- these feature pages for different variants, including links to downloads, the variant homepage, description of the
variant, and reviews.
- Angband has had many authors and contributors. Here are some of the more
prominent ones with web sites.
- The homepages for different variants. All are active.
- Angband has a large community of players and developers. These groups are
particularly kind to beginners.
FTP & HTTP sites
- Repositories of source code, documentation, and executable packages
for many systems.
The Premiere Angband and variant site.
A fairly comprehensive and well maintained site listing
roguelike games, with lists, links, and articles on writing your own.
Angband Variants Page
Another variants site, with download links and descriptions.
Official Angband Site Ben Harrison's Angband page.
He was the maintainer of 2.7.X-2.8.X. This site tends to be very
Robert Alan Koeneke is the original author of Moria,
the program upon which Angband is based. He has a nice site detailing
some of the history of the development of Moria, but it is has recently
Home to Zangband, an active, sprawling, heavily played and heavily developed
variant. Many variants are based on it.
Dragon Angband. See how the other half lives.
The most used group for Angband. Postings include questions,
boasting about your character's newest find or spectacular death, posting
bug reports and patches, and endless discussion about possible changes to
Announcements of new versions, binaries, and FAQs. This group
is for all roguelikes, not just Angband.
FTP & HTTP Sites
(US) The new official ftp site for Angband.
(US) The old official ftp site for Angband. (defunct)
(US) small mirror site.
(Sweden) Swedish University Network mirror site.
(Finland) Finnish University Network mirror site.
(Australia) mirror site.
(Japan) Kyushu University mirror site.