Here is the graveyard of NE programs. There are files from throughout this sites
history spewed about this area. I'm not going to go through the trouble of giving
each one a nice presentation like I do with the projects and normal files. Instead,
I've decided that the "directory viewing" method will be fine for this section.
C/C++ Files | Java Files |
ASCII RPG Source (Linux)
This was an RPG I was working on summer of 2005. I was making a Linux console version
of Hellbent. Well, sort of. This was going to be an improvement with completely
random game play. Each area you entered was genereated randomly. It was going all
well until I ported it over to Win32 console for the ASCII table and abandoned the
project. Here's the source files for the Linux version.
To compile: Switch to the extracted directory and type this at the command
prompt. (given you have g++). And then run the "rpg" file you just created.
g++ -o rpg -I/usr/include main.cpp Cenemy.cpp Cdraw.cpp Cplayer.cpp LConsole.cpp
If that does not work because of linking failures, try the following.
I just compiled as of 9/2017 with the following build string in the base directory:
g++ -o rpg *.cpp
Bar Chart v1.0 (Win32/DOS)
This program is just like the Java counterpart. It gets a user inputed amount of
bars, their values, and then displays them. It also gives the total of all the entered
bar chart values. IMO this one came out better than the Java one. Source, and Executable
Data Base v1.0 (Win32/DOS)
A DOS Data Base program that is more or less just a phone book. It takes the person's
first and last name and then takes their area code and phone number. After all the
information is entered it displays it in a neat, readible way. Unfortunatly due
to file saving and creating problems (aka my inexperience at the time I wrote this),
I was unable to include a way to save your data base.
Equal Fill v0.5 (Win32/DOS)
Well, this program takes the total value of a user entered amount and splits it
into 2 containers. Then graphs it out. It's pretty pointless but if you want to
check it out you can. Originally it was going to allow you to adjust the values
but my inexperience in the language at the time kept me from keeping it in this
NEC v2.0 (DOS)
NEC stands for Nukem Enterprises Calculator, and that's just what this program is.
It's a simple C++ created DOS calculator. In v2 I fixed the problem of only being
to add 2 numbers along with the quit error. I also added a much more user friendly
setup of the whole program.
Download | Download v1.0
NE Editor v126.96.36.199 (Win32/DOS)
This is a simple Dos based text editor. In this program you can create and view
".ne" files. ".ne" files are plain text files with the .ne extension, which was
more a less a bad idea at the time but I'm not about to go and change it years later.
In this version, paragraphs and suchs are a little annoying and as of now you can
only create and view files in the editors folder. Not to be confused with the newer
Linux NE File Editor in C++ files section
Simple Mad Lib Program (Win32/DOS)
This is my first C++ program, it's another Mad Lib program. (see Qbasic downloads).
It's a lot shorter and it's basically me just testing out the new programming environment.
It's about a paragraph in length. It's worth the short download. (in exe form)
Multiplication Education Program v3
This is a cool project I had to do for my Computer Science class in 2003. It was
fun to make and it's pretty cool to use. It asks you how many questions you want
to ask and then asks you that amount of multiplication questions (random of course).
After that you get a percentage display screen of the amount correct, wrong and
percent correct. Check it out if you want.
Java Bar Graph v1.0
This program is basically the same as the C++ counterpart. The C++ version is set
up neater and with more error detections. This version still works fine if you want
to download it. The JOptionPane's make the program look more user friendly though.
Nukem Enterprises Java Average Program ver 1.0
This program calculates the average of whatever amount of numbers you would like
to enter. If as if the rediculous long (and unoriginal) name didn't give it away.
It's the first official Java program I've created outside of school. It's not great
and it has cancel errors, worth a try though...
This is another one of Eriksen Inc's (Nukem Enterprises's) first files. It's a stupid
animation thing I made that was actually in the files section for a number of years.
It was in binary only though. I managed to find a copy of the source for your viewing
pleasure. (It's pretty crude output and the source is no better!).
This was a somewhat on going project of mine. I was motivated back when Retna released
his "Jared Subway adventure" and was determined to make a graphical side action
game. (Compared to all my ASCII text games of the past). The source file crashed
for me before the title screen when I ran it. It did a pre-graphics load and completed
that just fine though. If I remember correctly I did manage to get to the title
screen way back when on my old 486... Anyway, this project died because at the time
it was wayyyyyyy too far out of my league. (I had no idea what I was even typing.
This was the first Qbasic program I've ever really written. Well, atleast the first
that manifested into something. (Even if it is a whole lot of nothing. :P) I was
trying to make a skateboarding game, and obviously I didn't know really what I was
doing. This is the executable (the source is long gone) and it only has a title
screen and a menu. Everything past that was way beyond my capabilities at the time.
Good just for historic purposes.
Doomed Project (1998-1999)
Doomed v0.1 Source For all of you that don't know, Doomed was a very very
very early project of mine back when I first started programming. It was suppose
to be a spoof of the original Doom but with just ridiculous Qbasic graphics and
such. This is the earliest version of the game I have left. It's from the first
day I sat down and did anything with it. There's nothing but a title screen and
that's about it. Enjoy!
Doomed v0.2 Source This is the source to the second demo of Doomed. The game
was original a "Doom" clone (before the spoof idea) and that's the name I've given
it in this demo. The title screen is actually quite impressive on how close it is
to the actual Doom logo. The menus have some options to them, I think there's even
a secrets area built in. There's no actual game though in this demo. I hope you
Doomed v0.3 Source + Others This is the third and final demo release of Doomed
I ever did. I changed the name over to "Doomed" in this version and changed around
the colors a bit. The whole program has a nicer feel. There's also a random "hs.dat"
and "setup.dat" files that do absolutely nothing. There's also a useless setup.bas
that is a fake setup for the game. NOTE: The link brings you to the folder where
you can then download each file
Download | Another version
Doors 2000 Project (1999-2000)
Eriksen Inc OS/2 Source This is the early version of Doors 2000, back when
it was still called Eriksen Inc. OS/2. It's basically the same exact thing as the
demo used to be that was posted in the old files section. I decided to include the
source so you can see how horrible it was programmed. :P NOTE: The link brings you
to the folder where you can then download each file
Sublime Inc OS/2 Source This is the version from when I was going to have
JMB (Apocalypse at the time) help me program this. The name has changed from Eriksen
Inc. OS/2 to Sublime Inc. OS/2. This reflects the name change of the "company" I
was programming under. The source code is a little commented, which is good but
the over all "Sloppiness" is still there. :P
OS 911 (Doors 2000 rip-off) This is the Optimum Soft version of my Doors
"OS". He didn't actually do anything except completely take all credit for my work
in every way, shape, and form. I just posted this so everyone can see why it's not
always a good idea to trust people. I was young and stupid at the time and I regret
it now that I'm older. (I looked like a fool.) In anycase, don't run the setup files.
It attempts to change the clock time in your CMOS settings. It's using a Pheonix
bios program and will probably mess up peoples computers pretty bad if they run
it. Enjoy? NOTE: The link brings you to the folder where you can then download each
Doors 2000 Demo 3 Source This is a slightly different version than the one
released. I was teamed up with "Optimum Soft" or whatever. He was helping me develope
the OS. Actually, he was more just ripped off all my programming and taking credit
for himself. His company's "Logo" is displayed in this version but was later taken
out in the final version because I noticed exactly what he was doing.
Eriksen Inc OS/2 Word Processor Source This is a Word Processing program
I was apparently writing for Eriksen Inc/OS (or Doors 2000). It doesn't work all
and you have to comment out almost every option before it will even display anything.
It's just a cool view of what could have been. (probably not.)
Doors 2000 Screen Savers This is the source code the the screen savers in
Doors 2000. They were created by Marcus Ortiz. He made the program and then modified
it specifically for the Doors project. It's quite impressive.
Ah, Lead Man. This was going to be the NE platform game of the year for me. Too
bad I had no idea how to program such a thing (and continued to have no idea until
Grimace 1-2 years later! =-o!) I lost the source when my old 486's hard drive crashed
but I found screen shots of it sitting on my GeoCities account. I posted them here
because the game was actually pretty decent looking for being a "1st year" NE program.
Let Me Guess Source
I'm assuming this was the same exact version of Guess that was in the files section
years ago. I found it on an old floppy disk in my room that's why I'm assuming it
may be a "lost file". Unfortunatly, it seems the source got corrupt about 1/2 way
though. If you remove that last line the program should still run.
I managed to get a copy of this open. It's the copy I added to the bottom of this
box. It's saved in Qb4.5 format. (I'm still not sure about the original though).
It's not a Doors program it's more or less an "About me" in program form. The input
isn't done correctly though and everything falls through. Not all that interesting...
Download | Download
another version (Qb4.5 Format)
Nov DOS Source
I started working on a command prompt based "OS", I should more accurately say "shell"
for DOS in qbasic shortly after the Doors project failed. This is a very basic command
prompt that doesn't actually do anything except run commands pre-programmed within
itself. (It doesn't actually see out onto your computer). I found 2 versions of
the source but I can't test either b/c they're both in Qbasic 7.1 format.
Download | Download an older
Terror Project (1999-2001?)
Terror Pre-Demo Source This is an extremely old version of Terror. Back when
I was undecided between "To be or Not to be" and "Fear the Unknown". (I gave it
to a vote which it should be). In this version I didn't even start the actual game.
It's just the menus and such. It also has an extremely old ASCII "stats" screen
hidden in it. Quite strange....
Terror Demo Source This is the source code of the original demo that was/is
released in the files section of the website. I believe I only included the compiled
version of the program (which runs a lot faster). If anyone cares to see what's
going on behind the scenes in that ancient demo, here ya go!
Terror Post-Demo (Pre-new) Source This is the version of Terror after the
demo was released. I actually programmed in another hallway and another room. (bedroom.)
The bedroom had a closet with a secret staircase that would bring you up to the
second floor. (This is where I stopped.) I managed to find a version of the game
with these areas still intact. This is the furthest the old version of terror ever
got. There's also a new "Secret Mode" option in the main menu that does nothing.
Terror Room Drawing (New Version) Source This is all that's left of the new
version of Terror. The rest of it is still stuck in a bad sector on the floppy disk
where I extracted this from. I used 2 files when I was programming that game. I
had this file so I could draw rooms right away without having to travel through
the whole game to see where my lines were being drawn. After I drew it here I would
copy it over into the actual game. This was the last room I was working on. (Upstairs
hallway door after the stairs collapsed. [about 1/2 through the game]).
Time Waster Source
Yet another very early Eriksen Inc (Nukem Enterprises) program. This one slowly
counts up to two minutes and then displays a very obnoxious message at the end.
The only difference from this file and the one rotting on the old website is that
the message is signed "NukemNOW" instead of "Eriksen Inc.". Other than that it's
the same garbage.
Variables Tutorial Source
This is a VERY old tutorial I wrote way back in 1999. It's extremely BASIC (pun
intended). I wrote this back before I even knew what I was talking about. You can
probably tell this just by actually reading this hunk of garbage. Anyway, here it
is in all it's glory after 7 years. (Or more depending on how much time has passed!)
Wry Project (1999-2000)
Wry v0.2 (Early Beta) This is a pre-beta-alpha-mega-gamma release of Wry
1 that I found rotting on my computer. It's completely untouched. (As you can see
by the "date modified" of 2/15/1999) and a snapshot of the program at that point
in developement. It is still going by the old title of "Lost".
Wry v0.311 (Late Beta) This is probably one of the more interesting Wry 1
(Lost) source codes. It's version 0.311. This one has all the regular 3 episodes
(Unfinished) and as the reward for winning you get a preview of the "Lost 2 Demo".
There's nothing past the menu in the demo but it was a cool idea. Just to give you
a heads up it's saved in Qb4.5 format.
Wry v0.412 (Late Pre-Release) This is the version of Wry JUST before it was
released. I mean like maybe a 1/2 an hour to an hour. I remember programming it
at my kitchen table. This was basically my "beta testing" version before I spit
out the final release. This stage of development was extremely rushed so I'm sure
there's not many (if any) changes from the final version of Wry except the version
number on the title screen. Don't quote me on that though.
This is the source code to my first released program, "Zelda". It's the same as
the compiled version in the files section, this is just the source of that. Enjoy!