ADOM (Ancient Domains Of Mystery)

Thomas Biskup, Jochen Terstiege, Zeno Rogue, Krzysztof Dycha, Lucas Dieguez

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Game Information

Available on:PCNov 16, 2015

Developers: Thomas Biskup, Jochen Terstiege, Zeno Rogue, Krzysztof Dycha, Lucas Dieguez

Genres: Roguelike, RPG, Strategy

ADOM (Ancient Domains Of Mystery) is one of the most successful roguelike games ever created, boasting a brilliant mix of story, RPG, exploration, and intensely strategic and flexible combat. The Steam version adds various Deluxe features like achievements, difficulty level customization and various play modes (e.g. a story mode allowing to save and restore games, a weekly challenge game, an exploration mode and more). ADOM has been in development since 1994. In 2012 its development was revitalized with an immensely successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, now allowing us to offer ADOM both with ASCII and graphical modes enabling you to choose freely. ADOM is primarily known for being the first roguelike to include vibrant towns, NPC dialog, and quests, but it offers more than just a rich story line in a complex fantasy world: a huge game world with hundreds of locations such as towns, randomized dungeons, elemental temples, graveyards, ancient ruins, towers and other secrets loads of races (dwarves, drakelings, mist elves, hurthlings, orcs, trolls, ratlings and many others) and even more classes (fighters, elementalists, assassins, chaos knights, duelists and much more) allowing for infinite play styles hundreds of monsters and items, many with enhanced random features a corruption system forcing you to balance lust for power with fear of damnation (corruptions slowly transform you into a vile monster but at the same time grant inhuman benefits - most of the time) spells, prayers, mindcraft, alchemy, crafting and more dozens of quests and branching story lines numerous wildly different endings that might alter reality itself (simply drive Chaos away or slay a god or even become an immortal yourself, and others more)! various game modes (story mode to be able to load and save games, challenge mode to face peculiar weekly challenges, exploration mode for a free wand of wishing and more) various customization options (turning hunger off, turning corruption off, modifying monster difficulty or treasure rates)
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Reviews

What can you say about a game that is still around from 1994? ADOM challenges the players in every possible ways, it requires patience and resilience. A roguelike that is still very enjoyable, even if some elements are a bit old style and can disorient less experienced players.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Beautiful story, amazing amount of new content, high replay value and very challenging and deep gameplay, make ADOM a valuable game that can entertains you hours and hours. although some issues like technical and graphical problems or high rate of complexity may damage your experience, but in the end, ADOM is a nice choice for every fan of "deep rogue-like games with high amount of content". So get ready and begin your journey to the Ancient Domains Of Mystery!

Review in Persian | Read full review