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Kisekae viewer

from http://embyquinn.tripod.com/history.html

KiSS is an acronym for Kisekae Set System. "Kisekae" is a Japanese word
used in reference to changing clothes. "Kisekae ningyo" is the Japanese
term for what we call in America a "fashion doll" (such as Barbie).

In 1991, a Japanese computer programmer known as MIO.H released a
viewing platform and related image archives, or "kisekae sets",
specifically designed to bring the "fashion doll" concept into the
digital world. The result is something of a cross between a paper doll
and a computer game. With the appropriate viewer for their operating
system, a computer user could download various doll "sets" and play with
them on their desktop.  The Kisekae Set System, or KiSS, was originally
inspired by the dress-up games young girls play with fashion dolls. The
KiSS computer game found a much broader audience, and today there are
KiSS sets for every age, taste and orientation. Some KiSS sets weren't
even dolls--there were puzzles, board games, maps, even virtual models
like the Space Cruiser Yamato. These came to be called "Aberrant KiSS"
to distinguish them from the regular doll sets.

Build dependencies

pkgtools/x11-links pkgtools/cwrappers devel/gmake

Runtime dependencies

archivers/lha

Available binary packages

alpha:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
alpha:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
mips64eb:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
powerpc:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
sparc64:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
sparc64:fkiss-0.33anb1.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)

Binary packages can be installed with pkgin or pkg_add(1). The NetBSD packages collection is also designed to permit easy installation from source.

Available build options

(none)

Known vulnerabilities

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