Oooh we spoil you. The golden age of PC roguelikes is here. Let’s take a good look at Haque. An interesting and refreshing take on the genre.
Fancy being the only inhabitant of a junky space ship, forced to live out your life earning a profit for a faceless corporation with only an interactive script for company?
Save the world from the Illamanati, a terrorist organisation that has turned Llamazon’s faithful delivery llamas into psychotic creatures of destruction.
McRogue is a fixed-camera 3D action beat-em-up, with rogue-like elements and a gun. It’s not all there yet, but it’s still worth a look.
Next Up Hero is an upcoming low-violence twin-stick shooter with a gimmick: Community Continue. When your character dies on a level, the next person playing can resurrect him or her, and end up with a small army of ghostlike heroes.
From a quick glance Blasted Road Terror looks like a Convoy clone, but it’s not really. Like Convoy, though, it is a rather fun post-apocalyptic jaunt.
The Scrungeon Depths is a real-time dungeon crawl with rogue-like elements, which leaves you wading through piles of pixel-graphic bodies as you try to dodge vicious monsters and game-breaking bugs.