You Only Live Once is a Seven Day Roguelike written by Jeff Lait.
You can get the most recent version here.
This provides a windows and linux executable versions along with the source for those brave enough to try and build it from scratch. It also provides a linux curses and windows curses version for those allergic to graphics. It also provides a mac source version so those running OSX can compile it.
The features of You Only Live Once are:
A 7DRL is supposed to be completely done at the end of the seven days. However, this should not mean one does not make small fixes.
005: Various Fixes, Windows Curses
October 24th, 2006
Version 005 sees the mac-curses build not be distributed. Instead, you'll have to content yourself by compiling it by hand out of the macport directory.
The good news is that there is now a windows curses build.
You can get 005 here.
Note: I have no idea why there is no 004.
003: Mac Curses Release
April 6th, 2005
Version 003 adds a mac-curses build. You should be able to run this in your console on a OSX mac. Since I built this over an ssh connection, it was black and white. I don't know if you'll get colour.
You can get 003 here.
002: Bugfix Release
April 5th, 2005
Version 002 fixes all known bugs. It also adds support for curses output. This allows one to play the game over a text only terminal. I have hopes it also makes it easy to port to the Mac, but I have not yet got a Mac to try it on. If you port it to OSX, I would be grateful if you could send me the binary so I can release it to others.
You can get 002 here.
March 11th, 2005
The original 7DRL version can be got here.
It seems I can't even code for 7 days without writing at least one bug! Here are the known bugs in You Only Live Once 7DRL release.
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