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Submitted by roblef 802d ago | opinion piece

The Best Roguelike Games On Mac And iOS (CultofMac)

Cult of Mac's John Brownlee says, "Roguelikes are one of the most infinitely rewarding and replayable genres of games you can play, and in the last few years, they have experienced an incredible renaissance… not just in popularity, but in creativity as well.
Here are the finest roguelikes you can find on the Mac and iOS platforms. We’re ranking them according to accessibility and how easy they are to get into, so if you’ve never played a roguelike before, just try the first one we list on your platform of choice and wait for the addiction to set in!" (Apple, iPad, iPhone, Mac app store, PC)

roblef  +   802d ago
Seriously a great compilation of roguelikes.
bgrundman  +   802d ago
Wow, this list was far more comprehensive than I was anticipating.
bst3r  +   802d ago
Awesome list of games!
Rednoth   802d ago | Spam
Moncole  +   802d ago
Dungeons of Dredmor is amazing

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