Rogue: The Adventure Game – Download

Rogue: The Adventure Game – Download - Download

  • Year: 1983
  • Platform: DOS
  • Genre: Adventure, Role-Playing (RPG)
  • Theme: Fantasy
  • Publisher: Michael C. Toy & Kenneth C.R.C. Arnold
  • Developer: Michael C. Toy & Kenneth C.R.C. Arnold
  • Perspective: Top-Down
  • Description
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  • Installation
No sh!t, Doc. I know I spent many moons playing Rogue, I mean, like days, weeks, months of my life trying to beat a game that seemed unbeatable - yet one heard rumors of such. Did it matter which hand I wore which ring? Was certain armor better at defeating certain creatures and not others? Does reading scrolls while quaffing potions make a difference? Do amulets ever do anything? But everytime I got caught waiting for my 2400 baud modem to download the newest utility from a local BBS, Rogue was my goto time killer game. Good times, good times.

Many, many a night playing this game in search of the Amulet of Yendor! Then back up all the dungeons to exit. Many monsters but i remember these as if it was yesterday. Level zapping Wraiths, Strength zapping Vampires and those titan dmg makers Yeti, Centaurs and Jabberwocks! And the dreaded thief Leprachauns! Kill them before they hit you and steal your enchanted armor off your back! Funny how Champion was the last title you get after ROGUE MASTER.

I became so obsessed with beating this game, I finally "cheated" to do it. Old timers will like this hack. The game lets you save, but erases the file when you re-load, right, so you have to start from beginning every time. Well: I used to save the game to a 3.25 floppy with the corner bit punched out, so file was write-protected! No erasing, mwhaa-haa-haaaa! Just save frequently; re-load a bunch: beat game in one-sitting.

  1. Download
  2. Unzip files
  3. Setup and Install
  4. Launch the game.
  5. Play!
Enjoy..!

4 Responses to Rogue: The Adventure Game – Download

  1. sirlear23 says:

    loved playing this game on my self built 8088 ibm clone 8m of speed with turbo lol

  2. Citysim says:

    I agree with you guys… played this game so much it was ridiculous. Still jump in to play occasionally just to remember the time 😉

    I like Dungeon Hack now, just basically an updated, D&D Rogue.

  3. justsomeguy says:

    God, I loved this game so much. So happy to find it after all these years!

  4. vado says:

    How many 1000′s of hours we played Mick, and never came close to winning? 😉

    Share your gamer memories, help others to run the game or comment anything you′d like. If you have trouble to run Rogue: The Adventure Game first!

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