Santiago Zapata wrote:
Kornel Kisielewicz wrote:Yup. My first roguelike was started when I was 12 :-/, and it DID have the name GenRogue on it. But it wasn't until I was 14 that I had something semi-playable -- it was written in Turbo Pascal 5.5,
My first game was a shooter... I did two versions of it, one when I was 14 and another when I was 15; both can be found at http://peltkore.net/~szdev under the Qbasic games section... care to give them a shoot?
then :-P Silly me...). And _plot_... I would even show it to you guys, but unfortunately it's in Polish (that was my first and last polish roguelike project ;-) ).
The closest thing I had to a roguelike, now that I remember it, was made when I was 14 too; however it was just an '@' moving in an ASCII world picking up things and doing rudimmentary combat... it was called 'Yep'.
The weird thing is that it uses some symbols commonly used in roguelikes, and I didnt even know the genre yet when I made it... I have now posted two versions of it in my website...
Hey, you must post 'Amber' too, language is not a barrier for RL players ;)
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