Ancient Domains of Mystery Joins Steam Greenlight, Screens Released

ADOM (Ancient Domains of Mystery) is in its 20th year of development and commonly rated as one of the big five original roguelike games
After a successful Indiegogo campaign in 2012 ($90,169 donated), Ancient Domains of Mystery was expanded with new play modes allowing the player to choose between playing pure ASCII, tile based graphics (the current focus) or even 3D.
Now, Ancient Domains of Mystery needs your votes on Steam Greenlight here. If successful ADOM will be the second of the five big roguelikes (after TOME) and the oldest roguelike so far entering the world of Steam.
A batch of screenshots has been inserted in our gallery.