Roguelike Tutorial – Written in Python 3 and TCOD

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  • RoguelikeDevResources

    A curated list of roguelike development resources

    I found some great resources here for other languages, too, including even FreeBasic:

    https://github.com/marukrap/RoguelikeDevResources

    There are also a lot of frameworks out there which may be useful without a tutorial. For example Valkyrie for the Free Pascal Compiler, which integrates Lua and was used to create DoomRL.

  • roguelike-tutorials-website

    The website for the Roguelike Tutorial Revised

    I did a bit of a double take seeing this on HN. Seeing something I helped to create on here is... a strange feeling, to say the least.

    While I'm not completely satisfied with the way this tutorial stands right now, I certainly hope that it has given a few people some ideas and motivation for their own roguelike projects.

    Feel free to shoot any issues with the site or tutorial text over to the Github page: https://github.com/TStand90/roguelike-tutorials-website (fair warning: I'm pretty bad at responding to issues, and I sincerely apologize for that)

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  • Crafting Interpreters

    Repository for the book "Crafting Interpreters"

    The content of the book isn't open source, but the code in it and the code for the build system is:

    https://github.com/munificent/craftinginterpreters

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