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16 November 2006

27 October 2006

26 October 2006

25 October 2006

24 October 2006

23 October 2006

22 October 2006

21 October 2006

14 October 2006

8 October 2006

2 October 2006

30 September 2006

  • Orange October Minigun 7DRL challenge has been moved to the third week of October

25 September 2006

24 September 2006

18 September 2006

  • Orange October Minigun 7DRL challenge issued for second week of October

15 September 2006

August 2006 releases

7 August 2006

  • The new logo is finally in place!

3 August 2006

July 2006 releases

26 July 2006

April 2006 releases

March 17 2006

  • Second 7DRL contest

February 2006 releases

February 12 2006: Mass update

November 10 2005

T-Engine/ToME 3.0.0alpha aka "The Gathering" is released! See the announcement [here].

September 20 2005

CastlevaniaRL 1.1d [site] New release is a "big leap" from 1.1c with regards to game content.

TileRogue 1.1 [site] TileRogue is a graphical version of Rogue based on the NetBSD source code of Rogue Clone version III by Tim Stoehr.

Papaki 0.6.6 [site] Beta-stage roguelike. Many new features in this release.

The Minstrel's Song 2.0 [site] Roguelike game that is "heavy on world building"

August 20 2005

Witherwyn: Adventures in the Infinite Realm site (Alpha-stage demo of basic roguelike functionality in C#)

July 21 2005

Kamyran's Eye (for mobile primarily) [site]


June 26th 2005: Many new games released!

Papaki 0.6.5 [site]

Tower Of Doom 0.4.0 [site]

AngBand 3.0.6 [exec]

GearHead 0.909 [(often updated) site]

Guild 1.02 [site]

Dweller 0.7.8 (for mobile) [site]

March 30th 2005: Tower of Doom 0.3.0 released

A new version of the dark SF roguelike Tower of Doom is out! Get it here: http://todoom.sourceforge.net/

January 28th 2005: RogueBasin reopens!

As you might have all noticed, the RogueBasin just re-opened! The aim is to have a central place, a point of focus, for all the roguelike players and developers.

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