Development on survival game UnReal World began in 1992. 1992. And now, in February 2016, it’s coming to Steam. Better late than never!
The game, which began life as a shareware ASCII roguelike with a fantasy slant, has evolved through its years (well, decades) of constant development, jumping from DOS to Windows and going from a D&D-inspired game to an experience set in Finland during the Bronze Age.
Yes, I just wrote DOS.
It won’t be for everyone — it’s more Dwarf Fortress than Rust — but if you’re down with trading visuals for complexity, it’s definitely worth a look.
It will be out on Steam on February 26, but you can try it now for free (it will be free on Steam, too).