If you Googled “7drl” recently, you may have seen a search result like this:
Clicking the resulting link may have redirected some users to a spam site.
I have addressed the problem so far as I can see, removing the relevant script files and their inclusions, and cleaning out plugins, themes, .htaccess, etc. I’ll keep an eye on the site over the next few days to make sure it’s dealt with. This goes without saying, but please let me know if you find any remaining issues.
I took too long to get on to this, and it was my responsibility to address. I want to thank Paul McCann and Darren Grey for bringing the issue to my attention in the first place.
This year’s challenge runs from Saturday 4th through Sunday 12th of March 2017. You can choose any 168-hour window within this period to develop your roguelike. (More information is available on the RogueBasin wiki. You can sign up for 7DRL-related notifications here; also, don’t forget we have a Facebook page!)
This is a community blog – see the sidebar on the right-hand side of the page for links to create an account, log in, and post.
Don’t forget to register your roguelike for 2017, and share a link to this page on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.!
This year will feature the 13th Seven Day Roguelike Challenge, where developers are invited to make a new roguelike in 7 days. Voting has completed, and this year’s challenge will take place 4–12 March 2017.
More information is available on the RogueBasin wiki.
You can sign up for 7DRL-related notifications here.
Also, don’t forget we have a Facebook page!