A cross-platform open-source animation program.
I didn't want to deal with Blender, so I checked this out for simple animations. So far, so good. Even at a glance it could have been done far better, but maybe I can make do.
Can install other software provided by Cygwin.
My configuration specific to Babun is currently scattered throughout my git repository, just
findinall Babun (using my
A desktop / launcher thing.
Too annoying to get working.
From the author of Slax, who apparently abandoned that project but has the time to make this one. Sigh.
An amazing (and amazingly-expensive) DVD ripper. Can work with other disks.
I've used this to back up my old DVD discs into
Forked into i3m, which has since become its own independent project.
Like scrabble with words, assemble phrases to do varying degrees of insult-damage.
This definitely should appeal to some people, but it doesn't appeal to me. I think this would be especially attractive to people with an Android phone.
An awkward dungeon management game, with walls you can't dig out, rooms you build but don't know how much of or what size, and an interface that could only be inspired by a 1980s DOS game.
Absolutely not recommended.
Inspired by Dungeon Keeper - (1997 game)
An operating system most notably on mobile phones, but also found on media boxes.
Fundamentally flawed - It is tethered to Google in as many ways as they've made possible. From a time server, to internet traffic compression. From google play requiring an account requiring your verified phone number. From hoops to download and install software from their store. It's fucking awful.
Pause for an amount of time.
Extremely flexible, with the ability to provide a specific date/time, number of hours, minutes and seconds, etc.
For a complex example of use, check out alarm.sh