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Go Rogue and escape the inhuman experiments of Dr. Devil. Find the exit on each floor and press [Space] to advance. Press [Shift] to check stats and pause. Clear all 25 floors to reach freedom. Be forwarned, this game can take a few hours to finish and there is no save feature.

This was originally an entrant in 8bitrocket's 16KB competition, so there's no sound and only text. (Grab some music from the audio portal before you start playing) It's based on the 1980s classic, Rogue.

The dungeon is divided into 3 major sections. DLVL 25-23 is the beginning, DLVL 22-11 is the main part of the game and DLVL 10-1 is the final rush to freedom. If you stay in any one floor for too long, the badguys will cut power to the rejuvenators, so stay on the move.

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It looks like you cant tell whats happening at first but you can its actually a simple game to play and hard to beat the longer you go thur the dungeons lv the less rejuvenates there are so you really need to mange your health wisely ever move cont and no save like an old school arcade game once you die game over start over not to long tho so it wont take much time to get back where you were


i know thar graphics is not all but u could expend some time in graphics dont u think?

AcetheSuperVillain responds:

I agree. Usually I'm all about the graphics, but the ascii made it easier to fit the 16KB competition requirements, and I couldn't just turn it into a graphical version without rewriting the whole thing.

Cool... ish

Havent seen one of these in while, might not be everyones cup o tea