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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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(commercial) Minecraft is a sandbox construction indie video game where you can build anything imagineable. It is also about blocks and collecting. The game is inspired by Infiniminer, a block-based digging/building game, Dungeon Keeper and Dwarf Fortress. Read more


  • MTasker
    a two-file C++ library designed to support very simple cooperative multitasking to facilitate writing code that would ordinarily require a statemachine
  • NConfig
    designed to mimic and extend the Windows Registry system
  • Next Generation POSIX Threading
    a derivative of the excellent package GNU Pth. The goal of this project is to attempt to solve the problems associated with the use of the pthreads library on Linux
  • oRTP
    oRTP is a Real Time Protocol stack library under LGPL. Implement the RFC1889 (RTP) with a easy to use API with high and low level access and includes support for multiples profiles, AV profile (RFC1890) being the one by default.
  • oSIP
    oSIP is an free implementation of SIP: the Session Initiation Protocol. oSIP aims to provide the "multimedia/telephony/telecom" developers an easy and porwerful interface to control IP phones and multimedia applications.
  • parapin
    a Parallel Port Pin Programming Library for Linux
  • Protothreads
    extremely lightweight, stackless threads designed for severly memory constrained systems such as deeply embedded systems or sensor network nodes. Protothreads provides linear code execution for event-driven systems implemented in C
  • Quarks Distributed Shared Memory System
    a library developed by the University of Utah and the Computer Systems Labratory which allows multiple computers on a network to run programs designed for shared memory multiprocessors
  • Remote Python Call
    RPyC, or Remote Python Call, is a library for transparent, symmetrical, distributed computing for python. It is good for distributed testing (running centralized tests on many machines/platforms), distribution of workload with centralized control, and remote administration.
  • Shmap
    a simple hashmap library. The difference is, that it uses only shared memory to store its values
  • sigsafe
    a C library for safely, reliably, and promptly handling signals delivered to specific threads without significant overhead. This is a common and challenging problem, and sigsafe can help
  • spprocpool
    spprocpool is a Unix/Linux process worker pool library. It can been used in a multi-threading environment.
  • spThread
    spThread is a simple thread management control library, designed to provide a cross platform-consistent api for thread use.
  • ssthreads
    implements the pthreads priority avoidance protocols. It also allows the use of any thread function from a signal handler.
  • State Threads
    a small application library which provides a foundation for writing fast and highly scalable Internet applications (such as web servers, proxy servers, mail transfer agents, and so on) on UNIX-like platforms
  • TPIE
    a software environment (written in C++) that facilitates the implementation of external memory algorithms. The goal of theoretical work in the area of external memory algorithms (also called I/O algorithms or out-of-core algorithms) has been to develop algorithms that minimize the Input/Output communication (or just I/O) performed when solving problems on very large data sets
  • uClibc
    a C library for embedded Linux systems. It is much smaller then the GNU C Library, but nearly all applications supported by glibc also work perfectly with uClibc
  • Vmaps
    to access memory provided by mmap() as an array in Python

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