ZZT in Go (Using a Pascal-to-Go Converter) — Back in the 90s I loved a text-based game called ZZT. It was built by Tim Sweeney who went on to create the Unreal Engine(!) and still has a bit of a cult following. So it’s fascinating to see this work done in translating the Pascal source code to Go and, of course, the similarities between Pascal and Go generally too.
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