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- Rogue + -like, after the 1980 computer game Rogue, the original roguelike. (Wiktionary)
“The roguelike is a genre that is about developing skills to compete with randomness.”
“The roguelike is a kind of game that utilizes our relationship with experiencing failure and the belief that changed circumstances can alter such experiences.”
“Old-school gamers call this kind of game a "roguelike," after 1980's”
“roguelike" in its marketing for Shiren the Wanderer, instead trying to push it as more of an RPG.”
“Sounds like POWDER, the roguelike I've been playing lately.”
“Shameless bragging: I've lately been doing a lot of work under my "Mental Mouse" alias on the fan-wiki for the cross-platform roguelike game POWDER.”
“So, I had an idea to make a roguelike boardgame - probably solitaire inspired by Zombies in my Pocket, the Dungeon variant and other dungeon crawl games out there.”
“Shiren is a "graphical roguelike" game which I've heard a lot about but haven't actually played.”
“I also only found out today that a game I bought on Play Asia years ago super-cheap like, a fiver or something - Dragon Quest: Shonen Yangus to Fushigi no Dungeon - is another roguelike.”
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good grief, I'm getting irritable.
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