langterm - 🕹️ WebGL-based VT220 emulator, made as a learning example and frontend for a text adventure

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This is a WebGL-based VT220 emulator with a simple fallback for non-JS/non-WebGL/non-desktop browsers. Made as a learning example and frontend for a cute text adventure game. Also used as my home page on https://langworth.com/, hence the extra files.

https://langworth.com/
https://github.com/statico/langterm

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