So after absolutely ages, I finally got down from the attic a bog box of my old floppies. I'm struggling a bit with a USB floppy drive on Windows at the moment, but I've actually ordered a replacement floppy for my real 1040ST (also in the attic!) which, I am hoping, will enable me to read the extended format floppies I have and convert them to disk images.
Attached is a little collection of very simple routines which do some demo-y things. Most, if not all, come with full source.
distortion.ST - a mouse-driven interactive dist routine
routines1.ST - a bunch of little routines for scrolling, bitplan FX and bouncing etc.
sonixx.ST - a quartet sound demo I wrote (a friend of mine did the logo)
silentmain.ST - the main menu for a demo I started but never finished, inspired by an article in ST News that told you how to remove the bottom border.
I was never a hardcore demo writer - don't expect anything very flashy, but it's all my own work from back in the day. I was a lone youngster working in isolation in his bedroom in between doing other things, but hopefully the fact that this is a previously unseen selection of routines, and the fact that they've been archived in a box in a roof for the last 20 years will be of some interest to someone
I have also retrieved the disks for my Linux-like project from 1990-1992, which has a fairly full featured UNIX-like environment for the ST on it which I wrote while doing my degree, but at present the image is a little too unstable to post here. As soon as I get my new drive I'll get it done properly and added to the public domain.
These image files are in .ST format as that's the only format I could get using my USB floppy drive and the 'ST Recover' program on Windows 8. They work great in STeem SSE. I recommend setting the Atari model to the original 520ST, using TOS 1.02.
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