|Latest version||1.18 (Fiery Minotaurs)|
|Genre(s)||Hack and slash, Roguelike, RPG|
|Twitch||Goblin Hack! Channel|
Goblin Hack! is a freeware roguelike (hack and slash RPG) developed in 2006 by Neil McGill who published it through SourceForge.net. It is an "opengl-based smooth-scrolling ASCII graphics game! Inspired by the likes of NetHack, it opts for a simple interface that appears to appeal to kids (and adults) and fires the imagination in today's world of over-rendered games."
Players can choose one of several classes before being thrown into the first floor of a randomized, ongoing dungeon. Unlike typical roguelikes, players of Goblin Hack! can manually save their game. An unsaved game, however, results in a lost character.