You can download it from here. Just unzip it into a empty folder. CORRECTION it needs .NET Framework 2.0 not 3.5 which you can download from here. I forget that Visual Studio 2008 allows targeting different framework versions. So those of you with Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 can run this utility.
Note you may have this already so try running the utility first.
The four tables I coded are
- The Treasure Tables from Original D&D
- Ruins from Judges Guild
- Islands from Mazes and Minotaurs
- Strongholds from Original D&D
For the treasure tables you will need to select the treasure type from the combo box on the left.
Coding up the treasure table generator was the most painful of the lot. Full of special exceptions and conditional rolls. Also had to code in the generation of magic sword!.
If you want the source code you can email. This software isn't meant to compete against Tablesmith and other generic generator but a quick and dirty utility to help get my writing done. The ruins were the first things I did hence the name Ruin Generator.