Dragon's Lunch

The real time Roguelike.

Free Demo or Buy from itch.io

Buy from Humble Widget for Windows (linux/MacOS coming soon)

Game Play Video Me curious.

Screenshots Me no shoot, me no shoot!

What's This? Me hungry.

It started out as just your usual Saturday morning game of golf.
But what's this?
The ball went into the hole on the first green and when you went to investigate, you fell into the deepest rabbit hole ever (like, super deep) and ended up in a suit of armor in a dungeon.
The distant sound of dragon-burp wafts up from the depths.
Well, may as well go search for your ball!

Features Me want to know.

Real Time
- All the features of a traditional Roguelike - but you play in real time!
New random generated dungeons each game
- Enter the same random seed to compete against your friends.
Permanent death
- When you're dead, you're dead! No more golf!
No Pause!
- Want to check your map? Don't take too long, there's monsters about.
No Save in IronMan mode!
- WedgeMan allows roguelike saving (savefile is deleted on reload). PutterMan allows saving at any time.
Traditional RogueLike features
- Found a potion? Drink it to find out what it is. Read scrolls, wield weapons and armour, zap wands and wear rings.
12 Crazy Levels
- Defeat puzzles, traps, and a wide range of monsters before taking on the Dragon on level 12.
Multilingual!
- Runs in English, French and Goblin (NZolzidad!) and other languages can be configured.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

Minimum Specification:
OS: Windows 7
AMD Athlon 3.00GHz / Quad Core / 4GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5700 series
Sound Card: Any

If the Demo works, then the game will too!

The game has also been tested successfully on:
Intel i5 / 3.40GHz / Quad Core / 8Gb RAM / Windows 10
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 / Windows 10

OS: Linux and other Unix OS

The game has not been tested extensively on Linux.
It has run successfully in a Linux virtual machine (Virtual Box).

It's worth trying the Demo to see if it works.

OS: Apple MacOS

The game has not been tested at all on MacOS.

However, it's worth trying the Demo to see if it works.