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Beta Project
Developer Noam Weisberg
Theme Dying Earth
Influences DoomRL
Released December 2014
Updated December 2014
Licensing Freeware, Closed Source
P. Language Java
Platforms Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Interface ASCII, Keyboard
Game Length short
Official site of Hundred
Hundred is a coffeebreak roguelike

Hundred is a coffee-break survival multi-platform roguelike.


Hundred is a very light-weight roguelike, wherein your objective is to make it to the top of a one-hundred story building, facing increasingly tougher opposition. There are no NPCs, no shops and no side branches. It contains original music by Omer Tito and is based on an original concept of Kiltan Kettelzrar.


In Hundred the player takes on a role of wayward survivor in a post-apocalyptic world rendered unrecognizingly tainted by unspeakable corruption; he has nothing left to live for, besides a burning need to reach the top of a single tower which has by artifices unknown survived the cataclysm which had decimated planet Earth. It is the only man-made structure that still remains standing.


Hundred plays as a fast-paced combat-oriented roguelike, with emphasis on inventory management and features varied enemies, weapons and ammunition, and also a list of unique character traits to choose from. You will be playing through 100 levels of computer-generated maps, including special levels and formidable bosses.