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TomeNET is a multiplayer rogue-like, based on and somewhat similar to MAngband and ToME, and also featuring some Zangband and Cthulu Angband monsters.It was created around 2001 (originally under the name of "PernMAngband" which had to be renamed due to a letter of Anne McCaffrey's attorney who prohibited the use of the name 'Pern') as a fork of MAngband which got some ToME design added to it, which was done by DarkGod, Evileye and Jir. Zz, Tanix and C. Blue also contributed code, and after the original development team dropped out one by one over the course of the following two years, C. Blue became the only active maintainer of the project. Two more years later, he formed a new development team which was joined by Mikael and Adam, and later on by infamous Moltor who created a fast-paced arcade shooter variant which has nothing in common with normal rogue-likes anymore, but features Tron light cycle race and Smash'em action.In 2009, Relsiet joined the developers when he (assisted by Kurzel) suggested a detailed plan for a rework of the existing Runemaster class (which was originally proposed by Mark and implemented by Adam). In 2011 Kurzel took over the Runemaster class development and did another rework.
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The game has meanwhile progressed to become one of the most advanced rogue-likes technically, featuring day/night changes, four seasons, weather, sound effects and dynamic background music, and apart from the source code currently offers binaries for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
The game has a full-fledged documentation called "The TomeNET Guide", which is a text file available in the ZIP file downloads or as direct download, and also as an online HTML version here (also offers download as PDF).
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According to the roguelike restoration project Advanced Rogue 5.8 was developed by a group of employees at AT&T Bell Labs between 1984 and 1985. Michael Morgan and Ken Dalka appear to be among the semi-anonymous authors. AT&T distributed Advanced Rogue through the AT&T Toolchest for a time. Advanced Rogue 5.8 is based on the Rogue 3.6 source code with some additions from Super-Rogue. Advanced Rogue 5.8 was released on or about 01/03/1985.
According to the roguelike restoration project UltraRogue was developed by Herb Chong between 1985 and 1986. Mostly distributed in binary form and later an unoffical archive was commonly available (v1.0.3 8/13/1986). UltraRogue is based on the Rogue 3.6 and an early version of Advanced Rogue source code.
According to the roguelike restoration project XRogue was developed by Robert Pietkivitch in 1991 for the AT&T UNIX PC. XRogue 8.0 was completed 6/8/1991. XRogue is based on Advanced Rogue 7.8 which in turn is based on Rogue 3.6.
According to the roguelike restoration project Super-Rogue was developed by a group of employees at AT&T Bell Labs between 1982 and 1983 with the public face of the group being Robert D. Kindelberger. Released internally and to friends were versions 6.5, 7.2, 8.0, 8.3, and culminating in 9.0 (circa 5/7/83 through 7/17/84). Super-Rogue 9.0 is based on the Rogue 3.6 source code.
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Hundreds of years before Geralt and the other witchers roamed the Continent, the Conjunction of Spheres brought endless ranks of monsters into the world. Humanity desperately needed a way to fight back the onslaught to survive.Follow the journey of a young and ambitious mage, Alzur, and his companion Lily, who embark on a dangerous quest to create a living weapon that will eradicate the monster threat once and for all.
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Thank you! I'm glad you've enjoyed Demon and I'm even happier it served as an intro to roguelikes for you: I'm not sure I've heard of Demon being anyone's intro to the genre before this, but I'm glad it is able to be a good ambassador, so to speak.I'm currently working on the next update, so there's more coming, no worries on that point. :)
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