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My Own Games
The Dungeon of Dunjin
A rather traditional game, with lots of locations (mostly underground),
lots of puzzles, some magic, some science, and not much of a plot. Kind
of a homage to Zork and Colossal Cave, with some new twists
to old themes.
Download exectuables for MS-DOS/Windows or
If you're stuck, here's a hint sheet
and a solution. Neither the hint sheet or
the solution were written by me, and I accept no responsibility for their
As of 20/3/2001,
Dunjin is freeware. The MS-DOS version has been updated to
reflect this. The Macintosh version still says that it's shareware and
asks you to register, but you can disregard that.
Uncle Zebulon's Will
A rather short game, which won a prize in the 1996 IF Competition.
The latest version is version 3, released January 15, 2003.
Download the TADS game file. To play this
game, you need the TADS run-time system which can be downloaded from here.
Download the source code.
Read a walk-through (not written by me).
A very short piece. Written for atmosphere; perhaps a bit lacking
Download the TADS game file. To play this game,
you need the TADS run-time system which can be downloaded from here.
Download the source code (TADS 2.5.5).
Read the official walk-through.
The Interactive Life of a Chess Piece. Originally part of the TextFire
12-pack, now released on its own, complete with Inform source code.
Download the game file and source code.
Hunt the Wumpus
This is a slightly modernized port of a classic game from way back
when - the original was written by Gregory Yob in 1972. It's not
really IF, but can be regarded as a precursor of text adventures.
And the port is written in the IF language Inform.
Download the game file and Inform source code.
Other People's Games
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