|Updated||Jul 16 2006|
|Official site of Happy Hunting|
This is a short hack-and-slash roguelike demonstrating staircase connections, monsters, combat, basic equipment use, a victory condition, and the possibility of permadeath.
It exists primarily for Linux at the moment, though a very ugly Windows binary has been produced subsequent to the challenge. Nicer interfaces exist for the project, but this is the only one I could produce as a standalone Windows binary.
Most of the codebase was written in the year leading up to this challenge; I no longer maintain a link to the baseline code used for the game, though it is available on request. The seven day roguelike and a development screenshot can be accessed from the sourceforge:
The underlying codebase is named "arid", short for "another roguelike in development".
The direct link to the sourceforge project page is here: