RogueCraft

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{{game-talkie|name = RogueCraft
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|developer = [[User:LordKaT|Jason Pullara]]
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|theme = Fantasy
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|influences = [[NetHack]], Minecraft, Diablo, Final Fantasy XI
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|licensing = None at the moment.
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|language = [[C]]/[[C++]]
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|platforms = [[Windows]]
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|interface = [[ASCII]], Keyboard
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|length = Varied
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|site = http://forums.lordkat.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=82
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}}
  
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'''RogueCraft''' is a roguelike thing, with multiple influences.
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==RogueCraft==
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===Story===
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As hinted in the July 17th, 2012 release, RogueCraft has a story involving slaying the demons of hell and Satan.
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===Gameplay===
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Currently, no real gameplay elemnts exist, though the source code and game screen currently hint at a class based leveling system with crafting abilities.
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===Development===
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The game is developed in a C-like C++ environment using SDL and libtcod, making it portable, though only a Windows version currently exists.

Revision as of 04:45, 3 July 2020

RogueCraft
Talkie-Talkie Project
Developer Jason Pullara
Theme Fantasy
Influences NetHack, Minecraft, Diablo, Final Fantasy XI
Licensing None at the moment.
P. Language C/C++
Platforms Windows
Interface ASCII, Keyboard
Game Length Varied
Official site of RogueCraft


RogueCraft is a roguelike thing, with multiple influences.

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RogueCraft

Story

As hinted in the July 17th, 2012 release, RogueCraft has a story involving slaying the demons of hell and Satan.

Gameplay

Currently, no real gameplay elemnts exist, though the source code and game screen currently hint at a class based leveling system with crafting abilities.

Development

The game is developed in a C-like C++ environment using SDL and libtcod, making it portable, though only a Windows version currently exists.

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