A roguelike game is usually used to categorize games that are characterized by randomization for replayability (monsters, maps, itens etc), permanent death, and turn-based movement. It’s considered a sub-genre of role-playing video games. The first roguelike game was probably Rogue (released around 1980), an adventure game strongly inspired on Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games. One more modern roguelike game is Diablo.

‘Roguelike’

Rogue Tail

Rogue Tail

Plays: 3
Wondrous Lands
Hydra

Hydra

Plays: 4
Ananias

Ananias

Plays: 9
Tower of Non

Tower of Non

Plays: 8
Rogue Fable II
Dungeon Slog

Dungeon Slog

Plays: 26
Exorcist

Exorcist

Plays: 19
bitDungeon

bitDungeon

Plays: 14
Zombinsanity

Zombinsanity

Plays: 12
Space Croissant
Tomb Looter

Tomb Looter

Plays: 14
Evil Forest

Evil Forest

Plays: 8

Featured Game