A Programmed Data Processor for Your Browser

Thursday 12 May 2011, 8:55 pm   //////  

Using this shiny JavaScript PDP-11 emulator, you can play the influential 1973 game Hunt the Wumpus (type USR/GAMES/WUMP after following the instructions to start Unix) in a very suitable context. The FAQ explains why, for instance, backspace has no meaning on the system.

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  1. I like how saying ‘Y’ to instructions results in extensive, slowly typed documentation, followed by a core dump.

    Comment by josh g. — 2011-05-13 @ 12:24 am

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