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A rewrite of Noah Morgan's classic roguelike game Larn (1986). NLarn tries to maintain the atmosphere and story of the original game while improving the gameplay by using state-of-the-art roguelike technology and a simplified user interface.45 weekly downloads
Music Player for Linux Console
Portable Ubuntu Linux for Scientific Computing17 weekly downloads
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WordGrinder is a light-weight character-cell word processor designed for text entry on the console, supporting Unicode and styled text. It provides a clean, easy-to-use interface that gets out of your way and get the job done. We've moved! Go visit http://cowlark.com/wordgrinder.
This project implements Virtual Machine/Virtualized Debugger.
Funky patcher for OpenGL, midi, signal processing, lua scripting, etc. Written in C++. Fast.
With 'nixstaller' you can easily make installers for unix like systems. It will support several GUI frontends such as ncurses, Qt, GTK2 and FLTK.
MWIP (Mean What I Play) is a clone of PWIM written in Lua. It is faster than the original PWIM (which was in Python), and also contains extra features and better documentation. It is meant to be a complete replacement to PWIM.