astrds: an incomplete 2d space game

astrds is an intentionally incomplete 2d space game written in Haskell. The code is intended to be a playground for Haskell programmers who want to add their own features and extensions. The implementation is based on SDL and OpenGL and includes simple audio and joystick support.

Source code (Cabal source package): download at


Tenth ICFP Programming Contest

I was a member of the organising team of the Tenth ICFP Programming Contest . The prequel can be followed in this blog . Thanks to all the people who tried to morph and save Endo!

Eelco Dolstra, Jur Hage, Bastiaan Heeren, Stefan Holdermans, Johan Jeu\-ring, Andres L\"oh, Arie Middelkoop, Alexey Rodriguez, John van Schie, Clara L\"oh.
Morph Endo! Report on the Tenth Interstellar Contest on Fuun Programming .
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\Lambda ...

I designed a Lambda cartoon character, living in the universe of functional programming. For example, I created the drawings in the thesis of Andres Löh.