# Box-256 Assembly - BIG SQUARE II

## 8 instructions

My smallest solution to the Big Square II challenge is 8 lines of code. There's a simple loop which cycles through a table of 8 pixel locations.

; Big Square II in 0x08h instructions
; John Metcalf

PIX @18 002 000
MOV @18 @20 001
MOV @19 @18 008
FLP @16 @17 001
JMP @00 001 010
011 031 021 032
0D3 01D 0E3 01E


## 1 instruction

This solution is to illustrate that counting instructions is not a proper way of scoring for BOX-256.

JMP 002 072 00C
002 000 013 00C
001 00C 055 002
010 000 000 000
011 012 013 014
015 016 017 018
019 01A 01B 01C
01D 01E 021 022
023 024 025 026
027 028 029 02A
02B 02C 02D 02E
0D1 0D2 0D3 0D4
0D5 0D6 0D7 0D8
0D9 0DA 0DB 0DC
0DD 0DE 0E1 0E2
0E3 0E4 0E5 0E6
0E7 0E8 0E9 0EA
0EB 0EC 0ED 0EE
031 041 051 061
071 081 091 0A1
0B1 0C1 032 042
052 062 072 082
092 0A2 0B2 0C2
03D 04D 05D 06D
0BD 0CD 0ED 03E
04E 05E 06E 07E
08E 09E 0AE 0BE
0CE 000 000 000


## 11 instructions, 12 lines

PIX 011 002 000
JGR 00D @03 @00
MOV 000 @03 000
JGR 030 @06 @00
MOV 022 @01 000
MOV 02C @06 000
MOV 00B @0D 000
JMP @00 000 000
001 010 -01 -10


Any bonus for self-modification?

(Note the differences between the memory and the command line, specifically in locations @01 @06, @0D.)