By sparcie

Here are downloads that I’m offering, eventually I’ll mirror them somewhere else but they are located on my old Celeron 2.4Ghz at home, I used to run the server on my old Sparcstation 20 but have since migrated it to other duties.

Since I’ve occasionally had issues with my internet connection I also have all the files contained in the sections below available from a shared google drive folder. You can find the folder here, it is updated daily typically (by script) depending on the status of my internet connection.

Basic : Various GW-Basic programs I’ve created.

Pascal : Pascal code mostly from when I was first learning the language

Bob’s Fury: My own homebrew platform game that supports MS-DOS machines.

Software Archive: A collection of harder to find software from cover disks.

AlgTest : The java code I used for performance comparisons of iterative vs recursive functions.

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