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Primary goal is to develop 4k-demos, that is, demos that somehow fit into four kilobytes. From time to time, 4k-contests will be initiated to push the project contributors' motivation.
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
ELVAM is a package allowing artists to practice video-mapping
Lepix is a simple painting program for 8-bit Atari computers (XL/XE series in particular). It's main task is to allow graphicians use advanced graphic modes with a uniform interface.
LichtTools simulates a bulb, enabling the user to read books in front of the screen without other light sources available. When used on mobile platforms LichtTools acts as flashlight.
SQILLAR is a classic side-scrolling shoot'em up game!
This program will open and display images saved in HGR format. Also supports DHGR in two popular formats: BeagleGraphics and DazzleDraw. It will save as PICT and allow batch conversions.
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