Creating Adventure Games On Your Computer edit / delete

Interesting to compare with the Usborne book. This was clearly written by someone who'd actually seen the Dungeon source, since it uses a "travel table" approach.

to adventure etext games if programming retrocomputing ... on 27 August 2016

:: CASA :: Pirate Byte edit / delete

"The December 1980 issue of Byte Magazine contained the full TRS-80 BASIC source code of Pirate Adventure, written by Mr. Scott Adams and his wife Alexis". Scans of the articles.

to adventure if retrocomputing scott-adams software source trs80 ... on 16 March 2016

2600 Connection edit / delete

Various "how to play arcade games" books; also includes Warren Robinett's history of 2600 Adventure, which is very interesting.

to 2600 adventure atari games history retrocomputing ... on 22 January 2016

GUE - Home edit / delete

Information about early home computer software -- mostly IF or adventure-game related, mostly American. Includes scans of feelies, etc.

to adventure games if retrocomputing ... on 20 November 2015

MUD1 edit / delete

"You have arrived at the home of the game Multi-User Dungeon, or MUD, also known to former players on CompuServe as British Legends."

to adventure compuserve games if mud retrocomputing ... on 22 March 2015

The OS/8 Adventure Home Page edit / delete

Adventure for the PDP-8.

to adventure dec if pdp8 retrocomputing ... on 28 April 2014

GDC: Me at Indie Soapbox, Ranting about Text | Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling edit / delete

Some examples of interesting text-based games from Emily Short.

to adventure cyoa games if text ... on 15 April 2013

aaronareed.net edit / delete

Various experiments in IF storytelling -- mostly Javascript now.

to adventure games if javascript software storytelling ... on 11 February 2013

Eamon Adventurer's Guild Online edit / delete

A notable series of Apple mostly-PD games. (Via Jimmy Maher.)

to adventure apple games if retrocomputing ... on 11 February 2013

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