Most characters can be entered using the usual key (assuming you're using a Latin-script keyboard). However, punctuation characters are laid out differently on a MicroBee keyboard. The following table shows the mapping for these characters:
The MicroWorld Basic V5.22e ROM and the MicroBee Font ROM are used on this site with kind permission from Ewan J. Wordsworth of Microbee Technology.
Depth Charge, Laser Blaster, Space Lanes, and Robot Fire are used with kind permission from Brad Robinson of Topten Software.
Bounce, Break Out, Catack, Catter, Earth, Isbok Adventure, Mazes!, Othello, and Pucker are used with kind permission from Richard Larkin.
Some other original MicroBee software is also accessible through this site. This software is believed to be in the public domain or otherwise distributable. It is made available here non-commercially and solely to preserve this piece of Australian computing history. If you have any queries regarding the original software accessible though this site please contact me at the email address below.
NanoWasp was written by Dave Churchill. Please send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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