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Iter Vehemens ad Necem (IVAN) is a graphical roguelike game, which currently runs in Windows, DOS and Linux. It features advanced bodypart and material handling, multi-colored lighting and, above all, deep gameplay.75 weekly downloads
Console GUI library, similar to TurboVision but with support for Win32/DOS2 weekly downloads
RMF-DOS is a project to create a compact, 8086-compatible, free clone of MS-DOS.
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An interactive dialog editor for Borland Turbo Vision applications. Written in Borland Pascal. Generates dialog source for Borland Pascal and C++.
Can emulate old computer on text the code pogram ideal to create kernel for operating system The begin the project the can emulate CPU(8080)and z80.
This is a reprository of software I have written. It is written in C, C++ and hopefully in some obscure Basic :-) I gladly share my stuff with you under the MIT license, so you can do what you want with it (almost)... :-)