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Project Summary

Exploring The Bleak (ETB) is a Graphical Roguelike videogame created by Nathaniel Inman of The Other Experiment Studio. ETB v1 was written in VB.NET and released on September 19th 2010 for the Annual Roguelike Release Party (ARRP). ETB v2 was written in Javascript and released on December 20th 2012. ETB v3 is written in Javascript and is slated for release November 11th 2013 for ARRP. ETB : Online is written in Java and is slated for a Quarter 4 release on Android in 2014.

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3d ai android asciigame gamedev javascript leaderboard map multiplayer online portable randomized roguelike tile_based

In a Nutshell, Exploring The Bleak...

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Project Security

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