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Submission + - id Software's Original 'Softdisk' Games Open-Source (phoronix.com)

An anonymous reader writes: The original games developed by John Carmack, John Romero, and Adrian Carmack at Softdisk where the legendary programmers originally met and went on to start id Software, have been open-sourced under the GPLv2. The games are now owned by Flat Rock Software and the open-source titles available are Catacomb, The Catacomb, Catacomb 3D, Catacomb Abyss, and Hovertank3D. The oldest of these games are written in Borland Turbo Pascal while the others are in Borland C++. The source-code can be downloaded from GitHub.
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id Software's Original 'Softdisk' Games Open-Source

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