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Gnome Mines, etc. -- Kelly Bailey Downloads and variants, Patches
Edited on September 24, 2002.
         If you are bored with the Gnomish Mines, here you can find a patch to add some more variety to the end level and the mine town. There is also a DOS binary available. To accomplish this, Kelly wrote some patches to the level compiler, which you can download here too. For AllegroHack there is a nice tileset that uses letters in different fonts for all monsters; for DOS, there is a special NetHack font.
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Dion August 12, 2004
See also Kelly Bailey's HECK and Kelly Bailey's NetHack Additions.

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