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Rogue

Rogue is an old DOS fantasy roguelike rpg game developed by Artificial Intelligence Design in 1983 from an original idea by Glenn Wichman - Michael Toy. Rogue can be enjoyed in single player mode from a top down perspective. It's available for download.
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Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

Rogue proved extremely popular on college Unix systems in the early to mid-1980s and inspired a class of derivatives known collectively as "roguelikes".

Because the input and output of the original game is over a terminal interface, it is relatively easy in Unix to redirect output to another program. One such program, Rog-O-Matic, was developed to play and win the game. It remains an interesting study in expert system design (Ken Arnold intentionally added a new feature to each release of Rogue that would break Rog-O-Matic to see how its authors would compensate).

Rogue are Michael Toy, Glenn Wichman, and Ken Arnold.

The basic movement keys (h, left; j, down; k, up; and l, right) are the same as the cursor control keys in the Unix vi editor.

players: single player

input: keyboard

graphics: 80 columns text

sound: PC speaker

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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