I have a disk of programs, copied over from the original Me And My Micro tape by Acornsoft. All are simple games designed to help beginners explore and understand BASIC programming. I no longer have all the documentation that went with the original package but there is a game called PAIRS, a simple matching game for youngsters. My four year old son David very much enjoys playing it. However, he has a little trouble with the numbers. Thus:
The numbered squares appear on screen as above. As I often run this program through the BBC Emulator on my A3010, I would like to display the numbers as below, to match my A3010 number keypad.
Can anyone who has this game and understands its code, tell me what lines to alter or add and exactly what to type? Or if I sent a copy, could someone do it for me? At the moment, due to various problems, I only have ADFS or tape.
Another problem. I use Stop Press 64 quite a bit and consequently have a reasonable collection of AMX clipart on 3.5" ADFS disks. I would like, if possible, to convert these to "Draw" or "Paint" files, so that I can use them with Acorn Advance WP on the A3010. Any Archimedes experts out there?
John Crane, EUG #25