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0.)  News flashes
1.)  What are the roguelike games?
2.)  List of major roguelike games
3.)  List of minor roguelike games
4.)  List of older roguelike games
5.)  List of "multi-user roguelike games"
6.)  What are *not* roguelike games?
7.)  How to get files by FTP 
8.)  About this FAQ...


Subject: 0.) News flashes 10/01/96: Rogue's Quest: Version 1.0j
Subject: 1.) What are the roguelike games? A long time ago, on a computer system far, far, away, there was rogue. Players wandered a dungeon, hacking and slashing at monsters, gaining treasures, becoming more powerful, and living their D&D nightmares. Rogue was a good game; people still play it. It was even distributed with many copies of Unix. But rogue is a relatively simple and limited game compared to most of the descendants it has spawned... Although the common features of rogue and its many descendants are 'obvious' to many people, they are difficult to describe in simple terms. Generally, the games mentioned below are single-user, fantasy role-playing computer games, generally set in a dungeon, run with a simple character-graphic interface. In all of the games, the player controls a single character, who roams around getting more powerful, in order to fulfill a difficult quest. Sword-and-sorcery rule the day. Logistically, they're all free games; executables, and generally sources, are available by FTP. The similarities end there, though. More information can be found in the 6 UseNet newsgroups dedicated to rogue and its descendants - rec.games.roguelike.nethack, rec.games.roguelike.moria, rec.games.roguelike.rogue, rec.games.roguelike.angband, rec.games.roguelike.misc, and rec.games.roguelike.announce (alt.games.omega belongs in this list, but is a poorly propagated group, which many readers cannot access.) Below are listed basic information about all roguelike games known to me, in alphabetical order. I've listed the main ftp site(s) for each game; however, it's polite to use mirror sites, if closer to you, especially if you're not in the same continent.
Subject: 2.) List of major roguelike games A long time ago, on a computer system far, far, away, there was rogue. Players wandered a dungeon, hacking and slashing at monsters, gaining treasures, becoming more powerful, and living their D&D nightmares. Rogue was a good game; people still play it. It was even distributed with many copies of Unix. But rogue is a relatively simple and limited game compared to most of the descendants it has spawned... Although the common features of rogue and its many descendants are 'obvious' to many people, they are difficult to describe in simple terms. Generally, the games mentioned below are single-user, fantasy role-playing computer games, nearly always set in a dungeon, run with a simple character-graphic interface. In all of the games, the player controls a single character, who roams around getting more powerful, in order to fulfill a difficult quest. Sword-and-sorcery rule the day. Logistically, they're almost all free games; executables, and usually sources, are available by FTP. The similarities end there, though. More information can be found in the 6 UseNet newsgroups dedicated to rogue and its descendants - rec.games.roguelike.nethack, rec.games.roguelike.moria, rec.games.roguelike.rogue, rec.games.roguelike.angband, rec.games.roguelike.misc, and rec.games.roguelike.announce (alt.games.omega belongs in this list, but is a poorly propagated group, which many readers cannot access.) Below are listed basic information about all roguelike games known to me. I've listed the main ftp site(s) for each game; however, it's polite to use mirror sites, if closer to you, especially if you're not in the same continent. I've grouped the listings into 'major' games (those with their own newsgroups), 'minor' games (other current games), and 'older' games (games that haven't been updated in several years.). Most of my information comes from trolling the various newsgroups; if your favorite game isn't listed, send mail to rgra@bronze.lcs.mit.edu If you have WWW access, (Mosaic, Lynx, NetScape, etc.) a Home Page for many of the more popular Roguelike games is at: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/ GAME: Angband Release: 2.7.9v6 (06 Aug 96) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.angband FTP Site: ftp://ftp.cis.ksu.edu/pub/Games/Angband/ ftp://ftp.cis.ksu.edu/pub/Games/Angband/ ftp://export.andrew.cmu.edu/angband (developers' site) FAQ Avail: jth@paranoia.com (Jason Holtzapple) (01/96) Spoilers: ftp://export.andrew.cmu.edu/angband/Help ftp://dunadan.imvi.com/pub/angband/angfaq2.txt WWW: http://www.voicenet.com/~benh/Angband/ http://www.paranoia.com/~jth/angband/ (unofficial) Maint.: Ben Harrison <benh@voicenet.com> (03/95) Platforms: Unix, Linux, DOS, OS2, MS-Windows, Mac, Amiga, etc. Features: infinite random dungeon. unique monsters and artifacts. Misc: Still somewhat close to Moria in feel. Variants: BAngband (obsolete), FAngband, SAngband (0.8), QAngband (1.4.1) Some unofficial variants live in ftp.cis.ksu.edu:/pub/upload Some people prefer PC Angband 1.4, available at KSU. GAME: Moria Release: 5.5.2 (07/26/94) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.moria (was rec.games.moria) FTP Site: ftp://ftp.cis.ksu.edu/pub/Games/Moria/ or mail 'help' to mailserver@cis.ksu.edu FAQ Avail: grabiner@msri.org (David Grabiner) Posted biweekly. http://remarque.berkeley.edu/~grabiner/moriafaq.html Spoilers: At the ftp site. WWW: http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~beej/moria/moria.html Platforms: Unix, PC, Mac, VMS, Amiga, Atari, ... Features: Infinite dungeon. Restocking stores. 6 classes/8 races. Misc: What is generally discussed is more properly called Umoria Variants: PMoria, IMoria (VMS only; see Moria FAQ), Morgul, Druid Moria, Purple X (Mac), CWMMoria (Amiga), DoomsDay 2000 (VMS/PC?); see also Angband, BOSS. GAME: NetHack Release: 3.2.1 (6/12/96) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.nethack (was rec.games.hack) FTP Site: ftp://ftp.uu.net:/pub/games/nethack FAQ Avail: posted biweekly Spoilers: ftp.uu.net:/usenet/comp.sources.games/volume13/nh-spoilers3/* ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/nethack/ (WCST spoilers, monster listings, game variants, etc) WWW: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/nethack/ (Japanese mirror at: ftp.ae.keio.ac.jp:/pub/doc/nethack) http://www.engin.umich.edu/~mneylon/nethack/ Platforms: Unixes, Mac, PC, NT, OS/2, Amiga, VMS, Atari, X Features: Everything including the kitchen sink Misc: ChrHack and NhSound PC add-ons available (for 3.1.3) Variants: Hack Lite (see below), NetHack--, NetHack+, NHTNG, SLASH (all still based on 3.1.3 for the moment)
Subject: 3.) List of minor roguelike games Listed below are what I know of the 'minor' roguelike games. In most cases, my information is pretty skimpy, and way out-of-date. GAME: ADOM (Ancient Dungeons of Mystery) Release: 0.9.4 Gamma 4 (07 Jan 1997) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc; rec.games.roguelike.adom proposed FTP Site: ftp://crescent.dartmouth.edu/ ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/adom/ ftp://members.aol.com/brannalbin/ FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? WWW: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/adom/ Maint.: biskup@jupiter.informatik.uni-dortmund.de (Thomas Biskup) Platforms: Intel hardware: MS-DOS, MS-Windows, Windows 95 and Linux Amiga port "Real Soon Now" Features: 10 races; 12 classes; 22 skills; quests; lots of items / monsters Misc: Source not available GAME: Alphaman Release: 1.1 (6/95) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp://win.tue.nl:/pub/games/alphaman/ ftp://ftp.dungeon.com://pub/msdos/games/Misc/ ftp://ftp.indirect.com:/pub/software/games/ FAQ Avail: 76473.225@compuserve.com (Jeffrey Olson) Spoilers: ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/alphaman/alphaman.spl WWW: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/alphaman/index.html Maint.: 76473.225@compuserve.com (Jeffrey Olson) Platforms: MS-DOS only (640K, color required) Features: Mutations Misc: Shareware GAME: Hack Release: ? (1.0.2, 1.0.3, 5.2 are all floating around) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.nethack or rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: check comp.sources.games (or net.sources) archive sites ftp://ftp.cica.indiana.edu/pub/pc/win3/games/ (MS-Windows) (requires /pub/pc/win3/utils/w_one49.zip ) ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/nethack/Msdos/ (MsDos) FAQ Avail: No Spoilers: ? Platforms: Unix, PCs, Atari ST, probably others Features: And your little dog too! Misc: Distributed with some Unixes GAME: Hack Lite Release: 2.8.1 (07/94) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.nethack or rec.games.roguelike.misc or comp.sys.amiga.games FTP Site: wuarchive.wustl.edu (or any AmiNET site) /pub/aminet/game/role/HackLite2_1.lha ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/nethack/ or /Amiga (binaries only, source not available) FAQ Avail: No Spoilers: No Platforms: Amiga, MS-DOS Features: graphics; contact ponds!squink!biljir@dg-rtp.dg.com (Alan Beale) Misc: "NetHack made simple" GAME: Omega Release: 0.80 patch level 2 (94/07/??), "0.81" (Mac) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc, alt.games.omega FTP Site: ftp://ftp.std.com/src/games/ (0.75) ftp://ftp.cc.monash.edu.au/monu1/pub/ (Amiga, DOS, source, 0.80.2) ftp://sumex-aim.stanford.edu/info-mac/game/ ftp://ftp.pht.com/pub/mac/info-mac/game/adv/ (0.80.2 Mac) FAQ Avail: Posted by cory@wwa.com (Cory L. Kerens) Spoilers: Occasionally posted. (by whom???) WWW: http://www.alcyone.com/max/projects/omega/ http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/omega/ http://www.st.rim.or.jp/~fuk/games/omega/ Maint.: Erik Max Francis (omega@alcyone.darkside.com) (02/95) sheldon@atlcom.net (Sheldon Simms) (Mac version, 01/97) Platforms: Unix, PC, Amiga, Atari ST, MS-Windows, OS/2, Mac Features: Multi-dungeons; Fractional speeds; Quests; Personality Misc: Tom O Breton (tob@world.std.com) was working on a rewrite in 1994. GAME: PMoria Release: ? Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.moria (was rec.games.moria) FTP Site: ? FAQ Avail: No Spoilers: No Platforms: ? Features: More classes/races/spells/monsters. Quiver slot. Misc: Descended from UMoria 5.5 Maintained by jls11@po.CWRU.Edu (John L. Spetz) GAME: Ragnarok Release: 2.4 Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl:/pub/games/ragnarok/ (executable only) ftp://poppy.engr.ucdavis.edu/rag22.exe (old executable only) FAQ Avail: last posted by Boudewijn Wayers <dedos4@win.tue.nl> Spoilers: ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl:/pub/games/ragnarok/ WWW: http://thor.chemie.uni-dortmund.de/misc/ragnarok.htm http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/ragnarok/index.html http://pixel.cs.vt.edu/auburn/jangert/rag.html Maint.: Thomas Boyd <FunBoy@ix.netcom.com> Platforms: MS-DOS + VGA; may be ported if there is interest/resources Features: NetHackish game with graphics; Norse mythos; quests Misc: Shareware release (12/94) of commercial game. No source available. GAME: Rogue's Quest Release: 1.0j (01 Oct 96) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp://users.aol.com/roguequest/ (try this site first) ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/pw/pwung/ FAQ Avail: No Spoilers: No WWW: http://users.aol.com/roguequest/index.html (with frames) http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/rogue_quest/ (?) Maint.: Pearson Wung <pwung@netcom.com> Platforms: MS-Windows 3.1 or later (i.e. Win95 or WinNT) Features: Graphical interface; editable dungeons Misc: This game is still under construction but a new "preview" version is available roughly every two or three months. GAME: The Land Release: ? Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ? FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? Platforms: IBM PC with CGA graphics Features: ? Misc: Set in the world of Thomas Covenant; probably copyrighted GAME: The UnReal World (URW) Release: 2.09 (01/23/96) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp://nic.funet.fi:/pub/msdos/games/rpg/ ftp://win.tue.nl/pub/games/urw/ FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? WWW: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/urw/ Maint.: Sami Maaranen <smaarane@muikku.jmp.fi> Platforms: MS-DOS (286 min) Features: Wilderness survival; no magic; realistic details Misc: Shareware
Subject: 4.) List of older roguelike games Listed below are the older roguelike games. These games have not been updated in several years. This is either because people lost interest in them, or because they're perfect and don't need updates :-) GAME: BOSS Release: 2.0 (07/92) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.moria (was rec.games.moria) FTP Site: ftp://ftp.cis.ksu.edu:/pub/Games/Moria/BOSS/ FAQ Avail: At the ftp site Spoilers: At the ftp site Platforms: VMS, Mac (beta) Features: Cyberpunk Moria Misc: "A game you can win in a weekend" Mac beta version supported by markv@isy.liu.se GAME: Keep Release: Not publically available. Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: None. FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? Platforms: ? Features: Escape from a keep, starting in the garden Misc: Last sighted at UCSC in 1991 Cannot be released for legal reasons. GAME: Larn Release: 12.2 was posted to comp.sources.games Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp.uu.net:/usenet/comp.sources.games/volume11/larn (192.48.96.9) ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/pub/msdos/games/adventures/ ftp://nic.funet.fi/pub/msdos/games/adventures/ ftp://atari.archive.umich.edu/ ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/games/larn/ FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? Web: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/larn/index.html Platforms: PCs, Unix, Atari ST, Amiga, more? Features: Time-limited quest; no character classes; variable difficulty Misc: Good beginner game. Executables I've seen have exploitable bugs. Ularn is a descendant of Larn, adding character classes. GAME: Lore Release: ? Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ? FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? WWW: ? Maint.: ? Platforms: IBM mainframe Features: Dungeon + wilderness section with villages Misc: Last sighted at the University of Iowa in 82-84. Can't save unless your character is in a village. GAME: Rogomatic Release: ? Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.rogue FTP Site: ftp.uu.net:/pub/games/rogomatic.tar.Z ftp://nl.cs.cmu.edu/usr/mlm/ftp/ FAQ Avail: ? WWW: See the Rogue page for details: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike/rogue/ Or the original paper: http://fuzine.mt.cs.cmu.edu/mlm/rgm84.html Spoilers: This *is* a spoiler! Platforms: Unix; "should run on a NeXT, a Sun, and Vaxes" Features: Plays rogue for you! Well! Misc: *Very* version-dependant, apparently GAME: Rogue Release: 5.3 ? Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.rogue (was rec.games.rogue) FTP Site: Only "officially" released as VAX binaries with BSD Unix ftp.uu.net:usenet/comp.sources.games/volume1/rogue (Stoehr clone) ftp://macbeth.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/pub/ } 1984 PC port (Lane) ftp://ftp.digex.net/pub/access/buglady/ } v 1.1 Mr.McTesq WWW: http://www.win.tue.nl/games/roguelike FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? Platforms: Unix, PC, Atari ST, Amiga (by Epyx); Mac version 'in progress' Features: ? Misc: This is where it all started; urogue and srogue and bugs, oh my!
Subject: 5.) List of "multi-user roguelike games" Listed below are "multi-user roguelike games". Yeah, yeah, I know, I said at the top that all roguelike games were single-player. I lied. GAME: Myth Release: 1.07 (05/95) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: ftp.iesd.auc.dk:/pub/games/myth/myth-1.07.tar.gz (source) ftp.iesd.auc.dk:/pub/games/myth/binary/sparc.tar.Z (SPARC executable) FAQ Avail: No Spoilers: No WWW: No Platforms: SPARC binary, source should be portable (tested on Linux) Features: "proof of concept for a multiplayer roguelike game" Misc: Latest revisions by Per Abrahamsen <myth@iesd.auc.dk> GAME: Phantasia Release: 3.1.3 (June 1986) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc FTP Site: Archie sez: ftp://emx.cc.utexas.edu/pub/mnt/source/games/ ftp://ftp.cfi.waseda.ac.jp/pub3/bsd-sources/NET2/var/games/phantasia/* qiclab.scn.rain.com:/pub/games/phantasia.tar.Z ugle.unit.no:/pub/unix/bsd-sources/games/phantasia/* 10 bytes of fame for locating a site with working SOURCE code... FAQ Avail: ? Spoilers: ? Platforms: Berkeley Unix Features: Multiuser game. Misc: ? GAME: Crossfire Release: crossfire-0.93 (Jan 1997) Newsgroup: rec.games.roguelike.misc, also an active mailing list (send mail to crossfire-request@ifi.uio.no with the subject "subscribe") FTP Site: Primary: ftp://ftp.i.net/pub/crossfire2/ (192.243.32.18) ftp://ftp.ifi.uio.no/pub/crossfire/ (129.240.82.2) Secondary: ftp://yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au/pub/crossfire/ (130.194.9.1) ftp://ftp.cs.city.ac.uk/pub/games/crossfire/ ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/unix/games/crossfire/ (130.238.127.3) ftp://ftp.cs.titech.ac.jp/pub/games/crossfire/ FAQ Avail: In INSTALL directory of source distribution. Spoilers: With release (in doc sub directory) and 'around the Web' WWW: /www.cm.cf.ac.uk:/Crossfire/">http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk:/Crossfire/ /www.ifi.uio.no:/~frankj/crossfire/">http://www.ifi.uio.no:/~frankj/crossfire/ http://web.cs.city.ac.uk:3000/games/crossfire/crossfire.html Maint.: "Mark Wedel" <mwedel@pyramid.com> Platforms: X-windows under Unix ; need ANSI compiler Features: Multiplayer graphical arcade/adventure game with map editor Misc: Servers: sonja.math.virginia.edu 13326 fermat.dartmouth.edu 13326 corpse.ecst.csuchico.edu 13326 beer.csua.berkeley.edu 13326
Subject: 6.) What are *not* roguelike games? The following games have been reported as being roguelike in previous versions of this list, but further information has shown that they are not: Wanderer: a box-pushing puzzle like sokoban. (In c.s.g archives...) Conquer, xconq: Multiplayer strategic wargame (cs.bu.edu, jyu.fi) There are a lot of things that aren't quite in the category of roguelike games, but that keep creeping into the roguelike newsgroups... For information about commercial games like Ultima, Wizardry, etc.: comp.sys.*.games[.*] For information about playing D&D or other fantasy roleplaying games with other human beings, face-to-face or by e-mail: rec.games.frp.* For information about Multi-User-Dungeon games on the Internet: rec.games.mud.* For information about other games to play when you feel like bashing innocent bits and bytes: rec.games.video.* Finally, there are text-mode puzzle games, like Adventure, Zork, and the whole family of Infocom text adventure games. If you want to *play*: rec.games.int-fiction If you'd rather *write* them: rec.arts.int-fiction If what you're looking for isn't listed above, don't post to the roguelike groups - you'll just annoy the Ancient Dragons - try: rec.games.misc
Subject: 7.) How to get files by FTP Pretty much everything mentioned here is available by anonymous FTP. FAQ lists cross-posted to news.answers and rec.answers can be gotten from rtfm.mit.edu (18.181.0.24), under /pub/usenet/news.answers or under /pub/usenet/more.specific.group.name "anonymous FTP" is just a way for files to be stored where anyone on the Internet can retrieve them over the Net. For example, to retrieve the latest version of the FTP FAQ, do the following: > ftp rtfm.mit.edu /* connect to the site; a message follows */ > anonymous /* type this when it asks for your name */ > <your email address> /* type your address as the password */ > cd /pub/usenet /* go to the directory you want to be in */ > cd news.announce.newusers /* one level down (no slash). */ > dir /* look at what's there */ > get Anonymous_FTP:_Frequently_Asked_Questions_(FAQ)_List /* get the file; case-sensitive */ > quit /* stop this mysterious thing */ If your FTP program complains that it doesn't know where the site you want to use is, type the numerical address instead of the sitename: > ftp 18.181.0.24 /* connect with numerical address */ If you don't have ftp access, send e-mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with the single word "help" in the body of the message. Getting binary files (executables, or any compressed files) is only slightly more difficult. You need to set binary mode inside FTP before you transfer the file. > binary /* set binary transfer mode */ > ascii /* set back to text transfer mode */ FAQs and other lists are generally ascii files; everything else is generally binary files. When in doubt, use binary transfers, since they will work for all files. Some common extensions on binary files in archive sites are: .Z Compressed; extract with uncompress .tar.Z Compressed 'tape archive'; uncompress then untar or tar -xvf .gz or .z Gnu gzip; use gunzip (ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/.*.tar) .tgz Gnu gzip of a tar archive; read the gzip man page. .sit (Mac) StufIt archive .zip (PC) Extract with Zip or Unzip .zoo (PC) Yet another archive/compress program .lzh (Unix and PC) Yet another... .arj (PC) and another... .lha (Amiga) Common archive format. .exe (PC) Self-extracting archives - just execute them. [Note: sometimes non-archived executables are stored.] .uue or .UUE Transfer as text file; use uudecode to convert to binary .hqx (Mac) BinHex format; transfer in text mode Generic help can be found in the FAQs of comp.binaries.<your_system_type> for how to transfer, extract, and virus-check binary files. (At rtfm.mit.edu) If you can't FTP from your site, use one of the following ftp-by-mail servers: ftpmail@decwrl.dec.com ftpmail@src.doc.ic.ac.uk ftpmail@cs.uow.edu.au ftpmail@grasp.insa-lyon.fr For complete instructions, send a message reading "help" to the server. Some FTP sites, such as ftp.cis.ksu.edu, have dedicated mailservers that will send you files only from that site; it causes less network load to use local FTP servers where they exist. If you don't know exactly what you're looking for, or exactly where it is, there are programs and servers that can help you. For more info, send e-mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with the body of the message reading: send usenet/news.answers/finding-sources
Subject: 8.) About this FAQ... That's all, folks. This FAQ is updated frequently; the most recent version can always be found in rtfm.mit.edu:/pub/usenet/news.answers/games/roguelike Additions and corrections can be sent to rgra@bronze.lcs.mit.edu Many thanks to the people who send me info! This entire FAQ is copyrighted by the author, Aliza R. Panitz. Permission is granted to archive or redistribute it, provided that (1) there is no charge, and (2) the file remains intact, including this copyright notice. Write me for permission to use excerpts.

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