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yaaqov wrote

I really recommend HyperRogue. It has solid roguelike gameplay (though quite colonial thematically), and it takes place in a world with hyperbolic geometry, a fact which permeates every element of the game and goes way beyond a gimmick—the game’s whole balance is based around it. Just go through the tutorial. You can get the game for free or pay for it if you want the most recent updates.

Built into the special options are ways to explore almost any kind of geometry you want, Euclidean, spherical, hyperbolic, connected, three and four dimensional, etc, if you’re into that kind of thing. It even has minigames that are designed for some of these other geometries