An ASCIIQuarium for Windows Asciiquarium, Perl Scripts Add comments Sep 032011 J. Sommer has created a Windows screensaver port of the ASCIIQuarium! 10 Responses to “An ASCIIQuarium for Windows” Mil says: 2011/10/17 at 3:32 am That’s great, i was looking everywhere and was very sorry that windows port didn’t exist untill now… So please, can you send it via mail or give link to download? Reply Kirk Baucom says: 2011/10/17 at 8:40 pm There’s a download link on the site linked in the post. It’s the link in the upper left hand corner of the page. Reply Veto says: 2013/05/14 at 7:51 pm Not as good as the linux one… Anyway is cool!!! Reply Matthew says: 2013/11/02 at 8:32 am Link is dead … do you have one that works? Reply Kirk Baucom says: 2013/11/02 at 11:31 am That’s a bummer! I’ll try to contact the developer and see if he moved it. I don’t have a copy myself (which seems foolish, in retrospect). Reply Kirk Baucom says: 2013/11/03 at 8:56 pm His site is back now, huzzah! Sounds like he had some kind of issue with his hosting provider. Reply Chaitanya Malhotra says: 2018/01/04 at 3:10 pm please post a mirror, the link is dead. Reply Kirk Baucom says: 2018/01/05 at 9:19 am Unfortunately, I don’t have a copy to post. Hopefully the site will return, it has disappeared in the past. Reply Russell says: 2019/02/17 at 11:52 pm I was fortunate enough to contact the author several years ago and get the source. I made a couple of modifications (like shark collision detection to show the original fish splat animation), and added some new objects. I’m hosting the binary here for anyone interested: https://www.werbweb.com/asciiquarium-windows-screensaver/ Reply Simon says: 2019/03/22 at 8:35 am Hi Russell I’d be interested in getting in contact with you concerning your 1.3 version for Windows. I tried installing/using it on Windows 10 but it seems like there is a problem because it won’t start. Also I’d be interested in those source files, if you want to or are allowed to share them, because I’m learning to use C/C++ myself right now and this looks like a project I’d enjoy understanding and modifying for my studies. Feel free to shoot me an email at contact.simonnageleisen (at) gmail (dot) com if you want. Cheers, Simon Reply Leave a Reply to Matthew Cancel reply Your Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> Name (required) E-mail (required) URI Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.