Durdraw is an ASCII and ANSI drawing and playback program for UNIX-like systems (Linux, OSX, FreeBSD, etc) that supports frame-based animation, attempting to make ANSI and ASCII art animation work more like a traditional animation studio.
Durdraw runs in the terminal and is shell script friendly, for those wanting to spice up their automations.
You can download the latest version from the Github page.
For Amiga fonts dMG's Fonts is recommended.
Running in Linux (mrxvt):
An older version in OSX (iTerm):
Use the arrow keys (or mouse) and other keys to edit, much like a text editor.
usage: durdraw [-h] [-p PLAY [PLAY ...]] [-q | -w | -x TIMES] [--nomouse] [-u UNDOSIZE] [-V] [filename] positional arguments: filename .dur or ascii file to load optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -p PLAY [PLAY ...], --play PLAY [PLAY ...] Just play .dur file or files, then exit -q, --quick Skip startup screen -w, --wait Pause at startup screen -x TIMES, --times TIMES Play X number of times (requires -p) --nomouse Disable mouse support -u UNDOSIZE, --undosize UNDOSIZE Set the number of undo history states - default is 100. More requires more RAM, less saves RAM. -V, --version Show version number and exit