Here is all the compiled games I have for the DEC PDP11 computers running RT11.
I have zipped them using PKZIP version 2.04g. To use them:
- First get them to a IBM PC and unzip the files using PKUNZIP version 2.xx.
- Next get them to your PDP. If you have RX50s use either John Wilson's PUTR
(excellent program) or RT11.zip.
- If you have kermit, just use it. Be sure to set file type as binary.
- If you have RX33s, you can use either PUTR or copy them straight to a
1.2 meg floppy from PC/AT and them on the PDP or use the create command to
create the file pointers.... Not easy.
- M9058 jumper settings.
- Adventure Cave, The original adventure game.
- Blackjack, It seems only to run on a system with a
- Droids, A maddening little run away game.
Its several files in a logical disk. Hence you either need to use
Putr to extract the files or run LD.SYS on your PDP.
- Dungeon, Another early adventure game. Foundation of Infocom?
- Pacman, you need a VT terminal. It does not run properly
on a PRO350.
- Plane, a landing simulator. It seems only to run on a
system with a coprocessor.
- Space Invaders, Self explanatory. Runs slow on a PRO350.
- Super Star Trek,
This is on John Wilson's Site in RT11 format.
- Super Star Trek
Documentation, Plain ASCII File
- Star Trek, It works
- ZEMU - A Z-Machine emulator for PDP-11
Written by Johnny Billquist, RT-11 port by Megan Gentry
- PDP11/73 - 1 meg ram - RX50 - RD52
- PDP11/23+ - 512 k ram - RX33 - Seagate 225
- Pro350 - 256 k ram - RX50 - RD51
- PDP11/23+ 256 k ram - RX50
- PPD11/45 Front Panel from the First PDP11 I used, second computer I used.
- Peripherals - ADV11, DJV11, LAV11, DEQNA.
- Proaccms.zip, a MS-DOS version of Password Code Generator
for VENIX on a DEC PRO-350, compiled by Stephen R. Griswold. NOTE: ftp.update.uu.se
has the VENIX files.
- Putr Utility by John Wilson. Get this to
write and format RX50s, RX33s etc.
As always, I am looking for public domain software for the PDP11 Also any interesting
cheap Q-Bus cards (RDQZ1, DRV11....)