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Old 07-20-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
BenCollver
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Announcing Rogue Class Linux version 2


Rogue Class is a toy Linux distribution for playing games and reading books. Rogue Class has a streamlined installer and it supports joystick controls in most of the programs. RCL favors turn-based games, such as puzzles and rogue-like games. Rogue Class is based heavily on Slackware Linux. The scripting language is TCL. The graphical interface is Agar, running on SDL and the Linux VESA framebuffer. Most of the games are SDL applications. Version 2 adds networking, the links web browser, IRC chat, screen shots to imgur, plus 3 new roguelike games: multi-player Angband, Powder, and Tome. To download RCL, visit rogueclass.org
 
  


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