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Romp Home with these 21 Peerless ASCII Games
The purpose of this article is to identify our favourite ASCII based games. There are no fancy graphics here, just great gameplay coupled with the urge of always having just one more play.

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  • QTReader
    QTReader is a small QTE based etext reader which will read PalmDoc, plain text, gzipped text and its own very highly compressed format.
  • Remote Clip
    Remote Clip enables you to transfer text and files among multiple computers - such as desktop computers, laptops, and personal digital assistants (PDAs) - by synchronizing their clipboards.
  • Rend
    a small, lightweight daemon that watches the processes running on a machine and will renice those specified by the user automatically, whenever they are run
  • ROMburst
    a little program to tease apart the pieces of the ROM image for separate inspection
  • ScanChamp
    (commercial) provides extreamly quick, easy, and robust way to program, or read scans from the CS-1504 and CS-2000 using any computing platform supported by SerialPort. Note: ScanChamp uses SerialPort to access the serial port that the CS-1504 or CS-2000 is attached to.
    a simple opie-sh front end to the flite speech synthesis program
  • strip2zsafe
    converts Strip account information from a Palm PDA to a ZSafe compatible textfile, for use with the Zaurus and other Linux PDAs
  • sysinfo
    a hack of the opie sysinfo
  • terminfo-utils
    terminfo-utils adds the missing tput and tset commands for terminfo manipulation.
  • trans
    a small bidirectional dictionary lookup tool for Linux PDAs. It uses grep to lookup words in a gzipped dictionary file and uses opie-sh to show the results
  • txt2tags
    txt2tags provides ipk packages of the text conversion and formatting tool, txt2tags, for users of Linux embedded systems that use the iPKG Package Management System.
  • unicode-fonts
    unicode-fonts is a collection of Unicode fonts for the Z.
  • unison
    a port of a file-synchronization tool
  • unzip
    unzip utility for the zaurus console
  • WaJEi
    WaJEi (was Sagasu) is a Japanese-English / English-Japanese dictionary program, written in Java, that allows English to Japanese lookups, Japanese to English lookups phonetically & Japanese to English lookups by kanji.
  • WhatsUpOnZ
    WhatsUpOnZ is a system manager for the Sharp Zaurus-SL 5x00. It displays the processes running on computer in list and tree form. Processes can be killed and various other signals can be send to specific processes. It also features a processor load and memory usage monitor.
  • X10Client
    with your Sharp Zaurus equiped with a Wireless Network CF Card, you can turn on/off or dim lights in your house with the X10Client
  • xscreensaver
    This is a port of xscreensaver 4.21 to the Zaurus. The hacks contained in the package have been tested with xqtserver, running on a Zaurus SL-C860 with Cacko-Qt. It should run fine on any X environment, but you may need to move things around a bit.
  • z2m
    a tiny Perl script to extract Mutt mail aliases from a Zaurus addressbook file
  • Zaurus Synchronization Repository
    aims to provide a professional solution for synchronizing ones Zaurus on the Linux operating system. It brings Zaurus users a complete tool allowing them to synchronize their data with any a number of Desktop PIM (Personal Information Management) applications
  • Zaurus_check
    shell script that constantly checks for the connection/disconnection of a Sharp Zaurus SL series PDA to the own Linux PC; it configures the networking, and manages an icon for the KDE desktop of the user, to launch the filemanager Konqueror and manage FTP file transfers
  • zbedic
    a dictionary for the Zaurus that features 18 dictionaries
  • ZConsole
    provides a VT102 terminal session over /dev/ttyS0
  • zLapSpeed Calculator
    zLapSpeed Calculator calculates average lap speeds and qualification lap averages for any race track. 50 pre-programmed race tracks, or enter the length in miles or kilometers.
  • zNetBackup
    the idea is to have rsync make a backup whenever your zaurus is turned off or network goes up or down
  • ZSafe
    a password manager for the Sharp Zaurus SL5500. Passwords can be stored into four different categories. The password file will be encrypted by using a secure RC2 mechanism

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