Edited on September 24, 2002.|
Eva has written a couple of pages with information about NetHack and SLASH'EM, among others a list of differences between the two. She also wrote (and hosts) a categorised list of NetHack Spoilers, which might help a lot in finding a particular piece of information. On this site, you can also find an updated version of nhk, a Perl program that shows you how the enemy is doing: it compiles a list of high scores for monsters from your logfile. |
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