XRogue

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{{game-stable | name = XRogue
 
{{game-stable | name = XRogue
 
|developer = Robert Pietkivitch, Roguelike Restoration Project, others
 
|developer = Robert Pietkivitch, Roguelike Restoration Project, others
|released = 1989-1996, 2000-2005
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|released = 1989-92, 2000, 1997-05
|relver = v8.0-v8.0.3
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|relver = v8.0, Unreleased, v8.0.3
 
|updated = December 11, 2005
 
|updated = December 11, 2005
 
|updver = v8.0.3
 
|updver = v8.0.3
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|platforms = [[Windows]], [[DOS]], [[Linux]]
 
|platforms = [[Windows]], [[DOS]], [[Linux]]
 
|theme =  
 
|theme =  
|influences = [[Advanced Rogue]] 7.7
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|influences = [[Super-Rogue]], [[Advanced Rogue]] 7.7
 
|length =  
 
|length =  
 
|site = http://rogue.rogueforge.net/xrogue-8-0/
 
|site = http://rogue.rogueforge.net/xrogue-8-0/
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'''XRogue''' was developed by Robert Pietkivitch between 1989 and 1992 for the AT&T UNIX PC. Based on Advanced Rogue 7.7, it is currently maintained by the Roguelike Restoration Project.
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'''XRogue''' is a legacy roguelike game. It was developed by Robert Pietkivitch between 1989 and 1992 for the AT&T UNIX PC. Based on Advanced Rogue 7.7, it is currently maintained by the Roguelike Restoration Project.
  
 
Pietkivitch had worked on enhancements for the game in 2000. This updated source code was lost in history due to Pietkivitch's death in 2002.
 
Pietkivitch had worked on enhancements for the game in 2000. This updated source code was lost in history due to Pietkivitch's death in 2002.

Revision as of 00:44, 17 May 2010

XRogue
Stable game
Developer Robert Pietkivitch, Roguelike Restoration Project, others
Theme
Influences Super-Rogue, Advanced Rogue 7.7
Released 1989-92, 2000, 1997-05 (v8.0, Unreleased, v8.0.3)
Updated December 11, 2005 (v8.0.3)
Licensing Similar to "New BSD"
P. Language English
Platforms Windows, DOS, Linux
Interface ASCII text
Game Length
Official site of XRogue


XRogue is a legacy roguelike game. It was developed by Robert Pietkivitch between 1989 and 1992 for the AT&T UNIX PC. Based on Advanced Rogue 7.7, it is currently maintained by the Roguelike Restoration Project.

Pietkivitch had worked on enhancements for the game in 2000. This updated source code was lost in history due to Pietkivitch's death in 2002.

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