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wxSpellcast

wxSpellcast is a modern version of Andrew Plotkin's classic X11 "spellcast" game. It features client-server networking and a GTK+ GUI on Unix, thanks to the wxWindows cross-platform development library.

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  •  25 Dec 2002 21:36

    Release Notes: Support for up to 8 players, status window fully functional, and several bugs fixed. Lots of miscellaneous cruft cleanup.

    •  06 Sep 2002 21:26

      Release Notes: Clients now properly report network problems, and a serious, game-crippling bug has been squashed.

      •  04 Sep 2002 04:34

        Release Notes: Fixed a bogus assert and a bug with surrendering, and changed the way that the gesture lists of dead players are handled.

        •  01 Sep 2002 02:21

          Release Notes: A fix for a serious problem with people not dying properly in games containing more than 2 players, and other, more minor changes (plays nicely with gcc 3.0, some cosmetic message adjustments, etc.).

          •  14 Aug 2002 07:15

            Release Notes: Fixed a bunch of broken or not quite working spells, a couple of assert problems, and made lots of cosmetic changes.

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