The menu screen.....
This was the original title screen back when I wrote the game and before I sold it to Nibble.
These were some of my notes on the game while writing it...
What you see when the disk boots up.
This is the table of contents in the issue
The bit-mapped shape file and the little program that creates the high scores file. Another Applied Engineering ad.....they filled magazines back then.
The CC.OBJ was the machine code - just in case you would rather type that instead of typing the Assembly Code and assembling it with something like Merlin, Orca/M, SE-Assembler, Lisa, etc.
This listing was fully commented but they chopped them off so they could condense the listing to fewer pages. It was pretty long for a magazine game.
At the end of the page is the start of the 6502 Assembly Language listing...
The start of the BASIC part of the game
The article isn't very long but the game listing is! See if you can stay awake looking at them all...
Here's the start of the article (which I wrote). You can see my address at the bottom and the house still exists. I really liked it there.
The start of the listing with the new comment field
The start of level 1. Play this thing through several levels and it gets pretty insane but is still really fun!
The updated menu screen for City Centurian.