Survive the DungeonMade with Pygame
A procedurally generated Roguelike. Navigate infinite labyrinth dungeons. Clear out all the dungeon's inhabitants to win.
There are also some online features:
Recent comments (48)OlivrRogers5 months ago
- the daily dungeon uses a seed from an API server so everyone is playing exactly the same dungeon
- there's high score tables so you can compete to get the best run on a dungeon
- you can see the locations of up to 10 other players that died in the dungeon while you're doing your run
goodAlexandroArteag5 months ago
whatLoganLee156 months ago
how do you swith your items?iuliiapyntia6 months ago
.destroyer136 months ago
It's like dnd! #Real PlayerEvanGraf16 months ago
jMARZ1236 months ago
ima fork this good job mate very impressiveGREG96H6 months ago
so coolBenjaminBlum36 months ago
its image looks interesting, i am going to try it outColoredHue6 months ago
The code hurts me internally.
BBS ClientMade with Go
This Repl runs a client for a Bulletin Board System (BBS) hosted at https://replit.com/@mattiselin/bbs-server.
It's a full terminal client - no webpages here. Behind the scenes it uses a websocket to talk to the server (because you can't telnet to a repl).
If you're logged in to Replit, it should pick up your username automatically. Otherwise you'll be logged in as a guest and have read-only access.
Have fun!Recent comments (34)Classfied3D1 year ago
wowDrDuck27111 year ago
This is really coolSaanvi91 year ago
coolDhairyaPatel221 year ago
I want to host my own personnel server and client but how can i do that? I'm new to coding all in all but if someone can help than thx.Camofrog1 year ago
epic app!RahulChoubey11 year ago
What are the security features of this? Is it vulnerable to SQL injections? Other bad-boy input poisoning?RahulChoubey11 year ago
what is telnet?Spllit1 year ago
This is COOL.SaifullahOMAR1 year ago
C64Made with Nix
This is a functional Commodore 64 development environment with demonstration C and ASM programs. A Makefile is provided and the VICE emulator is used to run the system for testing.
How to Run Programs
Once VICE loads, at the BASIC prompt:LOAD "ASMPROG",8
Once the program loads, you can type:RUN
to run the program.
To load the C program, replace the first
LOADwith this:LOAD "CPROG",8
You can also type your BASIC programs directly into the emulator, for example:10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"20 GOTO 10RUN
Hit the Escape key to stop the program running.
Save & Load (requires fork!)
Once you have written a BASIC program in the emulator, you may want to save it.
myprogs.d64disk is loaded as drive 9 in the emulator for this purpose.
Let's take this BASIC program:10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"
To save,SAVE "HELLO",9
Once saved, you can load the program again after a restart:LOAD "HELLO",9LISTRecent comments (5)Spllit1 year ago
I love it!!mattiselin1 year ago
I've added updates today to this version that enable usage of a terminal to access external BBS sites (and other Telnet servers).
This can be tried out by running:LOAD "*",10,1RUN
This will load
StrikeTerm, a terminal program that you can use to connect to Telnet sites across the internet. The repl also runs a
telnetdserver so you can log in to your repl's shell from within the emulated Commodore 64.
StrikeTermis running, hit
Mand set the modem to "User Port"
F3to open the terminal
atand hit Enter/Return - if you see
okon the screen, the software is talking to the emulated modem!
atdt <server.com>:<port>to connect to
server.com:portvia Telnet. Many BBS's run on Telnet allowing you to access them via the emulator!
https://www.reddit.com/r/retrobattlestations/ runs a BBS at bbs.fozztexx.com (
atdt bbs.fozztexx.com) that you can try out.mattiselin2 years ago
Update! This is now available in template form here: https://replit.com/@mattiselin/Commodore-64?v=1 - including code intelligence for C code and some other cleanups.gbraad2 years ago
Also have a look at the
README.mdas this offers a build toolchain to deal with
cfiles that get compiled and inserted in a virtual disk.
You can load the programs with
LOAD "CPROG",8followed by
RUNto start them...
... and all of this withoutREADY.LOADPRESS PLAY ON TAPELOADING...READY.RUN
Thanks!amasad2 years ago
My favorite program to run is the maze:
10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10
p.s. don't forget to type
RUNafter you're done.
x64_osdevMade with Nix
This is everything you need to get started writing an operating system for x86-64 CPUs - up to putting a "Hello World!" string on the screen.Recent comments (2)CSharpIsGud2 years ago
About time replit put something worthy of being in the similar repls on my operating system.