Mountain Panic for the BBC Micro
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HPandSan.asm
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README.md
collision.asm
drawing.asm
dyntext.asm
enemy.asm
gems.asm
gfxscript
hardware.asm
intro.asm
inventory.asm
items.asm
keys.asm
leveldata.asm
memory.asm
panels.asm
panic.asm
player.asm
rope.asm
screen.asm
shoggoth.asm
snowflakes.asm
sound.asm
soundtest.asm
sprites.asm
text.asm
tiles.asm
title.asm
unpack.asm

README.md

Mountain Panic

In 2013 I finally completed a small game I had been working on for the BBC Micro. It was very much a labour of love but with time at such a premium it became a real struggle to finish.

The code isn't particularly neat and certainly isn't an example of how to write 6502! However, it is (as far as I know) bug free and did get released on a physical disk in a nice box with cover art.

A few years have passed and I thought it would be a good idea to preserve the source code for the game. So after a bit of tidying up of the build system, here it is!

Tools required

To build the game you'll need these tools, all of which just require a C/C++ compiler and should compile for any OS:

Building

Edit the makefile to point at the tools detailed above and running make should build panic.ssd which can then be loaded into a BBC Micro emulator.

Thanks

Many thanks to Roger Coe and Chris Hogg for the artwork.

Also Dave Moore and Pete Edwards for their tireless enthusiasm.