Rogue Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: April 21st, 2023

Rogue Stats

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Game Description

Rogue is a classic dungeon-crawling role-playing game first released in 1980. It was developed for Unix-based mainframe computers by Michael Toy, Glenn Wichman, and Ken Arnold. Rogue was a highly influential game that helped define the roguelike genre, which is characterized by randomly generated levels, turn-based gameplay, and permanent death for characters.

In Rogue, players navigate a series of procedurally generated dungeon levels filled with monsters, traps, and treasure. The game is played from a top-down perspective, with the player character represented by an “@” symbol. Gameplay is turn-based, with the player making one move at a time, and all other entities in the game (including monsters and projectiles) also moving one turn at a time.

One of the defining features of Rogue is its use of random generation to create a unique experience for each playthrough. This randomness applies to both the layout of the dungeon levels and the items and monsters found within them. Another key feature of Rogue is permadeath: when the player character dies, the game is over, and the player must start a new game from scratch.

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