The old Dungeon game, remixed to work on modern computers. This is an exciting, yet challenging game where your immediate goal is to survive and not get defeated. You can interact with objects, surroundings and monsters to reach the end and win the game.
A geek code generator that generates 3.12 compatible geek code block. It lets you add your real age and many other functions not seen in other geek code generators. The geek code block is formatted dynamically, shown on screen and stored in a file
A platform independent poker timer.
Uma simples versão do jogo SUDOKU em linguaguem FORTRAN
SUDOTRAN é um jogo de SUDOKU desenvolvido por alunos do curso de Engenharia Elétrica da UFF (Universidade Federal Fluminense) como trabalho final da matéria de programação de computadores. O código está publicado sob licença GPLv.3, então sinta-se livre para usá-lo como queira assim como dar continuidade ao projeto.
Vic-20 game, remastered from the C64 original, with special feuaters
Space Taxi, the Castle of Doctor Creep. In our remastered game for the vic-20 you drive with the "Space Taxi" around and when you drop the passenger he enters one dungeon of the creep-castle and must finish it, to drive to the next space-taxi station. The game is a mixture of Castle of Doctor Creep and Space-Taxi, it would be finished during autumn 2016. I start writing this Game in memory of a friend who dies this year in German via a big train-accident. Both of us where playing a lot of stuff on the VIC-20 and we wrote a few files / games for it. So, when it's finished you can enjoy it, also you've get any bugs, please send it to : firstname.lastname@example.org
A modified version of the public domain Star Trek game, in the original ForTran language. This version is updated for ForTran 95, and is being developed on a Sun Solaris platform - but the code should compile with ANY ForTran 95 compiler!
Very fast command line sudoku solver written in Fortran
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.