18 Packages in games-roguelike

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FTL
Faster Than Light: A spaceship simulation real-time roguelike-like game - Versions: 1.5.13 (all-rights-reserved Boost-1.0 free-noncomm MIT bundled-libs? ( FTL LGPL-2.1 ZLIB libpng ))
adom
Ancient Domains Of Mystery rogue-like game - Versions: 1.1.1-r1 (adom)
angband
A roguelike dungeon exploration game based on the books of J.R.R. Tolkien - Versions: 4.0.5, 4.0.4, 4.0.5-r1 (GPL-2)
crossfire-client
Client for the nethack-style but more in the line of UO - Versions: 1.71.0-r2, 1.71.0-r1 (GPL-2)
dwarf-fortress
A single-player fantasy game - Versions: 0.43.05 (free-noncomm BSD BitstreamVera)
hengband
An Angband variant, with a Japanese/fantasy theme - Versions: 1.6.2-r1 (Moria)
mangband
Online multiplayer real-time roguelike game, derived from Angband. - Versions: 1.1.3 (Moria)
mazesofmonad
Console-based roguelike Role Playing Game similar to nethack - Versions: 1.0.9-r3, 1.0.9-r2 (BSD-2)
moria
Rogue-like D&D curses game similar to nethack (BUT BETTER) - Versions: 5.5.2 (Moria)
nethack
The ultimate old-school single player dungeon exploration game - Versions: 3.6.0-r3 (nethack)
powder
A game in the genre of Rogue, Nethack, and Diablo. Emphasis is on tactical play - Versions: 117-r1, 117 (CC-Sampling-Plus-1.0)
rogue
The original graphical adventure game that spawned an entire genre - Versions: 5.4.4 (BSD)
scourge
A graphical rogue-like adventure game - Versions: 0.21.1-r1 (GPL-2)
stone-soup
Role-playing roguelike game of exploration and treasure-hunting in dungeons - Versions: 0.16.2-r1, 0.16.2 (GPL-2 BSD BSD-2 public-domain CC0-1.0 MIT)
tome
save the world from Morgoth and battle evil (or become evil ;]) - Versions: 2.3.5 (Moria)
tomenet
A MMORPG based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien - Versions: 4.6.1a (Moria)
wrogue
Gothic science fantasy roguelike game - Versions: 0.8.0b-r1, 0.8.0b (GPL-3)
zangband
An enhanced version of the Roguelike game Angband - Versions: 2.7.4c (Moria)
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