LinuxRogue

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'''LinuxRogue''' is the modern [[Linux]] version of [[Rogue Clone|Rogue 5.3 Clone P12]]. Early LinuxRogue maintainers included Steve Wilson and Alan Cox. It was updated for modern Linux versions in 2002-03 by Ashwin N., who maintained the project until 2006, after which Greg Kennedy and Jesse Printz took control of the project.
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'''LinuxRogue''' is the modern [[Linux]] version of [[Rogue Clone|Rogue 5.3 Clone P12]]. Early LinuxRogue maintainers included Steve Wilson and Alan Cox. It was updated for modern Linux versions in 2002-03 by Ashwin N., who maintained the project until 2006, after which Greg Kennedy and Jesse Printz took control of the project. The latest version, v0.3.7, was released in 2007, and the Web page is now defunct.
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== Later Developments ==
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In 2011, the site Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org created patches for LinuxRogue v0.3.7, one fixing a minor bug and another improving the game's Wizard Mode, as well as including and creating additional documentation for the game.
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== LinuxRogue for DOS ==
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In 2010, an early [[DJGPP]] port entitled "LinuxRogue for DOS" was created by core_dump (owner of the then-defunct coredumpcentral.org Rogue site) and posted to the [[VOGONS]] forum (under the name RedBlade7).
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Shortly after core_dump rebuilt coredumpcentral.org in 2011, he re-did the DOS port according to the developments above.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
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== Links ==
 
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* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=dev LinuxRogue] Information, history, and downloads
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* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=dev LinuxRogue] Information, history, and downloads (dead link)
* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=play Play Online] via SSH
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* [http://greg-kennedy.com/nwserver/index.php?cat=rogue&sub=play Play Online] via SSH (dead link)
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* [http://vogons.zetafleet.com/viewtopic.php?t=25601 VOGONS discussion thread] LinuxRogue for DOS (Old 2010 port)
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* [http://www.coredumpcentral.org/ Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org] Hosts the latest LinuxRogue and LinuxRogue for DOS for download.
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* [http://coredumpcentral.org/files/lrwizd37.txt Wizard Mode Documentation]

Revision as of 05:11, 19 November 2011

LinuxRogue
Major Roguelike
Developer Ashwin Nanjappa, Greg Kennedy, Jesse Printz, others
Theme Fantasy
Influences Rogue Clone
Released ?
Updated 2007 (v0.3.7), 2011 (patches), 2011 (DOS version)
Licensing BSD
P. Language C
Platforms Linux, Windows, DOS
Interface ASCII, Keyboard
Game Length ??
Official site of LinuxRogue


LinuxRogue is the modern Linux version of Rogue 5.3 Clone P12. Early LinuxRogue maintainers included Steve Wilson and Alan Cox. It was updated for modern Linux versions in 2002-03 by Ashwin N., who maintained the project until 2006, after which Greg Kennedy and Jesse Printz took control of the project. The latest version, v0.3.7, was released in 2007, and the Web page is now defunct.

Contents

Later Developments

In 2011, the site Rogue Central @ coredumpcentral.org created patches for LinuxRogue v0.3.7, one fixing a minor bug and another improving the game's Wizard Mode, as well as including and creating additional documentation for the game.

LinuxRogue for DOS

In 2010, an early DJGPP port entitled "LinuxRogue for DOS" was created by core_dump (owner of the then-defunct coredumpcentral.org Rogue site) and posted to the VOGONS forum (under the name RedBlade7).

Shortly after core_dump rebuilt coredumpcentral.org in 2011, he re-did the DOS port according to the developments above.

See Also

Links

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