AMOS Compiler (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Europress Software - 1991 UK Release
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Game Design|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
Description from the packaging.
Supercharge your AMOS programs.
Super-charge your creations!
Now you can make your AMOS programs run like lightning with AMOS Compiler. Typically most programs will double in speed- some commands are more then 5 times faster. These spectacular results will have everyone thinking you've programmed in machine code!
In addition, AMOS Compiler comes with an incredible compactor which will squash the size of your programs by up to 80% (60% compression on average)- and in a matter of seconds! This means that your programs take up less disc space- and they load faster too.
With the incredible speed increases and program compaction the AMOS Compiler will give your programs that professional edge.
AMOS Compiler at work on the AMOS Sprite Editor:
- It compiles in less than two minutes, or just 14 seconds if you have a hard disc!
- Compresses in 8 seconds from 147K to 86K, That's 58.5% compression... and it runs much faster too!
Update to AMOS 1.3
Inside the box is a special program which will update your copy of AMOS to the very latest version- and that means improved extension handling, smoother multi-tasking, plus new sprite flipping routines and BOB and SCREEN COPY routines.
Inside the box:
AMOS Compiler, AMOS language updater, AMOS Assembler and eight demonstration programs which show off the power of the Compiler. The comprehensive and easy-to-use manual will provide you with all the assistance you'll need to develop lightning-fast software of your dreams.
If you're amazed by AMOS you'll be astounded by AMOS Compiler.
Compiling your programs is simplicity itself: Click on COMPILE then select source and destination- that's all there is to it!
The welcome disc will enable you to activate the AMOS Compiler and the AMOS updater in seconds.
"I truly believe you can write a commercial game in AMOS with the AMOS Compiler- now my programs are running too fast!" - Amiga Computing.