Software

     Being a master of all things computer I have collected a wide arrange of programs for Mainframe (base computers) and Personal (portable computers) computers. Of course if you want them you got to pay a fee. And no, you can't download them I keep them all on separate Dataslugs so if you somehow get into my system where you shouldn't be your gana be pissed that they ain't here. I've listed the different programs I have for the novice to look through. All prices are in Widgets, of course!

Game affects will be in Italics

Personal Accountant 6.1
  Cost: $20
     Designed to keep track of personal or small business account the modern waster has little need for such a program. Traders and loaners on the other hand can keep track of the costs of their inventory and who owes them what.

The Handy Man's Guide to Communication Systems Repair by Bob Allan
  Cost: $300
     This is one of many in the long line of "Do-it-yourself" repair of things the average (middle-class) person could afford. This volume is on the repair and maintenance of phones, CB equipment, HAM radios, etc. While it can help you fix most items that fall in this category it doesn't go into the more high-end or top of the line items. +4 to Tinkerin' rolls for fixing items that fall in it category (Marshal's call).

The Handy Man's Guide to Automotive Repair by Bob Allan
  Cost: $500
     This is one of many in the long line of "Do-it-yourself" repair for many types of vehicles (the wheeled kind). +4 to Tinkerin' rolls for fixing cars and the like.

The Handy Man's Guide to Computer Repair by Bob Allan
  Cost: $800
     This is one of many in the long line of "Do-it-yourself" repair of computers. +4 to Tinkerin' rolls for fixing computers equipment.

The Handy Man's Guide to Electronics by Bob Allan
  Cost: $300
     This is one of many in the long line of "Do-it-yourself" repair of things the average (middle-class) person could afford. This volume is on the repair and maintenance of TVs, VCRs, stereos, lights and other household devices. While it can help you fix most items that fall in this category it doesn't go into the more high-end or top of the line items. +4 to Tinkerin' rolls for fixing items that fall in it category (Marshal's call).

Palmcorders For Dummies
  Cost: $100
     This is a book on Dataslug that teaches any one to use all the features of the Palmcorder. +2 to rolls using a Palmcorder or programs.

The Mayo Clinic House Call
  Cost: $500
     Before the Big Bomb there was this major Doctor's group called the Mayo Clinic. They put out this program for hypochondriacs and the like so they would come in and waste the doctor's time. Simply enter your symptoms and voila you know what's wrong with you and how to cure it. +4 to Medicine rolls to treat diseases (no supernatural diseases).

Duke Nukem'
  Cost: $15
     A great game about the guy that goes around blowing up abominations.

The Complete Guide to Farming
  Cost: $100
     An A-Z of information on farming and how it's done. They tell you all about what you can plant where and so forth. Including a really in-depth and large list of different plants and if their edible or medicinal. +2 to survival, medicine or other rolls involving plants.

The 2080 Drug Handbook
  Cost: $300
     Every drug known to man and what it can do is in this little pearl. +2 to using or making drugs.

1,001 Arcade Classics
  Cost: $15
     A mess of games from the good old days.

Learn Kung Fu At Home
  Cost: $200
     Step by step lessons that teach you Kung Fu. Treat as if the character has a teacher to learn Kung Fu.

Learn a Foreign Language
  Cost: $100 each
     This program can teach you any of the seven languages is has on it. The languages are Spanish, French, Italian, German, Latin and Russian. Treat as if the Character has a teacher to learn a language.

Decoder program
  Cost: $800
     This is one of the best of the old Hacker's tool from before the Big Bomb to break codes. It won't work on Encryption programs but it will help with passwords, key codes and stuff like that. To use of devices like card slots you need a plug-in that will insert into the card slot (it costs $1,000). +4 to rolls involving hacking.

Encryption programs
  Cost: $1,000
     This program makes your computer a lot safer from hackers. You can trade information with almost no worry if you and the person you are giving the information to has an Encryption program. All you need is the Key and the computer will decipher the information so you can see it. -8 to all rolls to hack a computer with an encryption program.

Uni-Sniper Targeting System
  Cost: $5,000
     Designed to help snipers, this software package was developed by a third party manufacturer for use with a variety of sniper rifles. Unfortunately it is useless unless the Palmcorder has weather tracking capabilities (requiring a hardware adapter or satellite/GPS tracking) or the user has a separate device to do this. The user need only to input the rifle name, the range and a few other perimeters. Adds +10 to the range of any rifle in the database. The standard assault rifles of most countries are in the database, as are several well used alternatives. If the rifle the character is using is not a SA or NA assault rifle (M-10and M-21 respectively) roll 1d10, on a 4 or higher the rifle the user is looking for is in the database.

CheyTac ballistic software
  Cost: $500
     Meant for Palcorders, this program use in conjunction with a pocket weather tracker makes the M-200 extremely accurate. Do to the specific use of this program (unlike the Uni-Sniper Targeting System) it is hard to find and doesn't cost as much. Adds +10 to the range of the M-200.





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