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Bug#594224: ITP: moria -- A roguelike game with an infinite dungeon

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Phil Brooke <pjb@debian.org>
X-Debbugs-CC: debian-devel@lists.debian.org

* Package name    : moria
  Version         : 5.6
  Upstream Author : David Grabiner et al.
* URL             : http://www.asselstine.com/moria-5.6.tar.gz
* License         : GPLv3
  Description     : A roguelike game with an infinite dungeon

Umoria is now available under the GPLv3. It was previously in the Debian archive (last version 5.5.2-5), but was eventually removed.

I've exchanged emails with upstream and the former maintainer, and intend to package the new, free version.

The description from the old Debian package contained:

 NOTE: despite the package name, this is actually UMORIA 5.5.2.

 A single player roguelike game with a regenerating dungeon, moria is
 the predecessor of angband with a full-screen, text-based, turn-based
 interface.  It features scrolling maps, and an infinite (constantly
 regenerated) dungeon.

 Moria's dungeons are populated by monsters, some of which are
 inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's books.  The goal of the game is to find
 and kill the Balrog, whereupon the player is crowned King.  Your
 player can be created from a combination of 8 races (human, half-elf,
 elf, halfling, gnome, dwarf, half-orc, half-troll) and 6 classes
 (warrior, mage, priest, rogue, ranger, paladin), and is measured by 6
 attributes (strength, dexterity, intelligence, wisdom, constitution,
 and charisma).



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