|Developer||Noah Morgan, copx|
|Platforms||DOS, UNIX, Amiga, VMS|
|Official site of Larn|
Larn was the first roguelike game to feature multiple dungeons with a sort of surface world (in this case, a town) to connect them. The town, which never changed from one game to the next, featured shops to exchange items, schools to improve skills, and a bank to store valuables. The dungeon had branch offices of the town's bank. Larn also featured a time-limited quest.
Platforms and versions
The current stable version of Larn is v12.3.1. The source code is available, but may not build on modern platforms because it is very old. A new version of Larn which will support modern platforms is in development. DOS/Windows users can download 12.4 alpha, it already works on those platforms.
Ularn v1.6, released in 2004, is avalaible for Windows and Amiga. Source is available for other systems (v1.5 is known to compile for various UNIX systems).