the other aims the anti-missile batteries.
BU65 DOUGLAS 2
by Goth. The half-mg follow up to the hugely popular Douglas Rockmoor. Three versions are on this disk: two running on 520 ST's, with 24 levels each, and one version requiring a meg of memory. The one meg version has as amazing reset surprise, which is not suitable for young ones under 14. Goth has now added an extra option to regulate the speed of the game. Music is by the Shapeshifters.
BU64 CASTLE FRANKENSTEIN
by Philip Bishop. As the title implies, your ultimate goal is to create a monster out of a pile of bones that has gone missing. The bones are scattered throughout the first 19 levels of the game, and all you have to do is get them to level 20, where you pull the odd lever and stick them together.
BU63 SPACED WELLER
by Simon Wilsher. Neither set in the future nor the past, Spaced Weller tests your power of mind and observation. Your aim is to create coloured lines upon a magical grid. Points are awarded for every such line. Spheres of different colours have different effects. Beware of chain reactions.
by The Bombout Bros. An excellent scrolling 'Missile Command' variant with a multitude of special effects and some great graphics which give a new lease of life to a classic game. Also on the disk is OPERATION WIMP, a simple and amusing game of reflexes, where you have to trap Evil Eddy in your computer. Written in STOS, it won't have FTL or Psygnosis worried, but it's great fun!
BU61 A WINTER'S TALE
by The Happening Boiz. This is 'Dizzy Lizzy II' with the same addictive game play and 40 more levels. Set in a serene Christmas atmosphere, this follow-up boasts new graphics, with transporters, switches, grave stones, snow balls, exp-loding Christmas puddings (?) and the persistent meanies. Music by the Shape- shifters.
BU60 GUIDED MISSILE
by Gavin Thornton. A two-player game in which each player guides his missile towards enemy sites. Several levels of strategic theatres. Patriots v. Scuds .. A demo version of the superb G-ORB (with one level) is also included.
by Gavin Thornton. Gravity Orbital Research Balls are the only means to ex plore inhospitable galactic cells. Use your FDM space mallet to activate cosmic levers. Preserve your energy and secure shield charges. There are ten levels of eighty screens creating a most absorbing space epic. A truly professional program from one of Budgie's most talented authors.
BU58 BERT THE SQUIRT
by John Shepherd. An 80 level game solely designed to help Bert to get fatter. Collect the fruits, use fire to bounce on the springs and don't touch the aliens or the spikes. Tremendous fun and super graphics.
BU57 FOOTBALL GENIUS
by Camy Maertens. Four hundred questions on the world's greatest sport. Each correct answer drives the ball towards the opponents goal. Win the F.A. Cup or play a friendly against any of the ninety-two league teams. Free kicks, penal- ties and full statistics on all clubs. A data-base type question editor is supplied.
BU56 SUPERLEAGUE SOCCER
by Adam Medley. A friendly management game with the usual features; team sel ection, substitutes, transfers, banks, league table, match highlights.. Music byGoth and the Shapeshifters.
BU55 CHIROPODIST IN HELL
by Gareth Lucas. You find yourself stranded on a mountain path with, nearby, a wrecked hang-glider. Unlikely plot? If you are to rescue the chiropodist from hell, this is where you start. A STAC adventure with 26 illustrations and a wide vocabulary.
by David J. Thomas. Drive an automobile around a maze, collecting flags, whilst avoiding the other cars chasing you, before your fuel runs out. Several levels of increasing chaos. Your only 'weapon' is a smoke screen to delay your pursuers. Also on this disk is Budgie's third Einstein brain teaser and Goths latest demo.
BU53 FROM LITTLE ACORNS..
by Simon Brown. A most delightful adventure set in Goblins country. The mouse is used throughout but for a few text inputs which the program will prompt you for. Runs in medium res (there is a mono version on COM20).
BU52 DOUGLAS ROCKMOOR - 1 MEG
by Gary Wheaton. The greatest ever boulder game now on your ST! Fantastic scrolling (50 frames a second!), sound and playability. This game is the ulti mate conversion. All Rockmoor fans will at last rediscover the magic of cave exploting. Twenty five caves of which ten are selectable via the function keys. Incredibly addictive.
BU51 SPACE DUEL
by Chris Jeffery. A two-player space dogfight set around the gravitational field of a powerful star. Two joysticks are required. Colour or mono. Great fun. Also on this disk is a very fast Mandelbrot set with zoom facility. The Fast Basic/Assembler code to both programs is included.
BU50 SPACE INVADERS
SPACE INVADERS by Robert Leong. Needs no introductions. Choice of classic or modern aliens. Three levels of difficulty. DETONATOR by Ian Blair. A memory game testing your visual and musical skills. A Q*BERT clone is also included on the disk.
BU49 ZYKLOP, KAHN, MEGAMIX
by Markus Kronenberg. Three games from Germany on one disk. KAHN is a great Sokoban clone where containers have to be pushed on an equal number of plates. Complete with editor. MEGAMIX is a two player memory game where 20 pairs of icons have to be matched. ZYKLOP is a diamond collecting game where skulls and walls really ought to be avoided.
by Jeffrey Heywood. An astonishing crossword puzzle generator with a built in dictionary. Enter the grid-size and pattern you desire and watch the program create a faultless crossword puzzle before your eyes. Works in hi-res mono and medium res colour.
by Dave Manning. A comprehensive cave adventure with 24 levels of varying complexity. Find the keys, avoid the eyes and keep clear of those walls. A very professional sprite and maze editor is also included.
by T.C.Basset. A 'Talespin' fantasy adventure for two or more players. To challenge the Overlord's dominance, Timelords have to construct a mystic pyramid to focus their energies. But the Overlord sends his evil minion, the Insectoid, to hunt them down. Can you warp to the top and become the new Overlord?
BU45 MISSION DEADZONE
by Philip Bishop. A multi-screen epic where your hovership has to explore lunar caves in order to rescue scientists. If, as a result of ground fire, your craft runs low on fuel, energizing platforms have to be located fast. Shapeshifters music.
by Chris Skellern. Deep in a cavern, a huge egg fabricated by the devil him- self is beginning to hatch. Destroy it and its guardians before mankind is doomed. Blast away as fast as you can. It's the only way to survive. Parallax scrolling. Shapeshifters music.
BU43 THE VILLAGE
by Dave Blower. As a skilled computer analyst you are employed on a top secret project in a highly protected village. Nearing the end of your contract you notice the disappearance of some of your colleagues. Has a termination program started? You must get away from the village - at once! An adventure from the author of 'Death Camp'.
BU42 BOUNTY HUNTER
by Paul Dowers. Another unusual multi-facet program from the author of 'Sea Fisherman'. The action is set in the far west. Hunting down the desparadoes is your trade. To achieve your objective you have to manage your supplies, energy, and ammunition. The law is a very blurred concept in the wild west. Sometimes you have to bend it a little yourself...
by Chris Jeffery. Fly your aircraft over the alien death star. But beware for it's defences are powerful. The enemy star fleet launches endless waves to intercept you. Fast action and great playability. Digitized sound.
BU40 DIZZY LIZZY
by The Happening Boiz. A really fine 'Boulderdash' variation. Packed with all the ingredients that make this type of game so addictive. Each level solved gives you the password to the next one. Collect the diamonds and avoid rocks, bombs and Wayne who is on the loose!
by Robin Edwards. Your spacecraft has run out of fuel and is on the point of crashing. Your only hope is to shoot the many waves of alien ships to gain more. When a complete wave is hit, the last one drops a fuel capsule, which, when collected, boosts your fuel supply. Avoid contact with enemy ship, your shield drains the fuel supply very quickly. Fine parallax scrolling.
BU38 CROSSWORD PUZZLES
by Jim Holmwood. Electronic crosswords on your keyboard! A superb program working in medium res colour, or glorious high res mono, with a vast collection of easy to medium difficulty crosswords. More to be released later.
BU37 MR. DIG
by Robin Edwards. Guide Mr. Dig through the existing tunnels and dig new ones to collect the cherries . Avoid the baddies and crush them under apples. Collect crystals for bonus points. Use smart bombs when the going gets tough. Another superb classic. Also on this disk, from the same author, is TANK BATTLE a two player game where two tanks fire shells at each other, sometimes bouncing them off the walls. a re-make of the VCS classic.
BU36 DOGFIGHT & LIGHT CYCLES
by Philip Bishop. Play either against the computer or another player. Either way you will have to perform aerial manoeuvres to outwit and outgun the other aircraft. Fire from land-based trucks and barrage balloons doesn't make your task any easier. Also on this disk, by the same author, is LIGHT CYCLES a pixel accurate game where the other player (or computer) has to be trapped in his own light beam.
BU35 HOSTILE RECEPTION
by The Happening Boiz. A 'Xenon' type shoot 'em up with 13 screens and a tierons bargain basement where credits can purchase equipment. Crab type aliens and endless nasties - how can you extricate yourself from this nightmare? Excellent graphics. Music by the Shapeshifters.
BU33 CRYSTAL CAVERNS
by Robin Edwards. The aim of the game is to explore 120 caves (!) and find three crystals. Most of the screens are populated with evil creatures and ghosts whose aim is to stop you. There are many special locations and spells to aid you in your quest. Making a map is strongly recommended. Spells should be tested before leaving the altars. Brilliant sprites. Smooth animation. Also on this disk, by the same author, is HAPPY PUZZLER, a light-hearted approach to the puzzling world of glamour and eternal seduction.
BU32 RUNAWAY, ROTATUS
by Chris Skellern. Guide a drone ship through the tunnels of the moon. The ship is out of control and cannot slow down! There is fuel on board, but fric tion against the tunnel walls depletes your shields. The pace is frantic. The journey is tortuous and unforgiving. Also on this disk is ROTATUS by Tony Loton. A rotating experience in outer space. On the edge of the galaxy your ship attempts to land on the nearest planet. Asterroids and boulders continually cross your path. Space marauders also gyrate on a collision course. Avoid them or shoot them!
by Simon Brown. Your task is to control a cunning demon in his bid to return to his cosy fire in hell. Your progress through a maze of tunnels is hazardous as boulders, skulls and unhatched eggs are ever present. A fine variation on the 'Boulderdash' theme.
BU30 A QUEST FOR GALAXIA
by Gary Wheaton and the Shapeshifters. Part two of Budgie's tribute to the all-time classics. Rediscover the thrill and excitement of an immortal game. 10 levels of galactic chaos. High scores saved to disk. This is without a doubt the jewel in the Budgie crown. The Shapeshifters at their best.
BU29 DEATH CAMP
by Dave Blower. A text-based adventure with ample illustrations to convey the true atmosphere. The Japanese P.O.W. camp is your nightmare. Your objective - to escape!
BU28 SUB HUNT, SEA FISHERMAN
by Oliver Bros. A two player game set in some of the globe's hot spots: tropics, arctic and Persian Gulf. Busy shipping lanes are under threat. Protect Allied vessels and destroy enemy cargo. Helicopter v. submarine. Also on this disk, by the same author, SEA FISHERMAN. A fishing simulator. Prepare for exciting action, but do take a book with you just in case..
by Philip Rankin. A space combat against forces attacking from the East. Extra armament can be gained during the engagements. Dare and survive.
BU26 CARRIER ATTACK
by Keith Bearman. Rediscover the drama and excitement of 'Battleships'. Ten levels of computer intelligence. On levels nine and ten, you merely have to destroy the computers two carriers to win the game. But then the computer has three shots against your one! Naval strategy of the highest level.
BU25 SCARY (NOT TOS 1.62)
by Eddie Bryan. The haunted mansion to which your girlfriend has been abducted is a den of evil and the unnatural. Many rooms need to searched for your task is complete. The hero in this game is a bat. There is a scene where the bat encounters a dodo which has to be killed and cooked... weird thing indeed.
BU24 SLIPPERY SID
by Neil Scrimgeour. Sid is a very special snake. Imprisoned in a set of mazes, Sid has to munch his way through large quantities of pills. As he munches he grows longer, shedding the old tail just to confuse you. Nine mazes. Cheat mode and other options. (Source code also included.)
BU23 SPACE BLOB
by Robin Edwards. An immensely enjoyable platform game. Fifteen levels and three bonus screens. Collect the crystals and avoid the baddies. Try not to land on rugged terrain: Space Blob likes his landings soft and gentle. Music with all levels. Very addictive. Also on this disk is HAPPY, the anti virus smiling face and other goodies.
by Gary Wheaton and the Shapeshifters. An electronic slot machine with up and down nudges, holds, shoot-outs and a delightful page three bonus. Excellent music, superlative graphics. Only the Shapeshifters could have bought you this awesome arcade bonanza! Also on this disk is the SPARTAN demo.
by Ian Grainger. At last a totally original concept! Each scene holds a cosmic detonator, strategically situated and thoroughly guarded. First marauding aliens have to be eliminated using your rotating laser gun. Angles are critical if the laser is not to rebound on you. Eventually, the detonator is exposed and has to be hit. Eleven levels of bounces, trajectories and deflections.
BU20 OPERATION ANGELICA
by Camy Maertens. Part one of the South Atlantic Conflict. Vertical scroller combining arcade and strategy. Your mission is to rescue British troops stranded on Buff Cove. The island has been mined. Time is critical and enemy aircraft are bombing you relentlessly. Nine action packed levels.
by Gary Wheaton. A pixel feast if ever there was one! Two blindingly fast games on one disk, plus several demos, all compacted to give you hours of arcade entertainment. Tri-Heli and Cosmos are superb examples of 8-bit classics now at last gracing the Atari ST.
by Alex Dewdney. Confined to the deepest dungeon of the underworld, you must progress from chamber to chamber until you escape. Finding the obligatory keys, candles and artefacts is far from an easy task as evil creatures lurk in every corner: your plight is daunting! This is a challenging platform game with remarkable animated graphics and lasting appeal.
BU17 MAKE A BREAK
by Martyn Brown. A truly exciting and colourful trivia quiz with very strong snooker connections! The questions have different degrees of difficulty depending on the ball you decide to pot. Subjects covered are arts, the world, books, sports, science, the past, music, etc. Can you clear the table? The game is one of the best of the genre.
BU16 WORD PUZZLE GENERATOR
by Keith Bearman. Medium res and hi-res monochrome. You can play the puzzles on your monitor or print them onto paper. Cheat (answer) grids are also generated. Puzzles, cheat sheets and word lists can be saved to disk for later use. Full on-line help. Because of its expandability, this program will keep you busy for a very long time. Jeremy Hughes fantastic Font accessory accompanies this program. A one meg version, with extra puzzle files is available.
BU15 PERILS OF PENFOLD
by Philip Bishop. A superb graphic adventure with caves to explore, potions and spells to gather, ghosts and flying knives to avoid and puzzles to solve. Also included on this disk, by the same author, is LINE OF FOUR a fiendish 'Connect4' game that will give you hours of pleasure ... or frustration!
by Mark Annetts. A multi-level platform pursuit. The aim is to collect the gold whilst avoiding your pursuer. Joystick controlled. The puzzles are the main attraction of this game, it's the thinking man's version of 'Loderunner'. Also on this disk is ZERPHOD by Ian Grainger. A 3D maze challenge. Find the modules but avoid the beasties (one of them is an .. elephant! Nasty). The search must be completed before time runs out.
by Gary Wheaton. A space combat game for two players. Poised at the edge of the universe, the two giant ships are set for battle. Mouse v. joystick. Several convoys of aliens fly through space, wave after wave. Your mission is to intercept them. Your opponent has the same ambition and his spaceship has to be destroyed. The ensuing battle is a delight for all arcade fanatics. Another classic!
BU12 ACE INVADERS
by Gary Wheaton. The DEFINITIVE space invader! Everything the all-time classics, or should be, is in this game; speed, sound, drama, excitement. All true collectors and connoisseurs will treasure this disk.
by Marvey Mills. A very smooth vertical scrolling space shoot out. First, a meteorite field has to be negotiated, then other weird space objects are on collision course with your capsule. It's a matter of destroy or be destroyed. All in 68000 code.
by Jim Holmwood. The slot machine is alive! This accolade winning classic incorporates all the usual features: nudges, gambles, holds and more. The scrolling is smooth and the game is mouse-controlled. Written entirely in 68000 code with digitized sound and hi-score tables. State of the Art gambling.
by Simon Rush. A mineral exploring game. The objective is to survey, test drill and eventually exploit various sites to extract valuable minerals. Mines have different levels of profitability. Other factors, such as world prices, currency fluctuations and production costs all have an effect on the frofitability of the venture.
by Camy Maertens. Here we have a true to life simulation based on real futures markets. Keep your cool as the index creates the drama. This game is for up to three players. You start with 5000 points and have to correctly forecast the direction of the market. Trends develop, reversals occur and sudden panics can cause havoc with the soundest strategies. Everything that could conceivably happen in real trading is reproduced in this simulation. The Index 'point and figure' chart unfolds before your eyes and reveals your profits or ... losses. An open position carrying an excessive loss is automatically stopped. Closing balances are saved to disk.
BU7 BALL ZONE
by Ian Grainger. An incredible Arkanoid type game ... only better. Needless to say, this game is mouse controlled and has many levels. But the main attractions are the time counter which dramatically increases the tension and, also, the re-assuring presence of base line tiles which will rescue you in desperate situations. The score is based on the number of tiles and parasites destroyed and on the time left at the end of each level.
BU6 DR. BORIS
by Alex Dewdney. A TNT maniac is on the loose, lighting explosive devices in a maze of increasingly dangerous alleys. You have 10 seconds to defuse the bombs before the inevitable blast. There are many obstructions in your path, including walls and ... skulls. Also on this disk, by the same author, is PUZZLER, a diabolical brain teaser. If you thought the Rubik Cube was tough wait until the Puzzler reduces you to a nervous wreck!
BU5 PRO DARTS
by Martyn Carr. This is a mouse controlled simulation, 501 down. All darts addicts will love this game and the somewhat hesitant pointer (too much beer perhaps?). Speech commentary adds to the realism. Written in Fast Basic. Also on this disk, by the same author, is FOUR IN A ROW, a connect game of seven columns.
by Jim Holmwood. This is an immaculate implementation of the board game 'Reversi'. It is entirely mouse controlled and plays a mean game. You may find it difficult to beat the computer but it will maintain it's appeal. There are two versions on this disk, colour and mono.
BU3 BLITZ III
by Camy Maertens. This is a bombing raid with a different scenario: three air-craft fly in formation, all under joystick control. The aim of the game is to destroy the city before too much altitude is lost. With each bombing pass, the altitude drops inexorably. On some versions a rewarding bonus screen appears after each successful mission. This is a classic revisited having first appeared on the VIC 20 in 1982. Budgie UK have added a new twist with multiple aircraft and variable height control.
BU2 FOOTBALL 88
The complete football manager game by Simon Rush. Entirely GEM based, easy to play and very addictive. Also has multi-user capability. If you're a budding soccer supremo then this game is undoubtedly for you.
Written entirely in machine code by Camy Maertens. Arcade action as you defend your 20 planets against the threat of the Damonoid's advancing fleet. . Time is running out and the action is fast and furious. Any enemy impact on your planets creates havoc, and a landing by the Damonoid itself will prove fatal!
PRO28 UTILS #1
A collection of utilities by Roy Burton. They are: HARDSRCH, searches chosen drives for a specific file name. TIMEDATE, sets system time. WORD CONV, filters non ascii codes from text files. STAMP-IT, file attribute stamper. BQ-TXT, docu-ment writer. POSTCARD, picture designer. SYSEX, Midi systems elxcusive saver/ transmitter. TRANSRAM, auto load files from boot disk to Ramdisk. UTILS1, Shell,GEM menu. BASSOON, database. VW-DEGAS, Degas picture viewer. 50-60HTZ, Toggles screen display. REVERSI, game. TEXTDISP, text displayer. FORMAT, floppy form- atter. B-BEHAVE, boot sector immunizer. TRACER, copier, formatter, tester, fast eraser and BPB reader. GUITAR, music util/tutor. WHICHTOS, internals analyser. SCART, diagrams for SCART leads. ATTRIBS, attribute reader/writer. GERMCONV, German/English translator.
PRO27 EARLY LEARNING MATHS 2
by Philip Rankin. A collection of 'learning' games for children.
PRO26 EARLY LEARNING MATHS
by Philip Rankin. A collection of 'learning' games for children.
PRO25 FIRST MATHS ETC.
A collection of games for young children from Australian programmers 'Under- soft'. They are '1st MATHS' a maths learning program for very young children, MATHS ACTION for children aged 6 to 14, SPIDER SPELL, like Hangman but non- violent.
Programming disk 1 by the Supervisors who are a group of coders based in Poland. This disk is mainly intended for assembly language programmers and serious enthusiasts. It contains very advanced routines demonstrating the capabilities of Atari graphics and music. A top quality 68000 assembler such as Devpac 2 is essential for this disk to be of value.
PRO23 VIDEO MASTER FONTS
Nineteen fonts in neo format, suitable for use with Video Master, or, through cut and paste, any other project. Another ten 8*8 fonts are also included in STOS format. Full printed instructions.
PRO22 PRO BINGO CALLER
This game follows all the rules of Bingo and can bring the game within reach of those who might not otherwise get the chance to enjoy it. A printer is required to produce the necessary bingo cards. The disk comes with a printed manual.
PRO21 CLASSROOM MATHS 2
by Paul Dowers. A collection of four games to assist children with maths learning. They are 'Go Fishing', 'Sea Rescue', 'Hedge Hogs' and 'Football'.
PRO20 VIDEO MASTER
by Neil Scrimgeour. Excellent titling system for home videos.
PRO19 SHAPESHIFTER MUSIC VOLUME 3
More music from the Shapeshifters.
PRO18 FUN TIME I & II
by The Happening Boiz. Another great educational offering aimed at children aged 3 to 6 years. This disk is crammed with delightful tuition on many subjects, shapes, keyboard, mouse, clock, pictures, money, seasons and more. With graphics by Eddie Bryan, and fine animations.
by Philip Bishop. This is an art package for young users (aged 3 to 10). Being icon-driven, it is extremely easy to use and conducive to artistic creativity. All usual functions such as draw, line, fill, palette, disk, cycle, etc. are available. Ideal as an introduction to computer art.
by Neil Smith. A reference system aimed at the serious programmer containing full data on the ST internals. The information inside the database is displayed in pages within nested GEM windows. Particular subjects can be accessed by clicking on 'keywords'. This can be repeated until there are no more links to new areas. The database gives details of all Bios, Xbios and Gemdos calls, all AES, VDI and Line-A calls. The 68000, 68901, 6850 and YM2149 are covered, and there are a number of other sections.
PRO15 TLB SOURCE CODE
from the Lost Boys. MINDBOMB - Digi-Synth screen. Quartet music playing with a spectrum analyser, great 3D star field, and the inevitable scroller. Six tunes from function keys including Paninaro, In the Night and the Mindbomb theme.
PRO14 TLB SOURCE CODE
from the Lost Boys. MINDBOMB - Red Sector Screen. The 'Red Sector' 3D balls demo originally on the Amiga and improved on the ST by Manikin. Includes the famous helicopter routine. Full reflection in the lower border, with the MFP chip pushed to its limit. Great music to accompany.
PRO13 TLB SOURCE CODE
from the Lost Boys. MINDMOMB - Main Menu. Tim Moss (Manikin of the Lost Boys) has at last agreed to release this phenomenal piece of code: full hardware scrolling in ALL directions. What's more, it is all explained and thoroughly documented. Music, sprites, scroller and the irreverent monkey, all running at 50 frames a second!
PRO12 ASTROLOGY D./S
by Andy Osborne and Danielle Le Marais. If you are one of those people who think that the horoscopes in the daily papers are a load of cobblers, we'd probably agree with you, and suggest instead you look at this program. Using accurate scientific data, it can calculate the exact position of the sun, moon and planets for any minute of any day past, present or future. Comprehensive tutorials and exercises help you interpret this information and produce a horoscope far more accurate than any newspaper column.
PRO11 SHAPESHIFTER MUSIC VOLUME 2
More original tunes from Goth. Sixteen interrupt driven PRG's callable from Basic or assembler. More source code files to examine and assemble (Devpac 2 required). Finally, two new demos: Gooddemo and Goth-2, with another fourteen tunes.
PRO10 CLASSROOM MATHS
by Paul Dowers. An educational disk for students aged 7 to 12. Four different scenarios (classroom, lift-off, rescue and goal), plus a sum editor allowing new questions to be entered, edited and saved to disk. Music by Shapeshifters.
PRO9 TLB SOURCE CODE
The best way to conquer machine code language is by learning from the masters. And who better than the Lost Boys could possibly guide you through the wonderful world of demo writing. For the first time on one disk, the complete source code to the Megabang and Power demos. Devpac 2 is required.
PRO8 CASSETTE PRINTER
by Paul Dowers. If you possess a library of music cassettes, this is the tool to enable you to produce accurate labels. Comprehensive editing and art facilities. Together with IMAGE GRABBER, which is also on this disk, excellent quality labels will be generated and output to Epsom or other compatibles.
PRO7 MUZEXX MAKER
by Malcol Sparks. This music package is intended for the programmer wanting to write rhythms, music and sound fx for games. It outputs data to be loaded by a program and passed to an interrupt routine which controls the sound chip. Addressing the YM2149 sound chip is now a much easier task. Generous examples and source codes are included.
PRO6 SHAPESHIFTER MUSIC VOLUME 1
Twenty superb interrupt-driven tunes to be incorporated in your programs, many with full source code and note data provided. Also several outstanding Quartet tunes (requires Quartet.Prg). As a bonus, four exceptional musical demos are also on this disk, including the superb Never in my life, Claymore Demo and the Hm Quartet music.
PRO5 SPRITES PORTFOLIO
A collection of 500+ top quality sprites compiled by Eddie Bryan ready to be incorporated into your games. Various subjects, various sizes. All in Degas PI1 format.
PRO4 MOVING BYTES
A collection of screen routines and utilities for the programmer: formatter, boot loader, virus guardian, text scroller, raster interrupts, 50hz music, etc. All programs with full documentation and in most cases full source code. A de- light for the programmer or enthusiast.
PRO3 SPRITE MASTER
by Chris Skellern. A professional sprite editing package tailored to suit most programming. Sprite sizes can be user-defined and stacked together to create multi a multi-size output file. Complete with display routines and restore buffers if required. The disk contains the editor program, a short demo game, example sprites, and a Neo-Sprite Master conversion kit.
PRO2 PROGRAMMERS 68000 LIBRARY
This disk contains the entire collection of machine code routines developed and gathered by the Budgie crew over a period of three years. Thousands of man- hours were spent testing, debugging and documenting these routines. Subjects covered are sprites, scrolling, dual-screen display, sound, interrupts, bios calls, mouse and joystick handling, etc. The main emphasis is, of course, on writing games, but these routines may be used whenever speed is required. A collection of about seventy-five macros is included. A suitable assembler (Devpac 2) is required to run this program.
PRO1 ELECTRONIC BANK STATEMENT
by David G. Pullen. This is the sequel to 'Home accounts' with many new features added: macros, code classification of statement entries, palette setting, disk management, printer access, real time date and clock. Standing orders are thoroughly covered. Up to three statements may reside in memory at once, each with up to one hundred entries. This program is an ideal tool to manage your bank transactions. Full explanations in .doc and .txt files.
COM28 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from Budgie singles disks. They are Crush, Dizzy Lizzy 2 and Bert the Squirt.
COM27 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are BU59G-ORB, BU60 Guided Missile and BU78 Glob.
COM26 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU66 Missile Alert, BU62 Colony, BU63 Spaced Weller and BU62 Operation Wimp.
COM25 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU57 Football Genius and BU56 Superleague Soccer.
COM24 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU54 Autorama, BU50 Space Invaders and Detonator and BU49 Kahn.
COM23 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU46 Overlord, BU55 Chiropodist in Hell and BU49 Zyklop.
COM22 SINGLES COMPILATIONS
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU47 Perplexia, BU44 Exterminate and BU51 Space Duel.
COM21 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU68 Blackscar Mountain and Shards of Time.
COM20 SINGLES COMPILATION
A MONO compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU51 Space Duel, BU48 XWPuzzle and BU53 From Little acorns...
COM19 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU29 Death Camp and BU43 The Village.
COM18 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU40 Dizzy Lizzy and BU45 Mission Deadzone.
COM17 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU39 Onyx, BU35 Hostile Reception, BU38 Crosswords (colour) and BU49 Megamix.
COM16 SINGLES COMPILATION
A MONO compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU51 Space Duel, BU16 Word Puzzle Generator, BU4 Othello and BU38 Cross- words.
COM15 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU34 Safe as Houses, BU32 Rotatus, and BU36 Dogfight and Light Cycles.
COM14 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU33 Crystal Caverns and Happy Puzzler and BU37 Mr. Dig and tank Battle.
COM13 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU31 Inferno and BU32 Runaway and BU69 Tablit.
COM12 SINGLES COMPILATIONS
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU21 Impulse and BU25 Scary (not TOS 1.62).
COM11 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU26 Carrier Attack, BU28 Sub Hunt and Sea Fisherman.
COM10 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU20 Operation Angelica, BU27 Psicotic and BU30 Galaxia.
COM9 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU22 Bandit, BU24 Slippery Sid and BU23 Space Blob.
COM8 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU41 Exodus and BU42 Bounty Hunter
COM7 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU7 Ball Zone and BU10 Moneyspinner
COM6 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU1 Damonoid, BU8 Speculator and BU4 Othello.
COM5 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU6 Dr. Boris and Puzzler and BU5 Pro Darts and BU11 Maelstrom.
COM4 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU17 Make a Break, BU3 Blitz III and BU16 Word Puzzle Generaor.
COM3 SINGLES COMPLILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU2 Football 88 and BU18 Parabellum.
COM2 SINGLES COPILATIONS
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU12 Ace Invaders, BU13 Zenith, BU19 Tri-Heli and Cosmos.
COM1 SINGLES COMPILATION
A compilation of programs from our Budgie singles disks. On this disk are: BU15 Perils of Penfold and Line of Four, and BU14 Goldrush and Zerphod.