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DRL v0.9.9.7
DRL v0.9.9.7 DRL (D**m, the Roguelike) is a fast and furious coffee-break Roguelike game, that is heavily inspired by the popular FPS game Doom by ID Software. 25 Levels of Mostly Random Doom Dungeons Numerous Special Levels Innovative Text Base Gore System Arsenal of Classic Doom Weaponry Wide Range of Assembly, Unique and Exotic Items Trait Based Level System Three Classes, each with their own perks and Master Traits Almost All the Doom Monsters Excellent System for Charting Player Progress Medals Awarded For Excellence Badges Awarded For Advancement Original Doom Sound Effects Original Doom Music Modding System This download is for the Windows version. If you need the Linux version, download here. If you need the MacOS version, download here. Note about the Mac OS X version —If you have your Mac configured to accept only signed apps, you’ll need to manually allow DRL to run after installation (Ctrl-Right click the App and choose Open) — if you have any problem installing, feel free to ask at the forums! Note about the Linux versions — you’ll need SDL, SDL_mixer, SDL_image and libpng installed, and smpeg if you want to use the HQ versions. On some linux distro’s mp3 support is not enabled in SDL_mixer — a workaround has been posted on the forum. Click here to visit the author's website.
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Kornel Kisielewicz
   
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