@elmiko thanks, its open source and once ready will be up for people to play
@elmiko Nope, just use ordinary telnet and it works. At least on linux it will. OSX and windows doesnt have the NCurses library setup and configured by default (though it is almost always there on linux).
So basically on linux nothing to install just point telnet at the server and it will work.
@elmiko I havent plays in many many years seriously. I just really wanted to make a game for the fun of it and I have some cool ideas. Most notable it uses Ncurses over telnet. So while still fully text based there are windows and the ability to draw anywhere on the screen. It lets me do a lot of nice UI things a traditional MUD cant do (like animations) while still letting it run over telnet without the need for a special client.
Also doing a lot of unique ideas in terms of gameplay itself.
Should be a fun a project.
@elmiko Thanks, the screenshot processed changed the colors for some reason. The dragon is blue in the game.
@peterdrake correction, should read "[recentage of americans willing to admit they smoked marijuana"
@Taweret Krang because I'm a sapiosexual who is also into tentacle porn.
@Gargron Ill check this out, thanks man. Hope your doing well otherwise
@Gargron whats a cryptid, or do you mean bigfoot? :)
@Surasanji lol :)
@Gargron I notice your a cat person. Got any pics of your kittum?
@klaatu Temporary setups arent too tricky either. Just hang the wire out of your window when you use it then puill it back in when your done. Or string it up in a tree for a few hours.
@klaatu I used to build them as kids. If you do it right its not too hard, but if you dont know much about radio it can be hard (I'm an RF engineer among other things so I have an advantage :))
Basically you need the right size antenna (or atleast a reallllllly long with with a good view of the sky). You also need to be very particular about how you position the pencil lead.
The place most people mess up is one of those two. But if you have an antenna that goes from the ground up about two stories (usually a wire hanging out of an attic window) then you stand a good chance of hearing something.
Its also important to get the winding count right. Really thin wire is needed on an air core (what is usually useD)
Back when comic book characters taught you something too. One of the simplest radios you can make.
It’s the return of the #GEDI (data). NASA’s laser on the Space_Station has a new look at Earth’s trees 🌳 & the carbon they store. The Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation instrument makes 3D maps 🗺 of forests, like this one in South Carolina.
RT @freemo How star trek really went down.