SLASH’EM – Super Lotsa Added Stuff Hack – Extended Magic

Super Lotsa Added Stuff Hack – Extended Magic (SLASH’EM) is a role-playing game where you control a single character. SLASH’EM is a variant of NetHack. It also has an interface and gameplay similar to Rogue, ADOM, Anghand and NetHack. You control the actions through the keyboard and view the world from an overhead perspective.

The problem: The Amulet of Yendor has been stolen. Not only that but it appears that the Wizard of Yendor (not a nice person), who took the amulet, is hiding in the Dungeons of Doom (not a friendly place).

Features include:

  • Offers extra features, monsters, and items
  • Novel features inlude the Monk class and Sokoban levels
  • The main dungeon is much larger than in NetHack

Website: slashem.sourceforge.net
Support: Ali’s NetHack Page
Developer: Warren Cheung
License: Nethack General Public License

SlashEM

SLASH’EM is written in C and C++. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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