4 Point Graphics 1.x

First released in 1983 by IMSI (International Microcomputer Software, Inc), 4 Point Graphics was one of the earliest drawing and animation programs for the IBM PC. It competed against a drawing program called PC Crayon.

This version is designed to run under PC-DOS 1.1 or later with 128K and requires an IBM CGA card or compatible.

This program has no on-screen menus. To use it, you must refer to the quick reference card.

The April 17, 1984 PC Magazine has a review of this product.

There is an account of the early days of IMSI here.

Archive contains one 320K 5.25" floppy disk image in raw and ImageDisk formats.

This disk image is formatted for DOS 1.x and may not open in tools like WinImage.

Product type
Application Graphics
Vendor
IMSI
Release date
1983
Minimum CPU
8088
Minimum RAM
128KB
Minimum free disk space
320KB
User interface
Text
Platform
DOS

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
4 Point Graphics 1.0B (1984) (5.25-320k) 1.0B (1984) English x86 5¼ Floppy 1.11MB
4 Point Graphics 1.0B (1984) Manuals 1.0B (1984) English x86 Archive 14.02MB

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