The BIG List of Randomizers

- Video Games

Falling tetriminoes

I've been finding a bunch of video game randomizers lately, so I decided to compile them all in one big list, which has become quite extensive thanks to the help of the gaming community, in particular the ROMhacking.net community and the Randomizer Central Discord community.

You can access the full list here or through this blog's main menu at any time!

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