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The Command Line [Windows]

As of 2016-11-29, this project may now be found at https://sourceforge.net/p/thecommandlinew.

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The Command Line is a video game where you receive a supercomputer called the Diamond 500. You get a message containing a task to complete. One task leads to many and soon you are hacking into computers.

This video game is based on how a real command line works. To fully experience this game some knowledge in the command line may be necessary.

This game is also in pre-alpha stage so completion of the game is not guaranteed.

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2012-09-18

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