software version of the pencil and paper game
Mash is a software implementation of the little pencil and paper game by the same name. It is often played by teenage girls (and maybe guys, too), and is supposed to be able to determine what the person's future will be like. Does it work? Who knows. Currently it is implemented using the FOX GUI toolkit, which allows it to be ported with ease to both X11 (over GNU/Linux, BSD, etc.) and other systems.
released on 17 August 2003
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