AngelRift Studios is back online
For the longest time, simply had a small page describing how it has been taken down to be revamped.
Now it is back online, although much slower than I remember...
Posted by magus on Monday, February 26, 2001.

GBGames Update
Two new reviews have been made: Hack-Man 3 by WisdomDude and One on One Soccer by
Check them both out at
Posted by magus on Sunday, February 25, 2001. new files posted!
We got 9 new files and a load of updated files available at Future Software!!!
Posted by Jordan on Sunday, February 25, 2001. updated
Two new tutorials have been reviewed. Both are by CGI Joe. One deals with using C in QB, and the other deals with using ASM in QB. Both of them, especially the ASM tutorial, are excellent. The ASM tutorial is the best I have ever seen, so go check it out here immediately!

Click here

Posted by Jordan on Thursday, February 22, 2001.

2001 QB Gaming Gold Winners Announced!
The latest update of V Planet! QuickBasic Magazine comes with three new articles, including one that lists the official winners for the 2001 QB Gaming Gold Awards.

The big winner of this viewer's choice event for QB games is Darkness Ethereal's Mysterious Song, which won a grand total of five awards, including Game of the Year. Other winners included QBasic Central's Sonic XTreme Version 7 for best Platform game and Oren Bartal's Ultimate Super Stack for best Puzzle game.

The full list of winners is available at V Planet.
Posted by Vance on Wednesday, February 21, 2001.

Master Mind Software
Master Mind Software's homepage is now up. They have a few programs done with more on the way. Check them out!
Posted by magus on Sunday, February 18, 2001.

Statto Software Links
Statto Software, though their links are few, has just put up a new links page. This incorporates their 50-point rating system with a category search. There will be a search engine as soon as they change servers, but the category search works fine now.
Posted by magus on Thursday, February 15, 2001.

Programming Oasis
The programming Oasis has now officially died. The site, that was even before that was our affiliate NWEP Productions, lead by Nightwolf.

The Programming Oasis has been gone for some time now.
Nightwolf, however, is working on a new site with programming tutorials only. The website is designed by NWSoft and Future Software, and should be up within a week.
Posted by magus on Monday, February 12, 2001.

QBsite for sale.
And the price is $0. Yes you can take it over for free.
The site in question is The QBasic Paradise. The site almost gets 100 visits a day, but is never updated anymore.
If you don't have a QB website but you would like to own one, if you have enough experience, and enough time on your hands, you might want to consider emailing the webmaster.

The website is great...I spend a lot of time surfing that website, it has a ton of great programs and more. It's a waste if this website gets forgotten.
Posted by magus on Monday, February 12, 2001.

New QB Magazine...
QB Chronicles is a new QBasic Magazine with a look that reminds me of the good old QB Times. Have a look at it here!
Posted by Jordan on Sunday, February 11, 2001.

Gaming Gold Awards Voting Ends
Originally scheduled for February 12, the deadline for the QB Gaming Gold Award ballot was cut short when the Geocities site service made changes in it's CGI policy, making the ballot unusable.

In it's latest update, 2001 Gaming Gold Awards sponsor V Planet does comment that "more votes were tallied this year than last year despite the shortened timespan for voting. Because so many votes have been received so quickly, there can be no doubt as to who the winners of the 2001 QB Gaming Golds when it is finally tallied."

The winners of this "viewer's choice" event for QB games will be announced via The Official QB Gaming Golds website, which should be finished by next week.
Posted by Vance on Friday, February 9, 2001. new files posted!
There are 4 new files and 1 file is updated!

Special attention goes out to Cobra, the new game by Future Software.
Also don't miss the source of Arrakis, which is now downloadable for free!

Also, Nethergoth reviewed and posted some new tutorials. More will be coming soon.

Get it all at Future Software!
Posted by Jordan on Wednesday, February 7, 2001.

10 files reposted at
Future Software has reposted 10 files that were gone after some strange server error ...
One of the files is the sourcecode to the 3*D library!
Soon the sourcecode for Arrakis and BomberZone will be available as well, together with a new game called Cobra. So keep an eye on!
Posted by Jordan on Tuesday, February 6, 2001.

QBCM Issue #9 Ready
Yes, it's ready, on time when I thought it would be late. Go to the QBCM website and read!
Posted by EvilBeaver on Thursday, February 1, 2001.