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Congratulations adventurer!

Your quest is at an end for you have reached the home of NetHack.

Within, the Wizard of Yendor has no power, the Oracle speaks with
utmost clarity, and the grid bugs do not bite.

Click friend and enter.



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Click here for information on
version 3.6.2

Windows and MacOS X binaries are now available.
Developers: the current branch has been changed to NetHack-3.6.2.


Help!

What is NetHack? How do I get it? Read our
Information
page.
What is rec.games.roguelike.nethack? How do I access it? Why do I want to? Read our
USENET information page.
Information for Developers


NetHack References on the Web


Roguelike Celebration: Accessibility – Alexei Pepers

NetHack in
12 Amazing Terminal Based Games for Linux Enthusiasts

NetHack mentioned in a history of
ASCII Art


Computerized Dungeons and Randomly Generated Worlds: From Rogue to Minecraft

Published in

Proceedings of the IEEE ( Volume: 105, Issue: 5, May 2017 )


NetHack
 Mr. Wendel on Games

NetHack: THE BEST GAME OF ALL TIME? on Linux Voice

NetHack
in Time’s list of

All-TIME 100 Video Games

NetHack in
IGN’s “Fifteen Really, Really, Really Hard Games”

NetHack in Gamasutra’s “Game Design Essentials: 20 RPGs”

NetHack shows
up in
The DM Of The Rings

NetHack meets EverQuest II. (At least on April Fool’s Day.)

NetHack (a song parody), by
Rob Balder

The Beeb discovers
NetHack – the Computer Game


Top 11 Signs You’ve Got an Old Computer

Play NetHack,
a theme song for NetHack.

Our pet dog is one of the
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Top Ten Videogame Sidekicks
. Congratulations!

Dudley’s dungeon, a web comic

BBspot on NetHack:

New ATI Card Pushes Limits in ASCII Gaming

The USENET Oracle contemplates

encountering a woodchuck


The USENET Oracle contemplates

the amulet


The USENET Oracle contemplates

stairs


The USENET Oracle contemplates

sacrifice


The USENET Oracle contemplates

coping with loss


The USENET Oracle
contemplates

NetHack in Denver


The USENET Oracle
contemplates

the greatness of NetHack

NetHack in the comics at User Friendly:

NetHack makes techtv’s
list of
https://web.archive.org/web/20020604185956/http://www.techtv.com/extendedplay/story/0,24330,3310903,00.html

Best Internet Games

Backhanded compliment of the month award: ignpsx’s review of
Darkstone:

Ten bucks buys you an awful lot of dungeon-hacking — it sure ain’t NetHack but
it ain’t bad.

Gamespy.com’s “The History of Computer Games” continues with
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Worlds in Boxes

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Gamespot.com: Unsung Heroes – NetHack


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Gamespy.com: NetHack is simply an anomaly…


See what happens when NetHack meets T-rex
– isn’t USENET great?


Salon Technology: “The Best Game Ever”


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“The History of Computer Games – Part I”

NetHack in Print

IEEE Spectrum, February 2016,
Games: NetHack and the Joy of Text“.

IEEE Computer, February 2011, “Certainty through Uncertainty?”. We even got
a screenshot.

30th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop, April 2006, “Understanding
Open Source Software through Software Archaeology: The Case of NetHack”.
The
abstract
is available online.

“Fatal Distractions”, 1994, David Gerrold, The Waite Group.

NetHack Quotes

Nethack is one of my all-time favorite games, one I’ve been
playing since 1200 baud was smokin’ fast.

— Actor Wil Wheaton,
http://www.wilwheaton.net

In short, NetHack 3.1.3 is the most elaborate role-playing
environment you are ever likely to explore. This is a place to
return again and again, each time for a different experience.
You’re really going to have to play it for a year or two and
see for yourself.

— “Fatal Distractions” by David Gerrold

Thank you for the latest release of gradewrecker. My GPA just
went in the corner and shot itself.

— USENET posting, author unknown



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