Zen Simulation of robot finding kitten
In this simulation, you play the part of robot. Your task is to
complete the simulation by finding kitten, as is your destiny, and
indeed your wont. You (robot) are represented by the # character, and
you move around with the arrow keys touching things. If the thing you
touch is kitten, you get a cute little animation (which was cuter in
the DOS version) and the simulation ends. Otherwise, you get a brief
description of what it is you touched.
robotfindskitten will NOT compile properly without ncurses headers
(libncursesN-dev in Debian GNU/Linux). Eventually ./configure will warn
you if you do not have it installed.
To compile, make sure you have the ncurses libraries installed, and
simply type "./configure" and then "make".
To install, do the preceeding and then type "make install".
The program is called "robotfindskitte
robotfindskitten for Debian
-- Nick Moffitt <email@example.com>, Tue, 21 Nov 2000 11:27:27 -0800
** EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT ***
Robot Finds Kitten!
San Francisco, 2000 -- In a move that shocked the kitten-location industry, a
group of hackers in the monastery beneath the sea have constructed a zen
simulation that enables users with the premier kitten-finding robot technology.
"We feel that this is a great boon to those who are in danger of losing their
kittens, and wish to practice i
robotfindskitten (1.7320508.406-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Added direntry and rebuilt robotfindsk
I (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote this program.
Pete Peterson (email@example.com) supplied about [many]
This package was debianized by Nick Moffitt <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Tue, 21 Nov 2000 11:27:27
When you hit the escape key, it takes about a second to register. Why?
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