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GTK+ NetHack -- Issei Numata Patches
         Apart from a Japanese version of NetHack 3.2.2, featuring a new character, the JNetHack page also has a version of NetHack 3.2 running under GTK+. This is a patch, so you need the NetHack 3.2.2 sources and a copy of the GTK+ library; but if you can compile it, you get pseudo-3D tiles (or at least 32x32 tiles,) and a 'radar' window! · no pageviews yet

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