8th August 2002
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This is the home of Plughole - an implementation of Block Hole for 80x24 serial terminals, written by Marke ``The Chief Slime Monster'' Fincher <email@example.com> at Warwick University in the late eighties. You can run it under an xterm rather than a real terminal, but you can get some of the effect with
xterm -fg green -bg black -geom 80x24
Here's what I've got:
If you like Plughole, there's every chance you'll also like Marke's other efforts, Chicken Vomit and Fishmonger.