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Many versions of Rogue exist for various operating systems. Each one is slightly different, but still the same basic game.
I haven't tested all of these files. Many of them do not work or work poorly on modern machines. I can't be responsible for anything that happens to your computer as a result of downloading or using these files.
To extract these files, you need a program that can extract from ZIP files (such as 7-Zip for Windows, PKUNZIP for DOS, unzip for Linux, etc...). Windows XP and later have a built-in ZIP file extractor, but some ZIP files have archives inside, so downloading 7-Zip is recommended. See Utilities to download.
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Public Domain Software v1.1 - 1984 (Mr. Mctesq Was Here) (aka "PC-Rogue") By Jon Lane. The most popular DOS version. This does not allow you to set options.
Artificial Intelligence Design Systems Beta Test .1 - 1983 (Mr. Mctesq was here) For DOS. Different "look" than the one above.
Artificial Intelligence Design Systems Beta Test .1 - 1983 (Faris was here) Two versions (easy and hard) for DOS, look and feel resembles the Beta Test .1 Mctesq version. NOTE: Do not save games with either of these Faris executables, attempting to load the game crashes the program.
Artificial Intelligence Design Systems v1.0, SN:0 - 1983 (Mr. Mctesq was here) For DOS. Looks like the Public Domain version, but it is an AI Design version.
Artifical Intelligence Design Systems (Public Domain Version) The version string says it is a "public domain version" though it is has a copyright notice dated 1983. Some sources claim this is from 1986.
Epyx Inc. v1.45 - 1985 (Boudewijn was here) Commercial DOS version of Rogue. Allows you to set options. From The Rogue Archive: "According to Boudewijn Waijers this was never a modified and recompiled version but merely a quick hack with a binary editor."
Epyx Inc. v1.49 - 1985 (Mr. Mctesq was here) Commercial DOS version of Rogue. Allows you to set options.
10rogue v1.0, SN:0000 - 1984 (Codebusters were here) Based on a 1983 Rogue release, modified by Codebusters Inc.
PC-Rogue Source Code (v1.1 Mr. Mctesq) (source code) Compile with the Aztec C86 compiler, available on the Utilities page.
Rogue 5.3 clone vII For DOS. Harder to set up than the one below.
Rogue Clone IV (web page) For DOS and Win32 console. Allows switching between the look of the UNIX/Linux/BSD versions and the look of the DOS versions.
nanRogue (web page) For Windows CE.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 3.6.3 (DOS DJGPP binary) Restoration of the original UNIX version 3.6.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 3.6.4 Wizard Edition (DOS DJGPP binary) Toggle Wizard mode by pressing Ctrl-P. Includes documentation on Wizard Mode commands. Modified & compiled by coredumpcentral.org from the RRP's SVN source code (retrieved on 4/17/10).
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 5.2.1 (DOS DJGPP binary) Restoration of the original UNIX version 5.2.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 5.4.4 (DOS DJGPP binary) Restoration of the original UNIX version 5.4.
Hexatron Rogue 5.3 clone vIII for Windows (16-bit/Windows 3.1) GUI version by Ephraim. "Crude."
LinuxRogue for DOS v0.3.7 DJGPP binary compiled by coredumpcentral.org, with Wizard Mode and Version Bug patches applied, extra documentation, and DOS/DJGPP-compatible source code. See LinuxRogue entry below for more details.
TileRogue v2.3 By Donnie Russell. A DirectX-based graphical tile version of the Rogue clone, complete with sound.
ClassicRogue v2.3 By Donnie Russell. DirectX-based graphical remake of Epyx Rogue v1.48, features sound, customization, and ability to switch between ASCII & tiles.
ClassicRogue v2.5 By Donnie Russell. DirectX-based graphical remake of Epyx Rogue v1.48, features sound, customization, and ability to switch between ASCII & tiles.
ClassicRogue v1.51 Last open-source version of ClassicRogue for Windows. Includes source code.
Retro Rogue Collection (web page) Allows selection between several PC and UNIX Rogue versions, and has the ability to emulate older monitors.
Users of Windows XP and later must the DOSBox emulator to properly play DOS games. See Utilities to download and for more info.
See Roguelikes page for the Roguelike Restoration Project and the Roguelike Restoration Project Fork, which include multiple versions of Rogue and similar games such as SuperRogue.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 3.6.3 (source code) Restoration of the original UNIX version 3.6.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 5.2.1 (source code) Restoration of the original UNIX version 5.2.
Roguelike Restoration Project Rogue 5.4.2 (source code) Restoration of the original UNIX version 5.4.
LinuxRogue v0.3.7 (source code) The Rogue 5.3 clone vII for Linux cleaned up for modern *nix systems. It has passed through various hands and does not currently have a Web site. This ZIP file has been packaged by coredumpcentral.org. It includes a patch which fixes Wizard Mode bugs on certain systems, a patch which fixes a bug in the version display, improved documentation, and more.
LinuxRogue ITA (web page) Italian version of LinuxRogue.
mlrogue (web page) LinuxRogue rewritten in the ocaml programming language.
Rogue and Rog-O-Matic (web page) Modern version of Rog-O-Matic (autopilot play) and a modified Rogue 5.4 to go along with it. By songbird.
KRogue 0.9.5 (source code) For KDE v1. Does not work on modern versions of KDE.
KRogue 0.9.5 (binary) For KDE v1. Does not work on modern versions of KDE.
ClassicRogue v1.1 for Linux x86/ncurses, binary only.
TileRogue for Linux Based on NetBSD version of Rogue Clone vIII. SDL-based graphics, binary only.
MAC OS (CLASSIC/MODERN)
Rogue 3.0 by Marco Pontil. (graphical version)
Rogue for OS X v1.00 (aka RogueDarwin) Command-line/terminal version.
Semicolon Software Rogue Shareware version for Mac OS 7/8/9.
Rogue (strict port) "Strict port" of Rogue to the Mac. Requires System 7 or later.
Many of these games can be played online, see Play Online section.
VIDEO GAME CONSOLES
Rogue Clone vII For PSP.
Rogue Clone vII (source code) For PSP.
AGB Rogue For Game Boy Advance. Made by Donnie Russell.
Rogue DS v1.0 For Nintendo DS. Made by Donnie Russell.
Rogue DS v1.1 For Nintendo DS. Made by Donnie Russell.
GBA Rogue (web page) For Game Boy Advance. Made by Richard Quirk.
Epyx Rogue v1.48 for the Amiga.
Rogue 5.3 clone vII for the Amiga.
Rogue (web page) for the TI-83+/83+SE/84+/84+SE calculators.
TiRogue v0.1 (web page) for the TI-89 calculator.
PocketRogue 0.92 Based on Rogue Clone v5.3.
Epyx Rogue for the Atari ST.
Epyx Rogue II for the Atari ST.
Rogue for BeOS. By the defunct gasmic.org.uk (a PDF of the original page is included in the archive)
Mastertronic Rogue (web page) for the Commodore 64.
Mastertronic Rogue for the Amstrad CPC.
zRogue Release 2, Serial Number 980706 for the Infocom Z-machine.
Epyx Rogue v1.0 for the TRS-80 CoCo3.
Rogue v1.7 for the CP/M. By David Goodenough.
Mastertronic Rogue (web page) for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Web page includes TZX and TAP versions, screenshots, cassette inlay scan, and magazine reviews.
Rogue Directory An archive containing a collection of Rogue versions for multiple operating systems, as well as documentation, spoilers, and screenshots. This archive was contributed by a visitor to Rogue Central.