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  32. I'm pleased to announce the fifth annual 7 Hour Roguelike (7HRL) competition, modeled on the <a href="http://www.roguebasin.com/index.php?title=Seven_Day_Roguelike_Challenge">7DRL competition</a> but in the spirit of the 1DRL: "Use whatever you like (existing engines, libs, code, graphics, sounds), just make the game."
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  35. We will be starting at Noon EST on Sunday November 11th, 2018 at Clarkson University in SC334 and continuing until 7pm, at which point we will eat pizza, and then demo what wemade. All are encouraged to come for the pizza and demos, especially non-participants. Remote participation is encouraged!
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  38. The theme this year is <em>HVAC</em>.
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  40. <div>
  41. <h2>GOAL</h2>
  42. <p>
  43. Create a functional Roguelike in 7 hours. Even if severely limited in scope, the end result should be playable and recognizable as a Roguelike.
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  45. </div>
  46. <div>
  47. <h2>RULES</h2>
  48. <blockquote>
  49. The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT", "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and "OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in <a href="https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2119.txt">RFC 2119</a>.
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  51. <ol>
  52. <li>
  53. If you will be there in-person and want pizza, you SHOULD sign up by <a href="mailto:dunbarj@clarkson.edu?subject=7HRL%20Signup&body=HAIKU%20GOES%20HERE">emailing Jared Dunbar</a> (now) with an at-least-somewhat topical haiku.
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  55. <div class="note">
  56. The haikus will be posted publically on this site. Please don't submit anything you would be embarassed to see next to your name.
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  59. You SHOULD NOT forget to have fun.
  60. </li>
  61. <li>
  62. You SHOULD encourage your friends, roommates, professors, enemies, casual acquaintances, and random passerby to participate. Emphasize free food.
  63. </li>
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  66. <div>
  67. <h2>GUIDELINES</h2>
  68. <ul>
  69. <li>You MAY work individually or in groups of any size.</li>
  70. <li>You SHOULD design your Roguelike in advance!</li>
  71. <li>You SHOULD study pertinent algorithms, techniques, and libraries that may aid in implementing your Roguelike.</li>
  72. <li>You SHOULD become familiar with any libraries you plan on using and SHOULD create a library of generic algorithms that may come in handy.</li>
  73. <li>You MAY create any art or other creative assets specific to your Roguelike before the competition begins.</li>
  74. <li>You MAY use any technologies you wish to implement your Roguelike (C, C++, Python, Julia, C#, Unity, Unreal Engine 4, Rust, Go, x86 assembly, Malbolge, ...).</li>
  75. </ul>
  76. </div>
  77. <div>
  78. <h2>EXPECTATIONS</h2>
  79. <p>
  80. The 7DRL challenge is considered one of the more difficult kinds of game jam, due to the scope and complexity of even the simplest Roguelikes. The 1DRL is widely considered to be a disaster. But quoting Han Solo, "Never tell me the odds." And misquoting C-3P0, the odds of getting a fun, complete Roguelike out of this are "approximately three thousand, seven hundred twenty to one." This should be fun and I promise you'll learn something. But don't expect to end with a polished, production-quality game.
  81. </p>
  82. </div>
  83. <div>
  84. <h2>RESOURCES</h2>
  85. <ul>
  86. <li>
  87. <a href="http://www.roguebasin.com/index.php?title=Articles">Roguebasin</a>, a wiki for roguelike design.
  88. </li>
  89. <li>
  90. <a href="http://www.redblobgames.com/">Amit Patel's site</a>, has very useful explanations of important algorithms
  91. </li>
  92. <li>
  93. <a href="https://github.com/iiag/iiag-legacy">iiag</a>, a COSInaut roguelike
  94. </li>
  95. <li>
  96. <li>
  97. <a href="https://github.com/nsf/termbox">termbox</a>, a terminal UI library. Widely considered better than ncurses.
  98. </li>
  99. <li>
  100. <a href="http://roguecentral.org/doryen/libtcod/">libtcod</a>, the roguelike construction toolkit.
  101. </li>
  102. <li>
  103. <a href="http://www.creative-writing-now.com/how-to-write-a-haiku.html">How to Write a Haiku</a>
  104. </li>
  105. <li>
  106. <a href="http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/12/26/a-history-of-roguelikes-in-6-free-games"> A History of Roguelikes in 6 Free Games</a>
  107. </li>
  108. </ul>
  109. </div>
  110. <div>
  111. <h2>ROGUELIKES FROM PAST EVENTS</h2>
  112. <h3>Spring 2015</h3>
  113. <ul>
  114. <li><a href="https://github.com/millere/7hrl">Ethan Miller</a></li>
  115. <li><a href="https://github.com/xales/7hrl">Jacob Greenfield</a></li>
  116. <li><a href="https://github.com/beadleha/erg">Alan Beadle & Alex Macri</a></li>
  117. <li><a href="https://github.com/coddinkn/cosi_7hrl_2015">Killian Coddington</a></li>
  118. <li><a href="https://github.com/richteer/wambda">Eric Richter</a></li>
  119. <li><a href="https://github.com/lannonbr/Schurke">Ben Lannon</a></li>
  120. <li><a href="https://github.com/cmr/seven-hour-roguelike">Corey Richardson</a></li>
  121. </ul>
  122. <h3>Fall 2015</h3>
  123. <ul>
  124. <li><a href="https://github.com/jrddunbr/7hrl">Jared Dunbarr</a></li>
  125. <li><a href="https://github.com/lannonbr/ExplodingHearts">Ben Lannon</a></li>
  126. <li><a href="https://github.com/coddinkn/sns">Killian Coddington & Corey Richardson</a></li>
  127. <li><a href="https://github.com/ElBaha/sharl">Adam Kimball & Alex Macri & Graham Northup</a></li>
  128. <li><a href="https://github.com/bruskajp/SpookyScaryRougeLike">James Bruska</a></li>
  129. <li><a href="https://github.com/hunterdquant/RostomSefu">Hunter Quant & Collin Walling & Zachary McNulty</a></li>
  130. <li><a href="https://github.com/Lundar/GUN">Austin Lund</a></li>
  131. </ul>
  132. <h3>Fall 2016</h3>
  133. <p>
  134. [<a href="https://gitlab.cosi.clarkson.edu/jared/archive-7hrl-fa2016">archive</a>] [dead link]
  135. </p>
  136. <ul>
  137. <li>
  138. <a href="https://github.com/hunterdquant/7HRL2016">Hunter Quant and Adam (Baha) Kimball</a>
  139. <pre class="haiku">
  140. No haiku for you.
  141. I am sitting in COSI.
  142. Don't make me do this.</pre>
  143. </li>
  144. <li>
  145. <a href="https://github.com/Macri-man/7HRL2016">Alexander Macri</a>
  146. <!-- no haiku found -->
  147. </li>
  148. <li>
  149. <a href="https://gitlab.cosi.clarkson.edu/jared/7hrl-fa2016">Jared Dunbar</a> [dead link]
  150. <!-- no haiku found -->
  151. </li>
  152. <li>
  153. <a href="https://bitbucket.org/nkenyon/savagerl/">Nicklas Kenyon</a>
  154. <!-- no haiku found -->
  155. </li>
  156. <li>
  157. <a href="https://gitlab.cosi.clarkson.edu/bashawhm/The_Golden_Toilet">Hunter Bashaw, Abigail Matthews, and Reece Emero</a> [dead link]
  158. <pre class="haiku">
  159. Melania Trump
  160. That is all I want today
  161. Her golden toilet</pre>
  162. <pre class="haiku">
  163. Love like it's the end,
  164. let it permeate your soul,
  165. and sooth your being.</pre>
  166. <pre class="haiku">
  167. I would like to join
  168. Don't know how many people
  169. Flavor don't matter</pre>
  170. </li>
  171. <li>
  172. Sam Heater
  173. <pre class="haiku">
  174. Vote vote vote vote vote
  175. Please go out and vote today
  176. ITS IMPORTANT. VOTE.</pre>
  177. </li>
  178. <li>
  179. <a href="https://gitlab.cosi.clarkson.edu/pop1040/7HRL-Fall-2016">Yoel Ben-Avraham and Thomas Withiam</a> [dead link]
  180. <pre class="haiku">
  181. Here's a sweet limerick:
  182. There once was a jerk named Thomas,
  183. Who thought he was top of his class.
  184. So when final grades came,
  185. it was hard to explain,
  186. how Thomas had not even passed.</pre>
  187. </li>
  188. <li>
  189. Bobby Newman
  190. <!-- no haiku found -->
  191. </li>
  192. <li>
  193. Anthony Rinaldo
  194. <pre class="haiku">
  195. I come all alone,
  196. I want banana peppers,
  197. Upon my pizza</pre>
  198. </li>
  199. <li>
  200. James Bruska
  201. <pre class="haiku">
  202. I really want to go.
  203. But i may have work to do.
  204. I plan to be there.
  205. I like the bacon,
  206. So get me some of that please.
  207. I also like cheese.</pre>
  208. </li>
  209. </ul>
  210. <h3>Fall 2017</h3>
  211. <ul>
  212. <li>
  213. <a href="https://gitlab.cosi.clarkson.edu/xperia64/devrogue">James Bruska and Bobby Newman</a> [dead link]
  214. <pre class="haiku">
  215. I am too lazy
  216. to make you a real haiku
  217. hahahaha, deal.</pre>
  218. </li>
  219. <li>
  220. <a href="https://github.com/Macri-man/7HRL2017">Alex Macri</a>
  221. <pre class="haiku">
  222. Awesome Legitness.
  223. The games that are made someday.
  224. Spectacular Hell!</pre>
  225. </li>
  226. <li>
  227. <a href="https://github.com/bashawhm/7HRL">Hunter Bashaw</a>
  228. <pre class="haiku">
  229. I'm in the office
  230. What is the meaning of life
  231. Middle Management</pre>
  232. </li>
  233. <li>
  234. <a href="https://github.com/Lorenzsj/some-hour-roguelike">Stephen Lorenz</a>
  235. <pre class="haiku">
  236. PHP is trash
  237. and Perl 6 is a nightmare
  238. da*n it Larry, why?</pre>
  239. </li>
  240. <li>
  241. <a href="https://github.com/cmr">Corey Richardson</a>
  242. <pre class="haiku">
  243. When the program fails
  244. and you are mad remember
  245. ripples on water</pre>
  246. </li>
  247. <li>
  248. <a href="#">Jacob Burritt, Reece Emero, and Anthony Mangiacapra</a>
  249. <pre class="haiku">
  250. Today I was hurt
  251. Yesterday I fell down stairs
  252. Tomorrow more pain</pre>
  253. <pre class="haiku">
  254. This is a haiku
  255. Rock farm is best farm ever
  256. I enjoy pizza</pre>
  257. </li>
  258. <li>
  259. <a href="https://github.com/AmiliaM/shockz">Amilia MacIntyre</a>
  260. <pre class="haiku">
  261. This adrenaline
  262. Dungeon-Crawlers, my heart beats
  263. And sparks with lightning</pre>
  264. </li>
  265. <li>
  266. <a href="#">Thomas Withiam</a>
  267. <pre class="haiku">
  268. My electrical
  269. Rusty Refrigerator
  270. Is not relevant</pre>
  271. </li>
  272. <li>
  273. <a href="">Kristina Kolibab and Yoel Ben-Avraham</a>
  274. <pre class="haiku">
  275. Yoel is the best
  276. Coolest person ever born
  277. Number one human</pre>
  278. </li>
  279. <li>
  280. <a href="#">Josh Gordon</a>
  281. <pre class="haiku">
  282. Haikus or haiku
  283. An ambiguous plural
  284. For real, f**k English</pre>
  285. </li>
  286. <li>
  287. <a href="https://github.com/rinaldaj/7hourrouguelike2017Spring">Anthony Rinaldo</a>
  288. <pre class="haiku">
  289. A demon wisphers
  290. This is a real bad haiku
  291. Refrigerator</pre>
  292. </li>
  293. <li>
  294. <a href="https://github.com/xales">Jake Greenfield</a>
  295. <pre class="haiku">
  296. xales'); DROP TABLE HAIKU; --</pre>
  297. </li>
  298. <li>
  299. <a href="https://github.com/jrddunbr/7hrl-fa2017">Jared Dunbar</a>
  300. <pre class="haiku">
  301. mechanization
  302. it is what makes the world go
  303. watch it burn slowly</pre>
  304. </li>
  305. </ul>
  306. <h3>Spring 2018</h3>
  307. <ul>
  308. <li>
  309. <a href="">Hunter Bashaw</a>
  310. <pre class="haiku">
  311. The toilet is gone,
  312. She must reclaim her kingdom,
  313. So Go it shall be.</pre>
  314. </li>
  315. <li>
  316. <a href="">Thomas Withiam</a>
  317. <pre class="haiku">
  318. My electrical
  319. Rusty Refrigerator
  320. Is not relevant</pre>
  321. </li>
  322. <li>
  323. <a href="">Amilia MacIntyre</a>
  324. <pre class="haiku">
  325. Go Go Gadget Sneks!
  326. Crooks and Nannies sneak around -
  327. Watch out for grandma!</pre>
  328. </li>
  329. <li>
  330. <a href="">James Bruska, Bobby Newman, Caleb DeLaBruere</a>
  331. <pre class="haiku">
  332. Tell me this sooner.
  333. I like to plan for events.
  334. Here is my haiku.</pre>
  335. <pre class="haiku">
  336. Buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz.
  337. Buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz.
  338. Buzz buzz I'm a bee.</pre>
  339. </li>
  340. <li>
  341. <a href="https://github.com/Rollinc2198/7HRL-Spring-2018">Carter Rollins</a>
  342. <pre class="haiku">
  343. </pre>
  344. </li>
  345. <li>
  346. <a href="https://github.com/zoglac/7hrl-1-28">Tibbs (Phillip Tibberts)</a>
  347. <pre class="haiku">
  348. Just seven hours
  349. It is going to be shit
  350. But hey what the hell</pre>
  351. </li>
  352. <li>
  353. <a href="https://github.com/Macri-man/7HRL2018">Alex Macri</a>
  354. <pre class="haiku">
  355. </pre>
  356. </li>
  357. </ul>
  358. <h3>Fall 2018</h3>
  359. <ul>
  360. <li>
  361. <a href=""></a>
  362. <pre class="haiku">
  363. </pre>
  364. </li>
  365. </ul>
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