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posted by pravit
on Dec 14, 2012 -
, is a metroidvania
game where you collect letters in order to complete words and make obstacles disappear so that you can continue exploring. The game ends when you find every letter. [more inside]
posted by ersatz
on Aug 5, 2012 -
Battle for Asciion
[Flash] is an old school shoot 'em up in the vein of R-Type
, with an additional nod to ROFLcopter
. Viewable in your choice of black-and-green, black-and-amber or black-and-white displays, along with a Textshot™ function for preserving those 1337
posted by Smart Dalek
on Apr 27, 2012 -
will let you draw ASCII art with a mouse and skip a lot of painstaking space-bar-hitting.
posted by ignignokt
on Aug 5, 2011 -
ASCII art of 12 April 1888.
A map of Michigan's dry counties. "We found this part troublesome enough to set, and if any printer thinks it a simple job, he may try it for two or three days."
posted by jjray
on Dec 9, 2009 -
Your World of Text
is an infinite grid of text editable by any visitor. The changes made by other people appear on your screen as they happen. Everyone starts in the same place, but you can scroll through the world using your mouse. [more inside]
posted by grobstein
on Aug 14, 2009 -
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posted by four panels
on Oct 30, 2006 -
Flashcii is a tool for creating ascii animations. Flaschii converts image files into ascii art, and provides a Flash-inspired interface for building animated sequences.
Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
posted by crunchland
on Apr 7, 2005 -
is an tool that helps ease the pain of creating ASCII art. In the days before GIFs, ASCII art roamed the plains
of the Internet; people created hundreds
of text-based pictures. Some spectacular examples
are out there, but the rise of the graphical web has put a crimp in this art form. Perhaps tools like JAVE and FIGlet
can help stave off the end
posted by snarkout
on Jul 10, 2001 -
I am speechless.
I can't imagine the time and effort it took to create this. Unless of course there is some program out there that will do it for you. If there is, then it is just "kewl."
posted by da5id
on Jul 27, 2000 -
Much in the spirit of the ASCII Star Wars
site, Neale over at wetlog
has unveiled an short ASCII version of American Beauty
(when is the academy going to finally recognize the brilliant work of ASCII illustrators everywhere?). He's also running a contest
for players of The Sims
. I've been thinking about getting this game since I first saw it, but Neale's contest is enough to push me over the edge and actually buy it. I'd like to try getting my Sims to perform either Magnolia
or The Ice Storm
posted by mathowie
on Mar 1, 2000 -