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bootRogue, a roguelike in 510 bytes of x86 machine code

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Hi all.

 

Just finished coding bootRogue, this is a roguelike game in 510 bytes of x86 machine code. Small enough to run from a boot sector.

 

You move with the arrow keys, if you move over a object, you take it, if you move over a monster, you battle it. There are weapons, armor, gold, food, traps and ladders. Once you find the Amulet of Yendor at level 26, you can go back and exit the dungeon. If you die, it will stop, if you win, it will stop.

 

Download is available from https://github.com/nanochess/bootRogue

 

Enjoy it!

 


 

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This is absolutely amazing.  I can't believe how much gameplay you were able to squeeze into such a small program.

 

Thanks for sharing.

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This is the kinda thing that makes me love nerds. Is there any practical reason to do this? Nope. Is it awesome and impressive? Yep. Love it when people set cool challenges like this and actually pull it off. Nice job!

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