Jeremy Penner SpindleyQ
  • Joined on 2023-11-17

A mashup of Bomberman and Pac-Man, which are basically the same game, if you squint hard enough.

Updated 2023-11-17 03:44:08 +00:00

Tennis For Two is a re-creation of William Higinbotham's semi-famous 1958 videogame, playable without an oscilloscope over the internet. (project is dormant, imported from SourceForge)

Updated 2023-11-17 03:43:16 +00:00

libclosure is a small library that allows C programs to create functions with data attached. (project is dormant, imported from SourceForge)

Updated 2023-11-17 03:42:32 +00:00

Edtris is, on the surface, a very boring game of Tetris. It doesn't keep score, it doesn't speed up, the rotation algorithm is wonky. But if you play for a bit and then press the "E" key... well, something a bit magic happens.

Updated 2023-11-17 03:40:11 +00:00

An attempt at implementing rich Fennel integration with lite-xl

Updated 2023-11-17 03:38:37 +00:00

An x86 assembler, built with Forth. The Forth is implemented in QBasic.

Updated 2023-11-17 03:36:41 +00:00

A small game being written from scratch on a 286 in Turbo C++ 1.0 for MS-DOS PCs. Requires an EGA graphics card. Includes an implementation of Forth that can be embedded in a C program and controlled over a serial port, and which supports "green thread"-like round-robin co-operative multitasking (with some limitations when calling from C->Forth).

Updated 2023-11-17 03:36:13 +00:00

Honeylisp is a programming environment for livecoding the Apple II, written in Fennel and based on the lite code editor. It also currently contains the work-in-progress code for an Apple II port of Neut Tower, as the development of this game is driving the development of the environment.

Updated 2023-11-17 03:35:49 +00:00

Neut Tower - A game made on an MS-DOS 286 for the Global Game Jam using Turbo C and a custom Forth dialect. Built on the pete286 Jorth ( jean forth) engine.

Updated 2023-11-17 03:34:34 +00:00

A telnet server for collaboratively creating ANSI art (and games?) in realtime

Updated 2023-11-17 03:33:43 +00:00