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Todd & Darrell Neumiller
(Darrell Neumiller - firstname.lastname@example.org)
DeepSpace is a Shell/CLI multi-player, multi-node BBS, space roll
playing game. Real time fighting, chat and etc. You can have up to
20 players playing the game at the same time. Only 10 players are
allowed to play a game in the unregisted version, and up to 100
users after DeepSpace has been registered. If your BBS can't run
a Shell/CLI door, we have a Paragon door version too. You can also
play DeepSpace locally from a SHELL while other players are playing
the game at the same time.
- Documentation is in Amigaguide format.
- Easy to use installation program.
- On-line Editor for players, aliens and planets.
- Up to 50 definable names for Alien races can be used in a game.
We haven't finished everything we originally set out to accomplish
with DeepSpace. Here is a few of our version 2 enhancement ideas.
- If you go through the BlackHole when it's un-stable (and make it
through) you will see the planet 'Praxis'. The players will be
able beam to/from the planet. Hostile Mutants, Aliens and on-line
players could be on the planet. Different objects could be obtained
there, Weapons, Crystals, and Better Scanners? ect.. An example
that's being considered: A weapon that can be left at the DeepSpace
port, which could be programmed, via DNA scan, to detonate when a
certain Explorer arrives at the port.
- Gambling at the DeepSpace port. Possibly against other on-line
players as well.
- The Shap Shifter could be anywhere! Could be selling illegal
items from planet Praxis? Could end up in jail with no way out,
or will there be a way out?
DeepSpace is shareware. It is freely distributable, as long as
you distribute all files. Feel free to include it in any public
domain collections (i.e. fish disks).
Workbench 2.0 or higher. You install DeepSpace with its own
May 10, 1994.
Any Aminet server...
i.e. wuarchive.wustl.edu (22.214.171.124)
DeepSpaceV1_2.lha (SHELL/CLI Version)
DeepSpacePV1_2.lha (PARAGON Version)
Shareware fee of $20 US.