Unfortunately, no. I emailed two ex members of the development team "Mucky Foot" but they both ignored me (via their frequently updated twitters and facebook too). So far we are at a loss.
They're still active after all these years?
MuckyFoot as such closed nearly ten years ago, according to http://muckyfoot.com
/ , but it's reasonable to assume that the developers found alternative employment after that :)
There could be a number of reasons preventing them from giving away anything:
- the code is the intellectual property of whatever company bought their assets, and the new owners don't care to release it
- the game code could be mixed with third party code which they have no rights to release, and nobody is willing to spend time decoupling it
- nobody knows where the source code is anymore (don't laugh, that's what Electronic Arts said when we inquired about Red Alert 2: YR years ago)
- the code is embarrassing (from looking at the disassembled version I can certainly say it is made of pure WTF in certain places, although that could be because they were under certain constraints that are not relevant anymore)