FKJunk

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Monster combat in Battle Royale II.

FKJunk is a DOS 3.3 Eamon utility disk created by adventure author and Eamon Deluxe developer Frank Black. Black moved his work to ProDOS in the 1990, leaving the earlier DOS-based versions of his utilities on his FKJunk disk which he made available for download through the Eamon Adventurer's Guild Online website.

Contents

EAG webmaster Matthew Clark describes the disk as containing "the remains of [Black's] DOS 3.3 utilities, along with some other mixed nuts..." Other than copies of the Dungeon Edit programs (versions 6 and 7.1), the most complete and sophisticated utilities on the disk include Battle Royale II, an enhanced version of the earlier monster battle program by John Nelson, and Black's programs for spell-checking and proofreading description files.

Filename Type Notes
BOOT PROGRAM BAS BRUNs DT#3
DT#3 BIN Double-Take by Mark Simonsen
EDIT6 BAS Dungeon Edit 6
EDIT7 BAS Dungeon Edit 7.1
ARRANGE COMMANDS BAS Black's description: "This program will allow fast insert/delete features to quickly create special command sets."
DUNGEON.INIT.8 BAS
BATTLE ROYALE II BAS Battle Royale II, Revision 2/25/94.
BATTLE ROYALE II UTILS BAS Lists monsters on a disk and can transfer them to MONSTER.MASTER for use in Battle Royale II. Includes checks for duplicates.
MONSTER.MASTER TXT Monster and weapon data for use in Battle Royale II
DOS.FS BAS DOS 3.3 equivalent of FAST.START
EAMON.NAME TXT (Empty)
STRING SEARCH BIN
ARRAY SEARCH BIN
SOUND/INPUT BIN
EAMON UTILS.S BIN
UTILS.H.G.S BIN
STRING SEARCH.S BIN
ARRAY SEARCH.S BIN
SOUND/INPUT.S BIN Source code files for assembly language programs.
SPELLS BAS Experimental routines for some new magic spells with sounds and effects: Magic Missile, Heal, Light, Curse, Blink, etc. (You must BRUN SOUND/INPUT before you RUN this program.)
EAMON.RND.TO.SEQ BAS Black's description: "This is a program that I use to check the spelling in my EAMON.DESC files. The # of everything is stored at the beginning of the room file. This was created so I could use Sensible Speller to check for errors (Sensible makes mincemeat out of random-access files)."
RND TO SEQ 7 BAS
PRINT DESC 7 BAS Black's description: "Sends all of the EAMON.DESC file to a printer for easy proof-reading." For use with version 7 adventures.
DATABASE CREATE BAS "Eamon Database Create 7", dated 9/94.
SOURCE CONV BAS

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