CalcRogue

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CalcRogue
Stable game
Developer Jim Babcock
Theme Fantasy
Influences
Released 2005 ? (?)
Updated 2006 (?)
Licensing GNU GPL
P. Language C
Platforms TI-89, TI-92+, Voyager 200, PalmOS, Windows, Linux, Unix
Interface text, keyboard
Game Length
Official site of CalcRogue


CalcRogue is a handheld roguelike by Jim Babcock. It works on the TI-89, TI-92+, Voyager 200, PalmOS, Windows, Linux, and Unix. It is written in the C programming language and licensed under the GNU General Public License.

The game has an overworld map, four-shades-of-gray character-cell graphics, and unlike most roguelikes, a built-in tutorial. It is possible to customize the game's data file.

As of March 2006, the latest stable version is Gamma 5, which does not support PalmOS, and the latest beta is Beta 6c, which, according to the website, should be stable on PalmOS. It appears from the website that development has stopped.

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