A simple rogue-like game written in Python.
Uses the libtcodpy library.
Currently, the game consists of a random map generator, line of sight, movement, random monster placement based on leveled lists, random placement of some items based on leveled lists, and attack mechanics.
Content is slowly being added, so please realize this is a work in progress.
Magic is currently only implemented in the form of magic scrolls that can be found and used as items. The player has no latent magical abilities, although this will be added in the near future. Monsters are all also very, very, weak. This is more for testing purposes, and will be balanced out as the game progresses.
Running the code
To run DungeonCrawler, you first need to make sure you have Python 2.7.3 installed. This currently will not work with Python 3.
Download the code somewhere, unzip/tar it, cd into the directory and run
Currently known to work on Windows and Linux, and probably Mac (needs testing, I don't own a Mac).
- LAlt + Enter = Fullscreen mode
- Escape = Exit (Game is auto saved on exit, Only one save may exist at a time)
- Arrow Keys = Move
- i = Open Inventory
- d = Open Drop menu (selected item is dropped from inventory)
- c = View Character information
- e = Examine an item
= Go down stairs (when directly on top of stairs)
- a..z = When in inventory screen, use item at index [char]
- g = pick up item currently under player
- Mouse = Identify object under pointer, target tile under pointer (for some spells, items)
To attack, simply move into your target
To equip items you find along your journey (swords, shields, armor etc) open the inventory, and use the equipment like any other item
Licensed under the Free BSD License
Copyright (c) 2013, Jeremy Cerise All rights reserved.
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