Play new version of nbsdgames, ~300KB collection of terminal games including Darrt, Snakeduel and a lot more!

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  • nbsdgames

    A package of 18 text-based modern games

    It is already packaged for a bunch of distros with more on the way, includes a diverse range of games from well-known puzzly ones like a minesweeper clone to more arcade-ish new addictive games you have probably never heard of. https://github.com/abakh/nbsdgames

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  • colors

    Put 24-bit color, nonblocking IO and mouse support into your terminal programs (by ShakaUVM)

    NCURSES is kind of old and clunky to work with, but fairly powerful once you know it. If you want something simpler that does nonblocking I/O, allows you to move the cursor around the screen, and even mouse support and 24-bit color (which NCURSES refuses to implement) in a terminal window, you can try out my colors header-only library - https://github.com/ShakaUVM/colors

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