Enrico Horn has combined Tom Proudfoot's SLASH V6 and NetHack 3.2.2, the result of which is called SLASH 4.1.2-8 beta. It comes in two versions, one without the blackmarket level and one with it. Binaries for DOS and patches for several platforms are available. There is also a Tile Editor for DOS available on his site. |
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Auto me tis 40ares sto Mega sas afinei paegra adiaforous asoume??? Oi ellinides 40sth noikokures einai arage toso apegnwsmenes oso 8a deixnei i seira? Fusika auto to ilikiako group den me afora afou exw akoma polla polla pollaktl xronia akoma gia na to aggiksw. Tss. Yeah Auto me ti genia twn 600e pali nomizete oti 8a apodidei petuximena (oxi intvdual-ize way epituxia, ws epituxia/ikanopoiisi twn kanalouxwn) to dramatisneas_genias? Episis auto me tis gwnies tis polis pou apokaluptei tis krufes geustikes DIE8NEIS gwnies, oi opoies meta pauoun na einai mustikes gwnies, isws kai prin bebaia na min itan krufes, oute kan gwnies, alla that's my point, tipota? Kamia sugkinisi?? |
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