The usual provisos apply to all these programs: anything that happens to you or anyone else after, or even before, you use them is your fault, not mine. The program warranty is void in case of nuclear war, whether caused by the program or not.
PBuster (61K) allows players to destroy planets. (This needs the Planets toolkit if you want to recompile.)
Renamep (53K) allows players to rename planets they control. (Unlike the only other package that does this, it doesn't require WinPlan.) (This needs the Planets toolkit if you want to recompile.)
RSTMess (58K) adds text files to RSTs, as Planets messages; unlike other similar programs, it does not corrupt WinPlan data.
Planname (36K) writes out a planet.nm file from a text file of planet names, and Plandump (3K) lists planets' names and coordinates in different (user-defined) formats.
Both of these were inspired by Timo Kreike's packages to do much the same job. Naturally I think mine are better.
Stunrace (54K) is a milder version of killrace (for players who've dropped out), which breaks alliances, sets planetary codes to ATT/NUK and ships to kill, but doesn't destroy an empire.
Sanitise (2K) removes homeworld data from map files, preventing unauthorised knowledge of homeworld locations.
Fixmap (3K) ensures that checksums on custom maps are set correctly.
Overseer (123K) is a prototype Planets automation utility, allowing pre-defined ship movements and other actions. (This needs the Planets toolkit if you want to recompile.)
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