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A spanish handbook for NetHack
Javier Novoa Cataño
Contributed by Javier Novoa Cataño Edited on July 1, 2004.

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Eric's collection of random nethack stuff -- Eric Wright Visitor's items, Patches, Utilities
Contributed by Dion. Edited on April 9, 2004.
         A few things related to NetHack can be found here; some Perl scripts that show random fortunes or deaths, a patch that shows you how many monsters are dead, and most notably: instructions on how to compile NetHack under CygWin. · no pageviews yet

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