Rogue Clone

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* [http://www.roguelikedevelopment.org/archive/index.php Roguelike Archive] Contains I-III, obsolete ports, and older versions of LinuxRogue
 
* [http://www.roguelikedevelopment.org/archive/index.php Roguelike Archive] Contains I-III, obsolete ports, and older versions of LinuxRogue
 
* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=index LinuxRogue] (dead link)
 
* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=index LinuxRogue] (dead link)
* [http://www.coredumpcentral.org/ Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org] Various ports of the Rogue Clone and the latest versions of LinuxRogue
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* [https://coredumpcentral.org/ Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org] Various ports of the Rogue Clone and the latest versions of LinuxRogue
 
* [http://rogueclone.sourceforge.net/ Rogue Clone IV] DOS/Windows
 
* [http://rogueclone.sourceforge.net/ Rogue Clone IV] DOS/Windows
 
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Latest revision as of 06:08, 13 October 2019

Rogue Clone
Major Roguelike
Developer Tim Stoehr, many others
Theme Fantasy
Influences Rogue
Released 1986
Updated 2004 (DOS/Win v2.1), 2007 (Linux v0.3.7)
Licensing BSD
P. Language C
Platforms Linux, Windows, DOS
Interface ASCII, Keyboard
Game Length ??
Official site of Rogue Clone


The Rogue Clone began in 1986 by Tim Stoehr due to licensing issues regarding the original Rogue. It has been maintained and ported by various people since then.

Contents

[edit] Rogue Clone I-III

These are the original versions by Tim Stoehr and others for UNIX and similar systems, which were ported to various systems and used as the basis for modern versions. These versions are obsolete and do not compile on modern machines.

[edit] LinuxRogue

See article: LinuxRogue

[edit] Rogue Clone IV

This is the modern port for DOS and Windows. The ASCII graphics can be configured to resemble either traditional UNIX (in monochrome or color) or color DOS versions of Rogue.

[edit] Links

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