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NetHack

You’ve got to love any site that has a dedicated NetHack category:

TTYShare is the webservice that allows anyone to upload his/her ttyrec data and to view/share it online.

Since this service is now in beta stage, online tty player is still experimental, and doesn’t support full tty sequences yet. Current player limitations:

  • Support only 80×24 tty data
  • Support only utf-8 encoded data
  • Does not support some tty sequences

TTYShare ([via agbiotec on Twitter]

Brian Jepson

I’m a tinkerer and finally reached the point where I fix more things than I break. When I’m not tinkering, I’m probably editing a book for Maker Media.


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  1. s. says:

    …if you like Roguelikes, you should definitely check Dwarf Fortress.

    People built working calculators using pressure plates, levers, floodgates and water in that game.

  2. ant0no says:

    You can also check out http://shelr.tv/
    It uses ttyrec or script as backend for recording and allows replaying of remote records in your own terminal or in html5 player.