Roguelike Restoration Project
The Roguelike Restoration Project is an attempt to "restore" legacy roguelikes designed for obsolete systems, so that they may be played on modern computers.
The project "officially" began in 2000, though work was done throughout the 90s.
The following roguelikes have been released:
- Rogue versions 3.6, 5.2, and 5.4
- Advanced Rogue versions 5.8 and 7.7
- XRogue version 8.0
- UltraRogue version 1.0.7
- Super-Rogue version 9.0
As of May 2010, the following games are unstable and only available in source form:
The page was last updated in 2008, and the current status of the project is unknown.