Apple Includes Hidden Games in Terminal

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Date: Thursday, December 28th, 2006, 09:21
Category: Fun

Well, it’s more a part of emacs and code written by Richard M. Stallman, but a cool article over at digg.com shows a full video of how to access hidden games within Mac OS X’s Terminal program:



Mac OS X Hidden Games – video powered by Metacafe

Otherwise, just follow the following instructions:
Type into terminal:
ls /usr/share/emacs/21.2/lisp/play
Get the name of what you want to play
type:
emacs
press escape and x at the same time
type your game ex: tetris
I you’ve heard of any other easter eggs or have ideas or comments, let us know.


Well, it’s more a part of emacs and code written by Richard M. Stallman, but a cool article over at digg.com shows a full video of how to access hidden games within Mac OS X’s Terminal program:



Mac OS X Hidden Games – video powered by Metacafe

Otherwise, just follow the following instructions:
Type into terminal:
ls /usr/share/emacs/21.2/lisp/play
Get the name of what you want to play
type:
emacs
press escape and x at the same time
type your game ex: tetris
I you’ve heard of any other easter eggs or have ideas or comments, let us know.

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One Response to “Apple Includes Hidden Games in Terminal”

  1. That’s part of emacs, and RMS (Richard M Stallman, developer of emacs) would be on the verge of suing you if he realized you were giving Apple credit for his work!

    Better watch out!

    D