ASCII Dungeon Crawler Made For Xbox 360

By Spencer . January 7, 2010 . 6:42pm

UberGeekGames made an Xbox 360 game that suits their name. Dungeon Adventure is a downloadable roguelike with ASCII art.


You don’t have to hit bats and search for loot as an “@.” Dungeon Adventure has tiles too.



But, the ASCII art makes Dungeon Adventure so much more nostalgic. The game supports chatpad and keyboard controls so it’s almost like playing a classic PC game on your Xbox 360.



You can get Dungeon Adventure from the indies game section on the Xbox Live Marketplace. It costs 240 Microsoft Points ($3) and is HDTV compatible. Nothing beats 720p # signs.


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  • Guest

    Nice, I’ll have to check this out.

  • leeorv

    hope it reaches the PSN as well, 3$ for a full-fledged dungeon crawler (ascii or otherwise) is a steal

  • Chow

    I found that trailer funny in that the character was attacking an emu, albeit in ASCII form.

  • MadMirko

    Finally. I never could stomach low-res Nethack on Wii. Ok, that’s free, but this is HD!!!1eleven.


    Seriously, stuff like this is what makes downloadable games platforms so awesome. I wish someone would hire the Dwarf Fortress guy to do a version for consoles.

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