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A roguelike computer game is one that resembles Rogue. See Gameinfo:Roguelike.

The original Rogue game featured a thief who entered the dungeon to steal the Amulet of Yendor. A free clone called Hack retained the Amulet, but introduced some features including a pet dog and multiple roles (classes). The six roles in Hack are Tourist, Speleologist, Fighter, Knight, Cave-man, and Wizard.

The game NetHack has added several features to Hack, including both the Rogue class and the Rogue level.

List of roguelike games

  • Rogue
    • Moria
      • Umoria
      • Angband
        • ZAngband
        • ToME: Troubles/Tales of Middle Earth
        • MAngband
        • ...and so many other Angband variants
    • Linley's Dungeon Crawl
      • Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup
    • Hack
    • The Caves of Larn
      • Ultra Larn
    • Omega
    • ADOM: Ancient Domains Of Mystery
    • IVAN: Iter Vehemens ad Necem
    • Mysterious Dungeon - A long-running series of commercial roguelikes.
    • Dwarf Fortress
    • POWDER
    • Brogue

Though Diablo borrowed much from the roguelike genre, it is not usually considered a roguelike itself. There is a roguelike based on it, however.

RogueBasin also has a more complete list of roguelikes.

See also