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This article is about the roguelike. For the Origin Systems computer game, see Omega (1989 computer game).
For other uses, see Omega (disambiguation).
Omega
Developer(s) Laurence Brothers
William Tanksley
Designer(s) Laurence Brothers
Version 0.90.4 (development)
0.80.2 (official)
Platform(s) Cross-platform
Release date(s) 1987
Genre(s) Roguelike
Mode(s) Single player
Input methods Keyboard

Omega is a roguelike computer game, first programmed by Laurence Brothers in 1987. It was one of the first roguelikes to feature a large countryside and elaborate plot development. Omega was riddled with glitches that could make the game difficult to complete, leading some contemporary commentators to describe it as "buggy" and "unplayable", although not always without some affection.[1]

Genre contemporaries include Larn and Moria.

VersionsEdit

At present, development continues sporadically as a SourceForge project directed by William Tanksley.

Independent of core development, Omega has been ported to Microsoft Windows (in both text-mode[2] and with graphical tiles) and BeOS[3].

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