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It has been used in a wide variety of programs, including a conversion of Quake II which allows the 3D game to be played on dumb terminals, and to let media players output in text mode (Xine, MPlayer, VLC).
- "aaquake2 - Text Mode Quake II". Retrieved 2006-12-11.
- "Watch Videos in ASCII Art". Linux Multimedia Hacks. O'Reilly. Retrieved 2006-12-11.
- "The tarball of source code, with a COPYING file inside".
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