NetHack Variants and Other Roguelike Games
A Directory Of Businesses In And Around Minetown
We who live here in Minetown, along with the rural residents of The Gnomish
Mines and The Dungeons Of Doom, would like to take this opportunity to offer
you, nay to encourage you to take your violent quest out of
our peacefull habitat and try one of these neighborhoods instead.
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NetHack, with a far better user interface, now includes NetHack v3.3!
In the days of NetHack 3.2.2 there was no doubt that QtNetHack counted as a
variant. It included The Wizard Patch which was not yet part of the official
sources. The user interface is also different from the standard release,
making some minor differences in play. With QtNH, you can reach for an item
in the bottom of a bag without first removing some of the items on top.
We have elected to keep the link here until further notice.
Multiplayer NetHack! Ok, I admit it's still in development, but this is gonna be cool!
Possibly the coolest, certainly the most talked about variant of NetHack. In fact, see our seperate links page.
An FTP server that, paradoxically, includes web pages to display sets of
In the words of the author, "Angband279-xg is a work-in-progress to create a new "terminal driver"
for angband which supports 2D animation
and runs under the X Window System. At this early stage in development
the only platform that is supported
is Linux, although I expect it to run ok on most Un*x systems."
A new roguelike in development. The first alpha release is reputed to be quite
stable. Binaries are available for Linux and Microsoft.
This project seems to be building Japanese and English versions of NetHack with
a more realistic 3-D style image.
Note that the project is aimed at MS-Windows only.
Oh give me a home where the quadrupeds roam
where the cow and the mumakil play
where often you heard the swish of a sword
and the cieling can fall an your head.
The homes of GTK+ and JNetHack. If you like playing Samurai because the names of items make more sense to you, this is the game you are really looking for!