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Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup is a game of dungeon exploration, combat and magic, involving characters of diverse skills, worshipping deities of great power and caprice. To win, you'll need to be a master of tactics and strategy, and prevail against overwhelming odds.

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup is a continuation of Linley's Dungeon Crawl. It is openly developed and invites participation from the Crawl community.

Dungeon Crawl has superb, deep tactical gameplay, innovative magic and religion systems, and a grand variety of monsters to fight. Crawl is also one of the hardest roguelikes to beat. When you finally beat the game and write your victory post on rec.games.roguelike.misc, you know you have achieved something.

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup was the winner of the Ascii Dreams Roguelike of the Year award.

 DCSS

License
Crawl General Public License

Developer
Stone Soup devteam

Website
crawl.develz.org

Requirements
PCRE
Mersenne Twister
SQLite library
SDL
SDL_image

Support:
Telnet server, Mailing Lists

Selected Reviews:
blogspot.com

Features include:

  • Well-rounded, deep tactically rich roguelike
  • Hand-drawn maps
  • Numerous portal vaults
  • Slick interface
  • Innovative magic and religion systems
  • Wide range of Gods, Characters, Items, and Smart Monsters

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