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This is my start screen for the terminal hacker game. Just trying to share progress here and keep myself motivated.

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Here is my start Screen for the hacker game.

TerminalHacker

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Looking good everyone! Love the skynet reference @ms81dev lol

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Nice Old School Menu box!

Keep motivated! I went through the first version of this course and had a blast. I created a version of brick breaker for my son when he was in middle school. I used his head for the ball, school books for bricks, and pictures of his school and teachers for background. I called it “Hit the books” and the kid loved it. Lots of fun projects.

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Here is my menu. Not as cool as the others here, but I do give a shout out to Digital Research. That’s pretty old school!

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We all have our dreams :rofl:

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Here is mine, reminds me of MS DOS and Visual Basic that I used back in late 80s and early 90s
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A lot of you have some nice screens! Mine was a bit too wordy so I had to cut a lot out :joy: but I like how mine came out in the end.

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Here’s my Terminal Hacker menu.

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Some fun looking screens! Here’s mine

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Showing the terminal nerd in me.!

Is there a way to reduce the text size and make sure that word wrap is further to the right of the text area?

Eh, here’s mine. :slight_smile:

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That looks awesome! Like the shadow effect. How you managed that?

& here’s mine :smiley:

There are some great Terminals above me. Some of them remind me of my Linux terminal ! Here is my Contribution.

@matachan , If you look at the character map for the font that’s used, there are a lot of special characters. In the “old days” people would use them for drawing crude text based interfaces. If you google “code page 437” you can see the character map.