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This directory has programs related to fantasy campaign mapping.

  • builder.zip (1740 KB) [Nov 21 1996]

    The Fantasy World Builder(tm) is aimed to aid fantasy role-playing game masters in the design of a campaign QUICKLY. Requiring a 386 MS-DOS based PC with 585k conventional RAM, and 2meg of Expanded Memory (EMS), 256 color VGA, and a Microsoft Compatible mouse, the Fantasy World Builder requires little time to get a finished product. Using a graphical point-and-click interface with minimal keyboard use, the program will generate random maps for 2 types of dungeons (natural or cut), cities, and terrain. Whenever a city or dungeon is created, information on the new creation is stored on disk. When a world map is generated, you are given the option to include the previously generated file information in the generation of the world. This allows the computer to randomly place the cities and dungeons in the world. Copyright (c) 1996 Perry Horner

  • city216.zip (25 KB) [Jul 4 1996]

    City is a spreadsheet tool for country designers. It answers such questions as 'If Freedonia is this size how many cities will it have?' This spreadsheet makes use of formulae devised by Ed Stephan, spreadsheets using them by Burton Choiski and equations added by Juha Vesanto. Quite a few changes have been made but (hopefully) the original ideas are not too distorted. Comments, queries and corrections to: The spreadsheet in three formats: Works for Windows 3.0 (city.wks), Excel (city.xls, and Lotus 1-2-3 (city.wk1). The 1-2-3 version is monochrome but is included as just about any spreadsheet program should load it. Documentation and examples in file city216_doc.zip.

  • city216_doc.zip (33 KB) [Jun 27 1997]

    This is the guide to the spreadsheet in city216.zip in HTML format. Unzip all the files into the same folder. The internal links will work but I can't of course guarantee that the external ones are still valid. Comments, queries and corrections to:

  • cityspac.xls (14 KB) [Mar 13 1996]

    CitySpace is based in part on the doctoral thesis of Ed Stephan on polulations and area. The URL of this document is: http://www.wwu.edu/stephan/Book/contents.html This Excel-4.0 worksheet is an attempt to back-calculate the formulas in order to provide a tool for generating useful guides for city sizes.

  • empire.xls (18 KB) [Mar 13 1996]

    The Kingdom Calculator is an Excel-4.0 tool to generate a rough, "it feels about right" guestimate about the population of a region based on the amount of land area it occupies. Its basically based on work of Ed Stephan on populations and area. Very interesting reading. The URL of this document is: http://www.wwu.edu/stephan/Book/contents.html

  • enq3.zip (72 KB) [Jul 27 1995]

    The Atlantean Enquirer V.3 beta 2 -by banj0 obliVion The Enquirer has 2 parts.. 1) Enq Shell, This is a wee program that lets you load maps, create new maps and play around with the Terrain bitmaps. It also handles .dta file compacting. 2) The Enquirer itself. Can either be started from a Command line (this is so you can have an icon, that you click on to load a map) or is started from the Enq Shell PC utility.

  • enq_edit.zip (6 KB) [Jul 27 1995]

    EnqEdit, a flag mask making utility for The Atlantean Enquirer. Editing the graphics is a wee bit fiddly, but quite easy once you get the hang of it. Editing and creating new graphics for the Enquirer lets you - The User - customize this app to YOUR needs.

  • gal22.zip (2788 KB) [Jun 30 1997]

    Announcing Galactic version 2.2: PROGRAM NAME: "GALACTIC" [v2.2] {June 1997} GAME SYSTEM: Traveller/MegaTraveller AUTHOR: Jim Vassilakos () FUNCTION: Sector Viewer/Generator SIZE: 2,854,580 Bytes OPERATING SYSTEM: IBM (MS-DOS) (but windows will also run dos-applications) COMMENTS: Allows user to randomly generate sectors, displays the maps in VGA, translates the UWP code to English, and keeps campaign notes in text files which can be accessed directly from the map. The maps all mesh seemlessly. Includes lots of official and non-official sectors. Even includes some world mapping software. Note, you must use the "-d" option when unzipping: >>>>>>>> pkunzip -d gal22.zip <<<<<<<< Oh, and make sure you're using pkunzip 2.04g to do the unzipping. If you have trouble getting Galactic, unzipping it, or whatever, let me know. I'll be happy to postal you a set of floppies. For those who have been using version 2.1, here some of the new stuff: Charles Collin contributed several alien names files for world generation Dakin Burdick contributed the Magyar Sector Michel Boucher contributed the Beyond Sector & Vanguard Reaches (these two sectors originally developed by Paranoia Press) Lewis Roberts updated his TNE galaxy, revising the Old Expanses and adding Spica & Diaspora, also contributing a Classic version of the Spica Sector (Spica data for both eras created by Leroy Guatney) Andrew Vallance contributed his Greater Magellanic Cloud galaxy as well as the Ley Sector and Glimmerdrift Reaches (these two sectors were originally developed by Judges Guild) Here are the software upgrades: Nearly all of the UWP stats separated into user-modifiable UWP.DAT Added non-world objects to map (see Variant-1:Gythios/Idhra subsector) Added insertion/deletion feature on the subsector map (use Ins/Del) Added world mapping feature (use F4 from the subsector map) Added data-strainer for PBeM-GMs (use F5 from sector or subsector maps) And here are a few extras: Incorporated Traveller Copyright Archive v0.2 into help section Incorporated information on the Galactic Mailing List Included section2.exe (dgp-sector sectioner) in section2 directory That's all for now... let me know if you run into any snags... _ /| Jim Vassilakos \`o_O' ( ) http://www.cs.ucr.edu/jimv U San Bernardino, California

  • gal23.zip (3080 KB) [Dec 7 1997]

    Announcing Galactic version 2.3: PROGRAM NAME: "GALACTIC" [v2.3] {July 1997} GAME SYSTEM: Traveller/MegaTraveller AUTHOR: Jim Vassilakos () FUNCTION: Sector Viewer/Generator SIZE: 3,153,415 Bytes OPERATING SYSTEM: IBM (MS-DOS) (but windows will also run dos-applications) COMMENTS: Allows user to randomly generate sectors, displays the maps in VGA, translates the UWP code to English, and keeps campaign notes in text files which can be accessed directly from the map. The maps all mesh seemlessly. Includes lots of official and non-official sectors. Even includes world mapping and star system mapping software. Note, you must use the "-d" option when unzipping: >>>>>>>> pkunzip -d gal23.zip <<<<<<<< Oh, and make sure you're using pkunzip 2.04g to do the unzipping. If you have trouble getting Galactic, unzipping it, or whatever, let me know. I'll be happy to postal you a set of floppies. For those who have been using version 2.2, here's some of the new stuff: Jens Maskus contributed the Gateway Sector (originally by DGP) contributed the Dagudashaag Sector (borrowing world names from work by ) as well as the Core Sector (though this one is still largely in need of world names) Lewis Roberts contributed updates to his TNE galaxy Added automated jump route creation (F6) to subsector map Added star system map creation (F9) to subsector map Added dump-to-bitmap feature (F10) to various maps using SAVESCR v0.6 by Aaron Zabudsky Created galdata\galhooks.dat file to control the calling of various subprograms by Gal. You can modify this file to hook programs that you have written into Gal, adding entirely new features to the software. That's all for now... let me know if you run into any snags... _ /| Jim Vassilakos \`o_O' ( ) http://www.cs.ucr.edu/jimv U San Bernardino, California

  • geo-101.zip (142 KB) [Jul 27 1995]

    Geo generates fractal maps. It gradually evolved in an attempt to create random, yet realistic, regional maps for fantasy gaming. Version 1.01 is the latest version, and the first to be released publicly. Its primary features are the fractal generator, the ability to load and save map files, displaying the map as a simulated "globe", and various features for tweaking the map characteristics. Geo runs only on 80286 processors or better; it would be ridiculously slow on anything less. You also need around 450K of RAM and VGA capable of displaying 16 colors in 640x480. I use DOS 4.01 and haven't tried it on anything else. Source code is included. Copyright 1994 By Michael Harvey.

  • grid361.exe (--link--) [Jan 23 1996]

    GRID by Emanuele Sacchi is a program born to make life easier for all the people who use hexagon maps. With it, you can draw your hexes, create your maps, print them, 'walk' on the maps while the program rolls for random encounters, and much more. Included are some ready settings, but it's easy to create new ones from the scratch. Full Graphical User Interface (GUI), mouse and XMS (or EMS) required. Freeware. Self extracting archive. Emanuele Sacchi

  • hexmap45.zip (240 KB) [Aug 8 1995]

    Well, it's been a while since I stopped work on Hexmap, so I'm going to stop requiring people to register. Use the registration number "000014" and all features should be enabled. If you'd like to send me mail, my addresses have changed: email: snail: Paul Gyugyi 831 Henderson Ave Sunnyvale, CA 94086 I hope you enjoy HEXMAP (a MS Windows program for generating wargame-style hexagonal-grid maps). The last few versions of the code were optomized for color printing, and make heavy demands of memory and resources. If you have trouble running, try dropping back to a previous version, to be found in the "oldversions" directory.

  • mapcad.zip (122 KB) [Nov 18 1996]

    Game Map CAD, by Curtis Keisler, is a program that lets you create icons to be placed on hexagon map you create. The icons are created using the simple vector commands, move, draw and line. Once these icons are created they may be placed on a hex map with dimensions you choose. You may view the map in various scales. You may also pan across the map in any direction. Runs in MS-DOS.

  • mapper01.zip (311 KB) [Dec 7 1997]

    PROGRAM NAME: "MAPPER" [v0.1] {December 1997} AUTHOR: Jim Vassilakos () FUNCTION: World Mapper OPERATING SYSTEM: IBM (MS-DOS) SIZE: 318,730 bytes zipped COMMENTS: Create maps with hexagonal color-tiles so you can share your RPG campaign world with the rest of us on the Net. Requires VGA graphics or better. May attach campaign notes to the map via an easy-to-learn menuing system. Two unfinished sample worlds already included. Note, you must use "-d" option when unzipping: >>>>>>>> pkunzip -d mapper01.zip <<<<<<<< If you draw up any campaign maps using this program, please send me a copy so I can include them in the next version...

  • mgen.zip (180 KB) [Jan 14 1997]

    MGEN.ZIP contains Map Generator, a program for creating roleplaying maps. The maps are topographical, but have a 3d outlook. Additionally, there is an easy interface for adding map symbols, roads, text etc. The program is for MS-DOS and requires a VGA display and a mouse. This is the freely distributable shareware version of Map Generator. There is a 'full' version available to registerers that adds a few handy options. Author: Jaakko Peltonen E-mail address: . Feedback welcome!

  • mn020.zip (599 KB) [Feb 19 1996]

    Mapnote (freeware GM mapping program for windows) has moved to Alpha 0.2 Mapnote Feature list. Vector map files than can zoomed from planet view to 127th level of dungeon. Interior mapping levels from -127 .. +127 Autolabelling of objects and/or fixed text labels Make map from multiple layers. Control layer display depending on scale Integrated GM notes and image files (MDI interface) Use bitmaps from other applications (eg fractals or map generators) Link any object to other worlds, to GM Notes, to images, to other views Snap to existing points, Snap to grid Interpolate points into line with fractal formula (using real coastlines as a seed) Player and GM views. Objects marked 'GM-only' dont show in Player view Hex or square grids superimposed Distance tool for measuring in user units Added in 0.2: Printing. (primitive at this point) Smoothing of lines Restore view - return to view when world last saved or restored. Big time bug fix over 0.1 The file can be got from ftp://ftp.servtech.com/pub/users/irony/mapnote/mn020.zip Please note that this is still Alpha - not all features in menus are implemented yet. However it is has all the functions above and is in use in world building. I greatly desire testing for elimination of bugs and ideas in which it can be implemented. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil Scadden, Scadden Research 55 Buick St, Petone, Lower Hutt New Zealand ph (04) 568-7190, fax (04) 569 5016

  • planet (--link--) [Oct 30 1995]

    This directory holds the files for a version 1 of a scientific planet generator (as opposed to a die-rolling planet generator). It is written in C and runs in graphics mode under Xwindows, or in text-only mode under UNX. There are three programs: - tec: a continental drift simulator - clim: a climate generator - globe: computes and displays a rotating planet

  • star10.zip (1773 KB) [Apr 6 1998]

    PROGRAM NAME: "STARMAP" [v1.0] {February 1998} AUTHOR: Jim Vassilakos () FUNCTION: 3d Starmapper OPERATING SYSTEM: IBM (MS-DOS) SIZE: 1,815,334 bytes zipped COMMENTS: Create and explore three-dimensional starmaps for your science-fiction RPG campaign, then share your work with the rest of us on the Net. Requires VGA graphics or better. May attach campaign notes to the maps via an easy-to-learn menuing system. Sample map included along with SF-RPG discussion archives. You must use "-d" option when unzipping: >>>>>>>> pkunzip -d star10.zip <<<<<<<<

  • tmkr11.zip (413 KB) [Apr 6 1998]

    A wonderful PC -utility for creating and editing random height fields.

  • vislnd02.zip (245 KB) [Dec 23 1996]

    Second beta test version of the VisLand fractal landscape modeler for Windows 3.1 by Mark Dimon.

  • wb13win.zip (986 KB) [Jun 23 1998]

    World Builder is a shareware program to draw maps of worlds. It uses continental drift and true meteorological computations to provide realistic maps including mountain ranges, rain shadows and rivers. You can use World Builder to invent worlds for roleplaying games or as background for fiction, or you can use it to learn about earth science processes. The current version of World Builder is 1.3, released on June 12, 1998. It is available on Windows-95, Windows-NT, Linux Intel and Sun Solaris platforms. The WWW site is: http://www.best.com/jendave/builder/world/index.html Copyright 1998 by David L. Allen

  • worldgen.zip (77 KB) [Dec 7 1995]

    This program creates GIFs of random world maps, using a fractal algorithm. You can check the program in action from the author's homepage. This version contains the source, readme file, and an executable for DOS.

  • worldmap.zip (839 KB) [Feb 2 1996]

    PROGRAM NAME: "Worldmap" [v1.0] {January 1996} AUTHOR: Jim Vassilakos () FUNCTION: Mapping Worlds, Cities, Castles, Dungeons, and Starships for RPG settings & scenarios OPERATING SYSTEM: IBM (MS-DOS) COMMENTS: Create maps so you can share your worlds/ dungeons/etc with the rest of us on the Net. Some minor glitches exist when operating under Windows, so straight DOS is preferred. Program draws maps pretty slowly except on relatively high-end machines with decent video ram. Comes complete with five example maps along with some attached text including a short adventure. Note, you must use "-d" option when unzipping: >>>>>>>> pkunzip -d worldmap.zip <<<<<<<< UPGRADE: Go to my homepage at http://www.cs.ucr.edu/jimv/, go to the programs section, and pick-up a copy of the update there under the heading "Worldmap Upgrade (v1.0 to v1.0b)". Notice that the upgrade without the is no good by itself without the files of v1.0. _ /| Jim Vassilakos \`o_O' ( ) U San Bernardino, California


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