Roguelike games (which, for the non-geeks among you, are computer role-playing games that usually involve randomly generated challenges, usually involve primitive graphics, and are usually limited to hack-and-slash) are not my favorite subtype of crpgs — I prefer stuff with more tactical combat. That said, I enjoy a good roguelike game now and then. In that spirit, enjoy the Beta of Caverns of Underkeep, a browser-based roguelike spotted in the forums at Basilisk Games. It's well-executed and fun.
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