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Note: I've also added this to the The Tech Files under the Geckling Links.

Has anyone had any experience with any of these games?

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I've a little rogue experience from waaaaaaaaaay back when I first got a computer.

Even tried to learn how to put one of those games together, though because of a lack of free time I never got very far.

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Dink Smallwood is good, mindless fun.

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The only game on that list that I have played is N. Fun little flash game where you get to play as a ninja and make your way through the maps collecting gold and dodging enemies. :p

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wow, i've actually played a few of those

i remember back before i even started school i used to play Rogue :cool:

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Battle for Wesnoth, Dink Smallwood, and UFO: Alien Invasion are all worth trying.

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Agree w/the others - Dink Smallwood is a lot of fun...don't expect good graphics tho. I remember Descent too, from before it was freeware - we liked that one for a while, even if the controls made you dizzy. We tried Descent3 or something not too long ago - pretty much more of the same only prettier.

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Nethack is of course a classic.

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The only game on that list that I have played is N. Fun little flash game where you get to play as a ninja and make your way through the maps collecting gold and dodging enemies. o:)

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N could be madly enfuriating at times.

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The only game on that list that I have played is N. Fun little flash game where you get to play as a ninja and make your way through the maps collecting gold and dodging enemies. :thumbsup:

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N could be madly enfuriating at times.

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That it could. I think I once spent nearly a month trying to beat one of the later levels that required nearly perfect timing in order to avoid a certain enemy. I think the first time I finally beat it, I had so little time left that I couldn't finish the next level. o:)




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