Rogue Clone

Rogue Clone Screenshots

DOS version

Beginning a new Game. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Found a room with gold (*) and some potion (!). (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Reached level 2. My survival chances just rose by 100%. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Lots of treasure here, guarded by a kestral. Let's bash him. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Scrolls have strange names. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
After a while, you'll begin getting hungry. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Let's have a look at what I'm carrying around... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Quaffing unknown potions can have harmful effects. This turned out to be a potion of blindness... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
... which makes exploring somewhat difficult, as you only see the square you're on. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Rattlesnake bites are poisonous and weaken you. Oh my! (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
And this happens when you run out of food: You start fainting. Hope that no monsters are around... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
A magic mapping scroll! (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Uh-oh... Rattlesnake on the left, Orc on the right... Let's run to a doorway so that only one of them can attack us. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
That's NOT funny! It makes my armor rust! (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Hey, what a funny name for a scroll. (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
And hey, what a funny taste for a potion! (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Quaffing a potion of hallucination can be quite interesting: The characters for monsters and items change with each turn... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
... for example, is this really a dragon?! On level 2? Nah, very improbable. I hope... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
Hey, is this a monster party goin' on here! Or am I still on LSD? Let's join! ... (Oliver Richman's 1998 version, release 2)
... the party turned out to be not so funny and was over pretty soon. Hm.
Enter your name! (Rogue Clone IV)
Yet another adventurer doomed to certain death enters the dungeons... (Rogue Clone IV)
In-game help, listing the available commands. (Rogue Clone IV)
Set the options, and name your favourite fruit! (Rogue Clone IV)
Found a room with food. Food is good. Food is very, very important. (Rogue Clone IV)
Found some armor and some weapon. May be enchanted, may be cursed -- who knows? (Rogue Clone IV)
Two Hobgoblins and a Kestral guarding a scroll. (Rogue Clone IV)
There's a bad apple in my inventory! (Rogue Clone IV)
Some potions make you confused, which randomizes your movement. (Rogue Clone IV)
Ahh, nice room! No monsters and lots of items! (Rogue Clone IV)
Oops, I think I forgot to eat something. Luckily, there's no uppercase characters around. (Rogue Clone IV)
A dramatic fight! I miss, the Zombie hit. 's not fair. (Rogue Clone IV)
Interrupting two Bats, an Emu and an Ice Monster having a talk. (Rogue Clone IV)
Yuky ooze blech? Now What a wondrous scroll... (Rogue Clone IV)
Read a scroll of Detect Monsters. Now I can see where those buggers are. No nasty surprises. (Rogue Clone IV)
This is the safest way to get the Leprechaun's gold without him grabbing yours. (Rogue Clone IV)
Traps abound in the Dungeons of Doom. The bear trap is one of the friendliest. (Rogue Clone IV)
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Really! (Rogue Clone IV)
This is a sleep trap... Very bad if there's monsters around. (Rogue Clone IV)
I guess it's time to tidy up my backpack. (Rogue Clone IV)
Found some shurikens in a maze, Rogue Clone-style. (Rogue Clone IV)
Rings of Slow Digestion are a very useful item, they make you use up less food. (Rogue Clone IV)
When blinded, you know that you fight something, but not what. (Rogue Clone IV)
Now what the hell did this potions do? Aw well, it doesn't seem to be so bad. (Rogue Clone IV)
Magic mapping scroll! (Rogue Clone IV)
Being killed by a Yeti probably isn't the nicest way to die. (Rogue Clone IV)
Rogue Clone IV lets you select your own graphics options. This is high-end full-color extended PC ASCII ... (Rogue Clone IV)
... black and white extended ASCII... (Rogue Clone IV)
... and old-school monochrome pure ASCII, just as in UNIX. (Rogue Clone IV)
An unusual combination is colored pure ASCII. (Rogue Clone IV)

Rogue Clone Screenshots

iPhone version

Starting a new game
The same view in textmode
Game options
Exciting combat!
Gesture-based actions
Visual display of viable inventory
This combat is a little more exciting, I'll grant
And that was the end of that.
High score list
And that was the end of that, redux, now in retro text mode.
Textmode is no problem for the high score table!