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Hangman

A multilingual hangman game for DOS

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Here is a very simple game widely known as "Hangman". The computer chooses a random word from a file, and the player has to guess it. There is a possibility to add own words and/or create own vocabulary files. Many vocabulary files are shipped with the game. The program supports the following languages: english, french, german, dutch, polish and hungarian. It requires at least a 80286 processor and an EGA graphic card. Works on DOS, and any DOS-compatible operating system.

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End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

BASIC

Registered

2013-07-20

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