55 Arcade Games
34 Puzzle Games
18 Platform Games
10 Strategy Games

QB News
Site Archives
Game Guides
Our Projects
Awards Page
QB Links Page

Discussion Board
The QB Chatroom
Mailing List
Link to Us
Job Openings
Email VPlanet!

The QB Times
Future Software
Abyssware Studios
Clockwerk Productions
Darkside Productions
Game Developer's Refuge
GBGames QBasic
Master Creating
Pete's QBasic Site
Pickers Games Website
Programming Oasis
Programming ShareHouse
QB: Cult Magazine
QB on Acid
QB: The Magazine (Archives)
QBasic/QuickBasic News
QuickBasic RPGs
Secret Weapon Software
Sneukeule's QBRPG Page

The software reviewed and/or downloadable in this site, along with any related images presented or concepts related to the software, belongs to its respective people, companies, and development teams. All downloadable titles in this site are "freeware", and the source of each software is clearly stated. The opinions presented regarding such software does not reflect the views of its creators; the intention of this site is to inform and pay tribute to the many programmers who have chosen QuickBasic 4.5.

Any additional images and/or news gathered to this site from another source belongs to its respective owners, and is intended to advertise the source and promote its theme.

If you have any problems concerning the contents of this site, please contact our staff at

V Planet (
The first 100% QuickBasic game Review magazine

2001 QB Expo Registration Begins!

(5/25/2001) Now's your chance to register your latest QB projects for the biggest QB celebration of the year, the 2001 QB Expo! Find out how and what it's all about here.

After you register, you can visit the first QB Expo at

Did you ever wish there was a website where QB programmers from the entire community gather around and check out all the latest QB projects made? Or did you ever wish there was a QB event especially designed to show off the latest games, QB libraries, or utilities you've made?

Well, look no further! The 2001 QB Expo is just that, a QB event designed especially to promote the newest QB games, libraries, and utilities. This "celebration" event is held once a year every summer and is sponsored by many major QB sites including V Planet,, Future Software, Abyssware Studios, Clockwerk Productions, Master Creating, Neozones Productions, and Pickers Games.

This year, along with the old sponsors, V Planet is currently in the process of contacting all of it's QB affiliates encouraging them to help put together the QB Expo website. This is a departure from last year's design, in which V Planet handled the entire construction of the QB Expo, and the other big QB sites helped by providing input and promoting the QB Expo when it was launched. With all of the QB sponsors involved working on this year's QB Expo, you can be guaranteed that this year's QB Expo will be better and bigger than ever.

To register your project for the QB Expo, send the following in a single e-mail to

Required for Registration:

1) Write the Subject line as "Participant: *name of project goes here*" (Required)
2) Include the name of the programming team in the e-mail. (Required)
3) Include the projected release date of your new project when finished. If already finished, write down the month in which your QB project was released on the Internet (Required)
4) The URL of your coding group's homepage (Required, only if applicable)
5) Include information in your e-mail pertaining to whether you want to design your QB Expo page yourself or have a QB sponsor make the page. (Required)

Not Required for Registration:

6) Screenshots of your project in progress.
7) Background Information of your project in progress.
8) A executable copy or source code of your QB project is not required to register. An executable copy of your game will probably be requested after registration.

Article written by QBShire

Back to Site Archives