P.S. This is Ergun Caner, President of Liberty University.
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John Piper's explanation about why he sometimes uses profanity
Wayne Grudem's response to John Piper's explanation
Way back in 1995, I wrote the music for a PC video game called "Chomper". Chomper is a clever game in the Pacman genre--except this time, you have to maneuver through a huge, scrolling maze. I spent hours tweaking sounds and playing with the musical arrangements so that the same music would sound OK on every sort of sound card someone might have--from a Soundblaster Pro (i.e. FM-based electronic beeps) to a full-fledged General MIDI instrument, like the Roland MT-32. Chomper was released as a shareware game in the DOS days, just as Windows 95 was taking off. For my work, I think I only earned around $100 and a copy of Microsoft Office, but it sure was a lot of fun.
I'm putting a copy of Chomper here on my blog so that my legions of faithful readers can enjoy it, provided that they are geeky enough to get it running. To run Chomper on a modern computer, you'll probably need to use an emulator like DOSBOX, which is available for several platforms. To have it run well within an emulator, you'll need a fast computer--Chomper needed at least a fast 486-class machine, and ran even better on a Pentium!
Download the game
Once you have the zip file expanded in DOSBOX, run INSTALL.BAT, which should take you through the rest of the setup.
For sound, choose the Sound Blaster 16.
For music, choose the SoundBlaster Pro -- Yamaha (of course, if you have a Roland MT-32, you should use that instead!)
If you use the keyboard to play, it's the arrow keys to move, and CTRL to roll fast (provided you have cleared a path, that is).
Enjoy, and leave a comment if you actually get the game working!
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