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VMC10_073D.zip
Contains VMC10.exe
Type CLOAD & hit ENTER. Select CURSE.​C10 in the JimG subdirectory of the Cassette directory. Type RUN...
Windows Application (Windows XP and later) (Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at www.info-zip.org.)

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Pharaoh's Curse

by Tim Koonce

Children's
1980

(based on 1 rating)
1 member review

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Very simple two-word parser text adventure, made in BASIC.
Also has some extremely simple graphic elements.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: March 29, 1980
Current Version: Unknown
License: Public Domain
Development System: BASIC
Forgiveness Rating: Polite
IFID: Unknown
TUID: erjs4vnmpusegbhz

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A Mini Adventure that might be Fun for Kids., July 24, 2017
by jgerrie (Cape Breton Island, Canada)
This program, written in BASIC for the TRS-80 Color Computer (Coco) and now ported by me to the Coco's little brother system, the MC-10, is extremely simple. It probably would only be interesting for very young children. The most appealing aspect is that it has some very simple graphic images that go with the text descriptions. This was relatively rare for simple BASIC text adventures on early 8-bit computer systems. It might also be of interest for adventurers who are looking only to spend 20-30 minutes gaming. The puzzle is not extremely challenging, but is coherent and does require some care in terms of ones search for clues and interpretation of messages. There are a few possibilities of arbitrary death, but they are no too vexing given the size of map. It's easy to restart and get back to where you were and try again. If you wanted to give a young child a taste of what early 1980s type-in gaming was like on an 8-bit computer, this game could fit the bill.

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