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Developer Chris Capobianco
Theme Fantasy
Influences Rogue, Lost Labyrinth
Released 15th March 2015
Updated 15th March 2015
Licensing GPL, Open source
P. Language C++, libtcod
Platforms Linux
Interface Keyboard
Game Length <1 hour
Official site of NoWayButDown

NoWayButDown is a coffeebreak roguelike

As a young adventurer, you hear rumours about strange creatures around a nearby cave. Your interest piqued, you set out to explore the dangers in this cave. While exploring the entrance of one of the caves you see signs of such beasts, and your desire to see such creatures drives you deeper into the cave. Suddenly you feel the earth begin to quake, and all manner of debris starts falling from the ceiling and walls. You dart in a nearby alcove for cover, and through the obscuring dust you see the last glimpses of sunlight as your only exit is sealed shut by the falling rubble. Now you need to find an another way out or perish, but the path before you only delves deeper into the abyss.

It is written in C++ and uses the libtcod library, along with graphics by Oryx.

The Linux 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available here.

This game was made for the 7DRL Challenge 2015.