Results for Ascii Dreams Roguelike of the Year 2012

The full list sorted by name is available at the Ascii Dreams. This year there was fierce mobilization among ToME and ADOM players. Ultimately the former won despite ADOM taking lead for a time.

Here is list of all games that broke hundred votes. This number was chosen with premeditation. Like last year the most voted games include some of questionable roguelikeness.

1659 votes   –   Tales of Maj’Eyal

1445 votes   –   ADOM

730 votes   –   ADOM II

687 votes   –   Dungeon Crawl: Stone Soup

605 votes   –   Dwarf Fortress

454 votes   –   FTL

442 votes   –   UnReal World

393 votes   –   DoomRL: Doom, the Roguelike

349 votes   –   Brogue

280 votes   –   Dungeons of Dredmor

180 votes   –   Sword of the Stars: The Pit

175 votes   –   Torchlight 2

173 votes   –   Cataclysm

150 votes   –   The Binding of Isaac

138 votes   –   Caves of Qud

135 votes   –   X@COM

133 votes   –   TomeNET

130 votes   –   Sil

4 thoughts on “Results for Ascii Dreams Roguelike of the Year 2012

  1. ramblin' man

    no way TomeNET got 133 votes without double voting. Maybe 40 people in the world play that game and I doubt they all came out to vote. People must’ve thought it’s the new version of ToME.

  2. Lord Morgoth

    Way more than 40 people have tried to best me in TomeNet. Not many of them have.

  3. C. Blue

    Regarding TomeNET, despite only few players playing on the official online server simultaneously, the number of accounts created on the main online server is actually in the 5-digit range and the number of players who play it “offline” or in their own LANs with friends is actually *much* higher than the number of online players.

    A friend of mine (who doesn’t play TomeNET but knows I’m involved in it) once visited a Linux convention in Berlin and called me on his mobile when to his suprise the people standing next to him were talking about the latest TomeNET release. ;) One of those wtf moments..

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