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The Icon Bar: News and features: News roundup

News roundup

Posted by Jeffrey Lee on 00:25, 13/1/2005 | ,
  • New Angband ports available
    Antony Sidwell has been up to his usual mischief, and so has 8 updated Angband ports available:
    • Angband 3.0.5
    • UnAngband 0.5.5
    • Zangband 2.7.4c
    • sCthangband 1.0.18
    • Gumband 2.2.3
    • ToME 2.3.1
    • Animeband
    • And finally NPPAngband 0.4.0, although the site warns that this version contains bugs which cause the game to crash without saving. The older, bug-free versions are still available should you need them.

    The Angband porting tools (Angband-Kit) have also been updated.

  • ChessII demo released
    David Pilling has added a demo of ChessII to his website. The demo is available in 26-bit and 32-bit flavours.

  • And finally...
    Three drobe.co.uk readers have won themselves copies of Desktop Repton PLUS. The lucky winners were Ike Busser from The Netherlands, Jeremy Brayshaw from Essex, and Christopher Joseph from Oxford, drobe have reported.

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