Roguelike game programming and development in Javascript?

The Roguelike genre has been in development for decades–since 1980, in fact, when Rogue, the first Roguelike game, was written. Since then, Roguelike games have been created in many different programming languages. Among the more popular of these languages are C, C++, Java, and Python. However, a new contender is appearing: Javascript. Although it’s the new kid on the block, Javascript is quickly becoming a popular choice for Roguelike development and has already been used to make quite a few games.
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