This is a page mostly of nostalgia. It contains code written by me, all in x86 assembly language, and most of which I wrote before going to college (the noteable exception is spcx, which while I started before college, I continued to work on for a few years). Most are eye-candy of one sort or another. Some are vaguely useful. They're provided here as a look back and an earlier time. You'll need nasm to actually assemble them. The email address[es] provided in a lot of these files [are] probably wrong.
- source - This is most of the source code for all these programs. Feel free to do with it what you want.
- back v4.x - This is a rather simple 2D shooter. Aside from a rather sad scrolling background and a simple sound file playing in the background, there's very little of note for this.
- back v4.x src - The source to the rather simple 2D shooter.
- back v3.20.24b - An older version of back. Very negligibly different.
- back v3.19.79b - And an even older version.
- gfx - Eye-candy. Of the sweet variety.
- misc - Miscellaneous programs. Few are worth mention.
- multi - Really simple mode 3 and mode 19 viewer.
- plasma - Several takes on the burning plasma effect.
- script - A rather simple file editor. Though it doesn't have that bad of a GUI.
- spcx - A PCX eye-candy program. This still can be rather pretty.
- sprite - A simple sprite editor, used to make the sprites for back.
- util - Various utilities, like memory viewers and programs to terminate whatever program you're in with a key press (well, most the time; and yea, for DOS).
I hope you enjoy a walk down your own memory lane.
Kuwanger.net - Sort of like stag beetles in tubes.