I found some nice
Eliza-Chatbots, which can also use german-language. One of them is Alicebot, which got the Loebner Prize two times. I use PyAIML, located in the Downloads/interpreters-section with a german aiml file. There is also some interessting, german master-work, which describes how Eliza and Alicebot works.
Recently I found this page, where you can play serveral old
games (Super Mario Bros 1-3, Bubble Bobble, ...) in the
I'm current playing ToME (see Screenshots), a rogue-like game with ASCII-graphic (a graphical version is also available). ToME is an advancement of Angband, which itself is the predecessor of
Diablo, but has a deeper gameplay (e.g. you must take food after several turns or you die slowly) . Moreover, there exists a nice mobile version, called Dweller, which can be played on almost any mobile phone. Another interessting and more known game is
nethack. Falconeye is some graphical nethack-version.
The original sources with automake can be found under craft_3.5.orig.tar.gz. The patch for the new features can be found here. Use this patch AFTER applying all Debian patches. I'm not responsible to any damage which might occure with this patch.
NOTE: There seems to be no maintenance neither from the original author Uwe Beyer nor from Falk Hueffner.
Projects I made. Something funny can be found here (= C64 Textdisplayer).
Mopla short form of Mobile Programming Language for any Mobile Phones, which provides the j2me-standard. Its primary feature is the input of all programming instruction over the phone keypad.
TextSchnapsen - an Austrian Card-playing game which can be used on Mobile Phone (using the j2me-standard) or on Posix like systems (like Linux), as well as (Win-)Dos and the Commodore 64.
TermDesk - a userfriendly desktop for terminals using ASCII/ANSI Characters and mouse.
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