Console roguelike

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* the '''Game Boy Color''' and '''Game Boy Advance''' sections on the [[Handheld roguelike#Game Boy Advance|List of handheld roguelikes]]. It should be possible to play those games on a GameCube using the Game Boy Player accessory made by Nintendo.
 
* the '''Game Boy Color''' and '''Game Boy Advance''' sections on the [[Handheld roguelike#Game Boy Advance|List of handheld roguelikes]]. It should be possible to play those games on a GameCube using the Game Boy Player accessory made by Nintendo.
  
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A console roguelike is a roguelike game that can be played on a video game console without installing a Linux distribution such as Xbox Linux or PS2 Linux on the device.

All known console roguelikes are commercial games. You may be able to find them on Ebay. If you cannot find the games right away, try using Ebay's e-mail alerts feature so that you are notified as soon as your game of choice is put up for sale on Ebay. Before buying a Japanese game, ask around to make sure it will work with your game system and local television standard.

List of console roguelikes

Sega Genesis / Mega Drive

SNES

Super Famicom

PlayStation

See also

  • the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance sections on the List of handheld roguelikes. It should be possible to play those games on a GameCube using the Game Boy Player accessory made by Nintendo.
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