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XFrisk

Frisk is a networked version of the Parker Brothers' classic game of strategy. It is a faithful reproduction, and includes some computer players, an API for creating computer players, and a chat facility for talking to other players. Its design is client-server, using TCP/IP sockets for communication, and the source is mostly well organized and commented. It was tested on Linux and *BSD, but should work on most *nixes with X installed.

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  •  28 Jan 2000 00:00

    Release Notes: Bugfixes, colormapping and GUI speed improvements, and new features.

    •  09 Jul 1998 21:26

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      12 Jan 2004 22:41 aboyd

      Re: Invalid link...

      > Homepage link no longer exists... the
      > user page on the server still exists but
      > the page mentions nothing about XFrisk.

      You can get to their CVS server, which is brewing a 1.3 release, here:

      http://cvs.morphy.iki.fi/xfrisk/

      However, I have not gone into the CVS to look at the commits. Perhaps there hasn't been a commit in years. Anyway, you'll find documentation there and other stuff.

      -Anthony

      13 Sep 1999 13:57 bmacy

      Invalid link...
      Homepage link no longer exists... the user page on the server still exists but the page mentions nothing about XFrisk.

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