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Mouse driven roguelikes are not very common, although the number has increased in recent years thanks to the increase of graphical roguelikes running in a windowed environment. Mouse driven roguelikes has some benefits, such as easy to use point and click targeting for ranged attacks, although the discussion of keyboard vs mouse controls is almost as intense as what programming language is the best to use when writing a roguelike.

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