7DRL Contest 2005

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* [[ABCGi|Adam White]]: The Rogue Monkey (Failed)
 
* [[ABCGi|Adam White]]: The Rogue Monkey (Failed)
* Jeff Lait: [[You Only Live Once]] http://www.zincland.com/7drl/liveonce
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* [[Jeff_Lait|Jeff Lait]]: [[You Only Live Once]] http://www.zincland.com/7drl/liveonce
 
* Crichmon: Lurk http://lurk.basscat.net/lurker7.exe
 
* Crichmon: Lurk http://lurk.basscat.net/lurker7.exe
 
* Edwin: Quickslash http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~eet23/quickslash/quickslash-src.zip
 
* Edwin: Quickslash http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~eet23/quickslash/quickslash-src.zip
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* Thijs van Ommen: Scrap http://www.math.leidenuniv.nl/~mommen/scrap/ (10DRL)
 
* Thijs van Ommen: Scrap http://www.math.leidenuniv.nl/~mommen/scrap/ (10DRL)
 
* Raymond Martineau: (Failed)
 
* Raymond Martineau: (Failed)
* Jakub Debski: [[Bomberogue]] http://www.alamak0ta.republika.pl/bomberogue.html (1DRL)
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* [[Jakub_Debski|Jakub Debski]]: [[Bomberogue]] http://www.alamak0ta.republika.pl/bomberogue.html (1DRL)
  
 
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Revision as of 11:49, 18 March 2006

On March 5th, 2005, a great challenge was issued. The denizens of rec.games.roguelike.development were challenged to write a new, complete, roguelike in a mere 168 hours. Since so few roguelikes are ever "complete", some would claim this to be an impossible undertaking.

Nonetheless, fifteen brave souls dared enter the challenge. Of those, ten have provided us with URLs to their works. All of them, however, should be honoured for having taken on this challenge.

This list is sorted by date of acceptance of the challenge.

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