7DRL Contest 2007

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On March 10th, 2007, the dwellers of [[rgrd|rec.games.roguelike.development]] were again challenged to write a new, complete, playable, roguelike in the scary span of just 168 hours. This was the fourth time such quest had been issued, and developers from all around the globe attended the call.
 
On March 10th, 2007, the dwellers of [[rgrd|rec.games.roguelike.development]] were again challenged to write a new, complete, playable, roguelike in the scary span of just 168 hours. This was the fourth time such quest had been issued, and developers from all around the globe attended the call.
  
This time, twenty-two brave souls dared to challenge the impossible. Of those, eight have provided proof of their heroic deed. All of them, however, should be honoured for having taken on this challenge.
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This time, twenty-two brave souls dared to challenge the impossible. Of those, nine have provided proof of their heroic deed. All of them, however, should be honoured for having taken on this challenge.
  
 
This list is sorted by date of acceptance of the challenge.
 
This list is sorted by date of acceptance of the challenge.
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* [[Krice]]: Ape Rage  (Failed)
 
* [[Krice]]: Ape Rage  (Failed)
 
* [[konijn]]: WesnothRL (Failed)
 
* [[konijn]]: WesnothRL (Failed)
* Coremn: Sewerjacks (No link)
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* Coremn: Sewerjacks http://members.dodo.com.au/~savre/DemiseRL/sewerjacks.htm
 
* Gero Kunter: Hive Awakening, http://hive.strandwall.de  
 
* Gero Kunter: Hive Awakening, http://hive.strandwall.de  
 
* [[Mario Donick]]: KCRogue (Failed)
 
* [[Mario Donick]]: KCRogue (Failed)
  
 
[[Category:Events]]
 
[[Category:Events]]

Revision as of 15:36, 23 March 2007

On March 10th, 2007, the dwellers of rec.games.roguelike.development were again challenged to write a new, complete, playable, roguelike in the scary span of just 168 hours. This was the fourth time such quest had been issued, and developers from all around the globe attended the call.

This time, twenty-two brave souls dared to challenge the impossible. Of those, nine have provided proof of their heroic deed. 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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