A scroll of magic mapping helps Rodney in PC-Rogue...


DOSBox Providing a full-screen DOS environment with modern graphics and audio technology, DOSBox is the recommended way to play DOS games on the systems of today. For those not familiar with DOS, there are several "frontends" in existence allowing the ability to choose from installed games. DOSBox is the recommended way to to run DOS Rogue versions on modern systems.


DOSBox Turbo allows playing DOS games on Android devices. Root is not required, simply store the games your phone's SD card.


7-Zip 7-Zip is a program for creating, testing, and extracting archives. It greatly outdoes the native ZIP extraction support in Windows, and offers multiple archive formats (including its namesake, the 7z format). Many of the ZIP archives here contain other archives inside, including UNIX/Linux/BSD tarballs with source code, and to view these archives on Windows you will need a program like 7-Zip.

MultiHasher MultiHasher is a GUI-based freeware file hash calculator for Windows. It provides a convenient way to check MD5, SHA1, and SHA512 hashes for Windows users who would rather not worry about the command line.

Aztec C86 v3.4b Complete (web page) (local copy) Used for compiling the DOS version of Rogue.

CWSDPMI (link to DJGPP FTP server) (local copy) When running DOS-only machines, these files are required for playing DJGPP-based Rogue versions. Unzip these files somewhere into your PATH.


Rog-O-Matic: A Belligerent Expert System (web page) Automatically plays Rogue for you. Modern version maintained by songbird. The site contains the Rog-O-Matic and a modified version of Rogue 5.4 to go along with it.