On Wed, 20 May 2015, Mateusz Viste wrote:

> Good news is that Frotz v2.32 works fine. I played the "Lost Pig" game
> for about 20 minutes and I didn't experienced any crash.
> My guess is that you have a fishy memory usage in newer versions of
> frotz - following an invalid pointer, or writing to non-allocated
> memory, or so...
> good luck :)

I guess my next step is to bring one of my older machines home, clean it 
up, install FreeDOS, and get to work with Turbo C++'s debugger.

Can anyone offer any explanation why a program would run fine in DOSbox 
and crash on real hardware?

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