And so it was that 99 brave challengers entered the 2011 seven day roguelike challenge!
Of those, 46 returned alive, claiming to have a finished and playable game… Now it is your turn to judge!
The Newcomers (First 7DRL Challenge)
- Ulf Åström: Puzzle Challenge (source)
- Benhem: 3D/2D dungeon crawl – (shh to: firstname.lastname@example.org with password:7drl)
- Joshua Day: Rook
- Filip Dreger: Pac the Rogue
- Furi-wuff: 7DRLCC
- Friedrich Hanisch & Jana Reinhardt: Pitman Krumb
- IBOL: Destiny Of Heroes
- Jplur: Gridfolk
- LordBistian: unnamed
- Dave Moore: Stygia
- Nicolas Makela: Alfarogue
- Andy Moraczewski: MonsterEnthrallerRL
- Nikolaos: Devil *MIGHT* Laugh
- psy_wombats: Deep Realm Heroes
- quickfingers: SRL
- Ralph: PM:theRL
- Justin Reardon: Storming the Ship
- Jacob Sadow-Reinshagen: dungeonRL
- Joshua Sigona: Free-Like
- Radek Soldek: Alamut
- Paweł Ślusarczyk: Piraten
- Tyler: Happy Ever After
- Anaël Verrier: Anauroch
- Ralph Versteegen & Nigel McBride: Geiger A.D. ’42 (Windows) (source)
- Wesley Werner: Wordrogue
- wiglud: Mad Mage
- Pat Wilson: Defender of the Deep
Experienced (2 7DRL Challenges)
- aave: A Little Anxious When It’s Dark
- Adam Gatt: God of Change
- Joseph Bradshwe: Rogue – The Cardlike
- Darren Grey: Broken Bottle
- Edwin DeNicholas: Regicide!
- Fobbah: Magicko
- Heroic Fisticuffs: GnomeSquad
- hmp: Dwarftown
- kaw: Light7DRL (Linux) (Windows)
- Trystan Spangler: Twelve Hours
- Oohara Yuuma: kusemono
Gentlemen (3-4 Challenges)
- Eben Howard: EmoSquid
- Legend of Angband: JSRL
- Nathaniel Inman: Kepler-10b
- Numeron: The Man in the Mirror
- Konstantin Stupnik: Monster Slayer Show
Singing, happy drunks (5+ Challenges)
- Corremn: Inversion of Control
- Jeff Lait: Vicious Orcs
- Slash: Elite International Detective
20 thoughts on “The 2011 7DRL Challenge is over!”
the benhem 3d roguelike was very interesting. im a bit biased because i like ssh playable roguelikes.
You might want to rename the title of this post – 2010 comp is long finished 🙂
Yay I was definitely singing and happy after i finished.
Once again – this is my 3rd 7drl challenge. And 3rd success btw 🙂
My 1st entry was under nick name ‘Xecutor’.
Changes: post title (:P), Konstantin moved to Gentlemen, Ido’s entry is taken off. I was told 7DRL is 7DRL so … eh.
this would get way more attention if it had it’s own site or if you at least posted a screenshot for each on in one post
right now 46 RLs in a list is pretty overwhelming
NO biggie but this is my second try. I did Gunfist last year.
And Rogue: The Cardlike this year
Well, people go by a nickname one year and with real name the next then are surprised I don’t realize this is one person. Mistake corrected.
Seth: Yes, but it would take even more time and work. Perhaps wait for evaluation results like it was done for 2010 7DRLs?
Some great work putting it together Michał. Looking forward to seeing some reviews. I’ve already been having fun playing plenty of new RL’s, there are some pretty good ones this year.
The holy Coommiittee is already starting the reviewing process.
Heya … we debugged Pitman Krumb a little bit, here is the latest version:
Post updated and underlying Pitman Krumb link leads now to version 1.1.
Well, I’d rather have the original link of Pitman in this list. Although the bugs are pretty embarrasing, the version 1.0 is the REAL 7DRL, while v1.1 was made after that and just isn’t done in seven days anymore.
So, here is the original: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10650964/7drl2011/final/Web/index.html
Bug fixes are not against the rules. Here, this section:
I think it is better to lead readers to fixed version than to give them unstable game just to be strict with terms. You are only required to have 7DRL version also available for play/download so that people can judge whether modifications do not exceed bug fixes and minor corrections. But! I shall revert the link to its previous location if you insist.
V1.1 isn’t bugfixes only, it also has some new features, with “progress saving” being the biggest.
I don’t insist that much … I just thought it would be unfair towards others if I didn’t mention it.
Other games are the same, linking to bugfix or tweak versions instead. It’s nothing to do with fairness – to be honest it’s unfair of others to leave bug-ridden code out there!