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.
In this shooting game with nice retro feelings, you and a friend must fend off hordes of zombies and other monsters together, using a variety of guns and your skills. This is a game for two players. Watch out! Controls Player 1: W and S to aim; A to fire; D to switch guns Player […]