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Adventure Quest

by Mike Austin, Nick Austin, and Pete Austin

Episode 2 of Jewels of Darkness
Fantasy
1983

About the Story

Adventure Quest is a full scale adventure game with 225 individually described locations. You will have to solve a very large number of problems on your journey to the Black Tower and (perhaps) victory.
To play Adventure Quest you simply enter English phrases to tell the computer what you want to go (e.g. MOVE NORTH, FILL THE BOTTLE or LOOK AROUND), and it acts as your eyes and ears to describe your surroundings.
In fact, Adventure Quest is amazingly easy to play - you don't need to be able to find the cursor keys blindfold or hammer the space-bar for hours. But it may take weeks to solve! Fortunately you can use the SAVE command to store the current state of the game and return to everyday life for a while, resuming play later.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Baf's Guide ID: 868
IFID: LEVEL9-003
TUID: 42b18ov4c4ao88za

Sequel to Colossal Adventure, by Pete Austin, Mike Austin, Nick Austin, James Horsler

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SynTax
Jewels of Darkness
Everything useful seems to be guarded! There's a Djinn by the oasis, a sphinx by a pyramid and a giant picks the bones of an unfortunate traveller right in the middle of a path you'd just love to use. Avoid those and you can bet you'll run into some orcs! Even the priestess who offers to help you with your quest won't do so until you find and return her sun-dial. So nothing is straightforward.
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