The Dungeons of Moria (Moria) offers gamers a single-player, infinite dungeon simulation. Apart from name and final adversary (a Balrog), most Moria titles borrow lightly from the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. Popular derivative games include Imoria and UNIX Moria (Umoria) and its descendants, Pmoria, Morgul, and kMoria. Generally, members of this game family are open source, and working versions exist for most computing platforms. The Pits of Angband (Angband), first branched from Moria, has grown over the years to become its own family of roguelikes. Information regarding Angband resides in the Games: Video Games: Roleplaying: Rogue-like: Angband.
Threaded archive of Usenet posts. (Discontinued September 1994)
Port to C language for Linux. Changelog and source files.
Palm OS port of Umoria. Changelog, tips, source and executable files, and build instructions.
Guides, spoilers, monster search, and character dumps. Links to source and executable files for several platforms.
Changelog and executable for Amiga OS4.
Alters final objective and tweaks gameplay. Synopsis and link to MS-DOS executable.
Site of official maintainer. FAQ, contact email, and links to source and executable files for several platforms.
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