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Here it is (or at least a beta page) finally like I promised. This page is credited to the many visitor's who have submitted ideas and want to see their programs on a download page. Now, I will begin posting many games, demos, etc on this page for other visitor's to download. Please submit them in zip (if you can). I will eventually also have a section titled "Program of the Month" that will appear on the first part of this page (with a picture included). Put your innovative mind to work and send me some programs. Have a wonderful day. - SM

It has been a long time since any content was updated on this website. I would like to sincerely apologize to my long devoted Qbasic fans. I lost access to Angelfire for many years, but I'm proud to announce that I finally was able to recall my hosting information.

Listed below is my new website. You will also learn about my story, the road I traveled, and why I left the Qbasic community. These days I am concentrating on web development and other things. Below is a picture of my website and the URL to visit it or on the picture.

Update: I will be updating a lot of the content on this website. To prevent throwing off my old school users, I will try to keep much of the original design. However I am planning to add the tabs you see on my new website so there will be access back and forward to both.

So please sit tight and get ready to experience a whole new world of development since I began this website back in 2001.

Finally I want to thank you so much for your patience and for my period of silence. I am back now and it is going to be better than it ever was. I promise.

You can click on the URL below to see the new Qbasic page there. Please leave me your feedback in the forums and I will respond. I would like to explain also that I was heavily attacked by spam back in the days and didn't get a lot of your messages. Anyway, just would like you to know everything is good now.

ProgrammerMind Web Site

Below is a review that was done on my website many years ago. As I reflect back now and let this sink in I do realize that I was poor on web design. However I received a Bachelor's degree in 2011 in Web Development which resulted in the birth of my new website (as seen above).

I am hoping to generate the audience I had before and see what people have been up to these days. Also if you are still into Qbasic, let me know about your website and I'll post them here. Hint: This will greatly increase your web traffic and customer base since this is an "old-school" website. It generated a lot of interest back in the days when I worked on it. Although it is not pretty to look at, that will change over time.

Pete I want to thank you for the review and teaching me what I needed to learn about design. In return I have attached a backlink for people to visit your website below. I hope it reaps you the rewards that I will soon be enjoying.

As I explained above, I didn't want to change everything all at once or somebody may have think I was hacked. Over time, I will gradually implement new changes. Finally I am excited about this new journey and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Steve Morrow

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Help Form: Submit your programs in text if you are having difficulty sending attached zip/bas files. Please paste program below for specific feedback. Thank You.
To copy a QBASIC program to NotePad, save the program as MYPROG.TXT It's probably better to save it in a new folder, such as C:\QBFILE. I used MYPROG.TXT as an example, but you can specify your own name in its' place.
Then open up Microsoft Word and search for your folder under C:\QBFILE (or wherever you saved it to). Your program will appear (also note, if the program is quite large, MS Notepad will require you to use a larger application, such as Word,etc).
Next on the Notepad, click the menu option Edit and then scroll down to Select All. Then click on the Edit menu again and select Copy.
Now click back on my webpage in the white form area (below all this text) and press the Control key and the V key at the same time: your program will now appear.
Finally, click on Submit Query and I will receive your program. If your prefer, you can also click on the Edit menu of either Internet Explorer or Netscape and select Paste (this will execute the same action as Control V).

Filename/Size Description of Game Game Author
Rating Screenshot
SPACE 37.1kb "Space Circles". Space shooter game. You control a mouse crosshairs and shoot at asteroids and enemy ships. Executable file only. No sourcecode. Submitted date: Sept 9, 2002. Sandib Nice Space Shooter
MAD 1.64kb "Mad". This database program was submitted by a contributor, but was the work of two authors. It is an address book database program. It stores all its info in 4 data files. Submitted date: Oct 26, 2002 MechaMan/ M1CR0CH1P Fair Mad utility
PLANE 6.83kb "QB Flight Simulator". A Qbasic flight simulator that requires a joystick to play. The file was sent awhile ago by a visitor who mentioned he was tired of student's fighting with MS FlightSimulator. So he wrote one in Qbasic for easier playability. Submitted date: Oct 22, 2002 "GL" Very good Space Shooter
HAUNT 893kb "Haunted Childhood" Game submitted by InFluid Software. Originally it was prohibited for upload on servers, but now it has been offered as a gift to you. Consists of four games: Crypt Tac Toe, Guess Where, The Last Limb and Russian Roulette. Had a little difficulty figuring out how to play some of the games. Images drawn in high-resolution, nice displays. Warning to parents: Some scenes are violently graphic (blood, horror, etc). Anyway great game. Executable file only. No sourcecode. Submitted date: February 20, 2003. InFluid Software Graphic Horror Game
SKETCH 28.2kb "Etch-A-Sketch" Remember when you were a child and your parents bought you your first drawing board? Now you can use Qbasic to design your own pictures. Control cursor using the arrow keys. Picture seen here is webmaster's own design of the site logo. Submitted date: February 24, 2003. James Kirk Classic Sketch Board
QUEST FOR 3-D 57.4kb "Quest for 3-d" Explore several bit-mapped screens with a character. Visit an in, collect treasure, speak with town's people and solve puzzles to advance screens. Submitted date: March 17, 2003. Joe Pierron Quest for 3d RPG

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