MyMan is an open source text-mode videogame inspired by Namco’s Pac-Man.
It is an unofficial and unlicensed clone of the original Pac-Man and Puckman games and of their sequels and imitators, and is not endorsed by Namco Bandai Games Inc., owners of the Pac-Man and Puckman registered trademarks and copyrights.
It produces plain-text and HTML screenshots which may give a reasonable approximation of how it will look in a text terminal.
- Different sizes.
- “raw” backend – uses no external libraries.
- Various backends including AA-Lib, Allegro, LibGGO/LibGII, Twin.
- Variants available.
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