3308 Rucker Avenue
Paducah, KY 42001
$16.50, 8K disk
Print maps on your Epson-compatible printer with Mapper. This BASIC program contains pre-drawn maps showing all major parts of the world, along with a world reference guide listing capitals, population, languages and more. Maps can be printed in several sizes and in inverse. The standard version of Mapper uses DOS 2.5, but SpartaDOS and Turbo-BASIC versions are available.
SLEUTH & CSS DISASSEMBLER
Creative Software Systems
8715 Valley View #3
Berrien Springs, MI 49103
From Creative Software Systems, the Sleuth ($15.95, 48K) disk utility package features a sector editor, file copier and two sector copiers. The package supports most DOS functions including directory (sorted and/or printed), lock, unlock, rename, delete and format. Other functions include verify, for repairing damaged files, close and undelete. Fully menu-driven and easy to use, the utilities work with single or enhanced density.
The self-documenting CSS Distassembler ($5.95, 48K disk) will disassemble from memory, disk file or a specified sector. You can insert comments on key memory locations, and send the disassembled listing to printer or disk file. Versions for both the 400/800 and XL/XE are included, and work with either single or enhanced density. Two page-preview programs give you either a high resolution, full-page preview, or an 80-column preview.
11323 Blythe Street
Sun Valley, CA 91352
$49 (four disks), 48K, color monitor, 2 disk drives recommended
No drawing is required to create art on your 8-bit with Changing Patterns, from Los Angeles artist John Stewart. Use keyboard or joystick control to enter a set of parameters, then sit back and watch as the computer generates art. The generated art can be saved to disk or printed out - as either image or formula. The resulting images can be abstract, surreal, medieval, geometric, ornamental, woven, beaded, or in art nouveau style. Limited only by your imagination, Changing Patterns can create millions of images or decorative designs for use in crafts.
VIDEO LIGHT GUN
2021 The Alameda, Suite 290
San Jose, CA 95126
Play the latest light gun cartridge games on your 8-bit Atari with the Video Light Gun firom Best Electronics. This gun features an adjustable gun sight and a nine-foot cord. Fully compatible with all current Atari light gun software, the gun works with television sets or composite color monitors.
MAP DISKS 3 & 4
c/o Don Loeffler
18 Wendy Drive
Farmingville, NY 11738
$16 for both disks, 48K
Map Disks 3 & 4 are now available from the National Educational Report Drawing Services (N.E.R.D.S.).
Designed for use with Broderbund's Print Shop program, these disks provide over 230 pictures of Russia, China, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Particularly useful for school reports, these disks are available In multiple-copy Lab Packs for school use (send SASE for details).
Other disks still available from N.E.R.D.S. include Maps 1 & 2 ($15 for both), Biology Disks I & 2 ($15 for both) and the Periodic Table ($9). These disks are available in Quick Pix conversions for use with AtariWriter or PaperClip. (Quick Pix conversions are not available for Map Disks 3 & 4.)