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.
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Have you ever played a multiplayer game alone? Sounds stupid? Well, here it is. The world’s first single player multi player game – Masters of Mayhem. Navigate your players through the game and collect as many coins as you can. But be careful. Keep at least one of your players on the screen or you […]