http://www.attnam.com/downloads/ IVAN, Iter Vehemens ad Necem, is a hardcore roguelike I recently started playing. It isn't as complicated as other roguelikes but it's pretty brutal, and its simple looking tileset reflects that with little animated sprites. Characters can bleed all over the place, vomit when sick or at will, rot, starve, get scared, lose limbs and die horribly. Every body part has its own health and getting an unarmored limb severed is pretty easy if you are not careful. There's a number of gods that can help you in most cases, they can even send angels or attach/grow a lost limb. An interesting thing about this game is the material system. Everything is made of one or two materials, which affects the stats of items and limbs. Naturally, steel made swords will do more damage and be less likely to break and rust than iron swords... All materials are related to a God, so if you pray to your favored ones while missing an arm, there's a chance they'll give you an arm made of one of their materials. Not always a good thing since some materials could be banana flesh, glass, cloth or another material unable to restore health points.