• Stickman Door

    From dragon@VERT/IPTIA to DOVE-Net.Advertisements on Sat Dec 9 11:31:35 2023
    Back in the early 90s, my buddy Bill Reamy wrote his first and only door
    for my BBS. Like most of the code Bill ever wrote, it was awesome and different.

    Here was a platform shooter that used nothing but ANSI and stick
    figures. It didn't take the world by storm, but I and many others
    thought it was very cool.

    Sadly, Bill has recently passed away.

    For anyone interested, I've put up a webpage for Stickman as a memorial
    to my friend:

    https://www.ipingthereforeiam.com/bbs/stickman/

    Included are some screens as well as instructions for installing under Synchronet and 64-bit Windows using Dosbox-X.

    There's also info for those wishing to request a branded registered
    version.

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  • From Alonzo@VERT/UNMARKED to dragon on Thu Dec 14 07:26:11 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: dragon to DOVE-Net.Advertisements on Sat Dec 09 2023 11:31 am

    Back in the early 90s, my buddy Bill Reamy wrote his first and only door
    For anyone interested, I've put up a webpage for Stickman as a memorial
    to my friend:

    I'll take a look at this. I also ran a BBS back in the 90s - a Searchlight BBS. I loved that BBS program. Anyway, I had a friend who was going to write a program for me that was to be sort of one of those BBS hacking simulators, only our game would actually affect my BBS. For example, you could affect another user's time limit or number of files they could download or access level. I thought it would be a barrel of laughs. Unfortunately we never completed that game.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Alonzo on Fri Dec 15 09:31:15 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: Alonzo to dragon on Thu Dec 14 2023 07:26 am

    Re: Stickman Door
    By: dragon to DOVE-Net.Advertisements on Sat Dec 09 2023 11:31 am

    Back in the early 90s, my buddy Bill Reamy wrote his first and only door For anyone interested, I've put up a webpage for Stickman as a memorial to my friend:

    I'll take a look at this. I also ran a BBS back in the 90s - a Searchlight BBS. I loved that BBS program. Anyway, I had a friend who was going to write a program for me that was to be sort of one of those BBS hacking simulators, only our game would actually affect my BBS. For example, you could affect another user's time limit or number of files they could download or access level. I thought it would be a barrel of laughs. Unfortunately we never completed that game.

    i said this before but i knew a dude that ran a bbs where everyone was the sysop and each week it would get reset. it was controlled chaos.
    imagine this in the height of bbs popularity with lots of callers.

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  • From Hustler@VERT/DMINE to Alonzo on Sun Dec 17 07:42:50 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: Alonzo to dragon on Thu Dec 14 2023 07:26 am

    I'll take a look at this. I also ran a BBS back in the 90s - a Searchlight write a program for me that was to be sort of one of those BBS hacking simulators, only our game would actually affect my BBS. For example, you could affect another user's time limit or number of files they could download or access level. I thought it would be a barrel of laughs.

    Sounds like a great way to lose your entire user base.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Hustler on Sun Dec 17 08:30:41 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: Hustler to Alonzo on Sun Dec 17 2023 07:42 am

    Re: Stickman Door
    By: Alonzo to dragon on Thu Dec 14 2023 07:26 am

    I'll take a look at this. I also ran a BBS back in the 90s - a Searchlight write a program for me that was to be sort of one of those BBS hacking simulators, only our game would actually affect my BBS. For example, you could affect another user's time limit or number of files they could download or access level. I thought it would be a barrel of laughs.

    Sounds like a great way to lose your entire user base.

    i had a game i wrote that would disconnect people and do weird stuff.
    people seemed to like it.

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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANTIR to MRO on Sun Dec 17 13:22:00 2023
    MRO wrote to Hustler <=-

    I'll take a look at this. I also ran a BBS back in the 90s - a Searchlight write a program for me that was to be sort of one of those BBS hacking simulators, only our game would actually affect my BBS. For example, you could affect another user's time limit or number of files they could download or access level. I thought it would be a barrel of laughs.

    Sounds like a great way to lose your entire user base.

    i had a game i wrote that would disconnect people and do weird
    stuff.

    Really? What was the name of it? Where is it available to check out?

    people seemed to like it.

    Your imaginary friends?


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  • From Nopants@VERT/CITBBS to MRO on Sun Dec 17 14:50:00 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: MRO to Hustler on Sun Dec 17 2023 08:30 am

    i had a game i wrote that would disconnect people and do weird stuff.
    people seemed to like it.

    My friends would shock themselves with my dogs electric collar. People like weird stuff.


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  • From Phigan@VERT/TACOPRON to Nopants on Tue Dec 19 17:40:43 2023
    Re: Stickman Door
    By: Nopants to MRO on Sun Dec 17 2023 02:50 pm

    My friends would shock themselves with my dogs electric collar. People like weird stuff.

    Did they put it on video? My friends made a video ... and one of them let the other have the button while wearing the colar.

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  • From Blue White@VERT/CAPCITY2 to Phigan on Wed Dec 20 08:42:11 2023
    My friends would shock themselves with my dogs electric collar.
    People like weird stuff.

    Did they put it on video? My friends made a video ... and one of them
    let the other have the button while wearing the colar.

    Sounds like a potential plot of a Bevis and Butthead episode... Butthead convinces Bevis to put on the collar while he operates the button. ;)



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  • From BlaZ@VERT/PNLTYBOX to Blue White on Wed Dec 20 16:09:00 2023
    My friends would shock themselves with my dogs electric collar. People like weird stuff.

    Sounds like a potential plot of a Bevis and Butthead episode... Butthead convinces Bevis to put on the collar while he operates the button. ;)


    Time for a B&B reboot

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  • From Blue White@VERT/CAPCITY2 to BlaZ on Thu Dec 21 08:46:22 2023
    Sounds like a potential plot of a Bevis and Butthead episode...
    Butthead
    convinces Bevis to put on the collar while he operates the
    button. ;)


    Time for a B&B reboot

    There actually is one. It is on streaming, though (Paramount+), but the
    first season did eventually make it to cable not long before the second
    season was released. They are still funny, but not as funny as the
    classic 1990s version.



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