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Asteroids is a simulator of TOEFL iBT client, which will help those students who wanna take TOEFL iBT examination.

The origin of Asteroids is a group project as the homework of our Software Engineering Course.

The first milestone is June, 2009. At that time, the basic function will be developed, and the client can run well. The second milestone will be around September, 2009. We try to make it as a stable and useful program for those who is going to attack TOEFL iBT. The project is open source under BSD License The media files for program testing, which are included in this project, are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0

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