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3-K Trivia

MS-DOS - Released - August 28, 1984

3-K Trivia is a trivia game for up to six players. Each question round begins with a slot machine which randomly chooses three of the question categories (science, history, geography, nature, sports, show business and two mixed topics). Then the player (each participant is quizzed separately) chooses the category (provided that different ones appeared) and has to answer a trivia question by typing in the answer. Answering correctly awards a certain amount of points and the goal is to collect more than the other players. The specific amount is influenced by a number of factors, most...

Adventure in Serenia

Adventure in Serenia

MS-DOS - Released - 1980

King George's daughter Priscilla has been kidnapped by an evil wizard named Harlin, who holds her in his castle. The King offers half of his kingdom to anyone who would venture into the faraway mountain land, enter the castle, defeat Harlin, and bring back the princess. Only one adventurer is brave enough to accept this challenge. The Wizard and the Princess is a text adventure with graphics. The game's environments are composed of still shots viewed from first-person perspective. The player types combinations of verbs and objects to interact with the game world, move between locations,...

Adventures in Math

Adventures in Math

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

In Adventures in Math the player takes the role of a treasure hunter who explores a castle. The goal of the game is to find the exit while earning as much points as possible. Points are rewarded for picking locks and finding treasures. To achieve these tasks the player has to solve mathematical riddles while using the four basic arithmetic operations. The answer has to be typed in by using the keyboard. If the player doesn't succeed the game shows the correct answer and he has to try again - but in a few cases the treasure gets stolen by a spider and is lost forever. In the beginning of...

The Adventures of Hyperman

The Adventures of Hyperman

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

The Adventures of Hyperman is an educational point-and-click adventure game that teaches science through puzzles. A cartoon series inspired by the game later aired on CBS. The plot of the game is very simple, the two bad guys, Entrobe and Kid Chaos, are loose and try to bring chaos to the earth by adulterating and messing up with the environment properties of the planet, so it's up to Hyperman and his side-kick Emma to stop them by solving different puzzles in which they are gonna need to know some things about different concepts of science. The puzzle types are very varied, from simple...

The Adventures of Pinocchio

The Adventures of Pinocchio

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

This is an interactive movie game based on the 1996 live action movie by the same name. After Pinocchio realizes his dream of becoming a real boy, the evil Lorenzini kidnaps him and turns him back into a puppet. You must help Pinocchio's creator, Geppetto, find and rescue him. You'll go through Pinocchio's home town, row a boat through monster-infested waters and visit Terra Magica, the fair where Lorenzini turns boys into donkeys. To succeed, you'll have to dodge deadly traps, solve puzzles and outwit Lorenzini's conniving henchmen. Sometimes, you'll have to turn yourself into a puppet, a...

Aeromathics

MS-DOS - Released - 1986

True to its title, Aeromathics splices the standard math game fare of solving arithmetical riddles with an aerial theme. The player is presented with a series of aviation-related images, which have to be erased (using a cursor) to reveal the mathematical problems hidden behind them. Once the correct answer is entered, a new image appears, and so on until the timer runs out - the quicker you uncover the questions and type in the solutions, the higher your final score. Bonuses can be racked up for unbroken sequences of right answers, and for revealing the secret star icons that lie hidden behind...

Alley Cat

Alley Cat

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Alley Cat is a platform game originally released for the Atari in 1983. The player controls a cat who solved various puzzles in an apartment building.

Arithmetic Games Set 1

MS-DOS - Released - 1981

A pair of games, Beano and Rockets, played against the machine or a second human player. The common concept is how moves are made: each side rolls the dice, and puts together a mathematical expression from the rolled numbers. The four basic arithmetic operators (plus parentheses) are allowed, and the result determines the move. Beano is a variation on bingo: each side gets a 5x5 card composed of randomly arranged numbers. If a move can be made that matches a number on the card, a bean is placed on that number. The first player to fill a row, column, or diagonal with beans wins the game...

Attack

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

In a show of corporate pettiness, your target in this game is Apple Computers' manufacturing base. Steve Jobs was prepared for this seemingly-unlikely occurrence, and has a fleet of fighters out to shoot you down. Be careful to stay within the earth's atmosphere, and use your 35 bombs and 60 lasers wisely, dropping bombs on the structures and shooting down the enemy fleet. After the plant is destroyed the game loops. It was written in BASIC, and all graphics in the game are ASCII characters.

The Book of Shadowboxes

The Book of Shadowboxes

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Shadowboxes is a cuddly little program designed to teach preschoolers the alphabet . Shadow, a computer generated dough-boy, guides your child through the story. He explains the menu options and offers to read the text to you child. The child also has the option of reading the text himself. The beautiful graphics are reminiscent of a cozy quilt. They actually appear to be soft and squishy. The unusual and appealing artwork is inviting to children and parents alike. The animation is lifelike and intriguing. This really is a beautiful program. The music and dialogue are easy on the ears. Shadows...

Bouncy Bee Learns Letters

Bouncy Bee Learns Letters

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

Bouncy Bee Learns Letters is an educational game for children 4-8 designed to improve reading skills. The game includes several activities to help with recognition of letters in the alphabet: Fantastic Flying Letters: In this game the letters of the alphabet are introduced by Bouncy Bee along with a noun picture word that begins with that letter. This activity gives children an opportunity to practice reading and saying the letters, as well as seeing lower and upper case variations and some words that use the letter. Grandfather's Beehive: In this game various letters and symbols move on the...

Bumble Games

Bumble Games

MS-DOS - Released - August 1, 1983

Bumble Games is an educational game designed to teach graphing skills to children age 4-10. The creature Bumble will guide you through six different games that are available: Find Your Number: Bumble will think of a secret number between 1 and 5. You need to guess it! After each incorrect guess, a clue will appear on the screen indicating whether your guess was too high or too low. Find the Bumble: Bumble is hiding somewhere in a 4x4 grid, and you need to find him! By entering in coordinates, you can guess a grid location to see if he's there. If not, a clue will be displayed indicating in...

Bumble Plot

Bumble Plot

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Bumble Plot is an educational game meant to help develop geometry skills for children between the ages of 8 to 12 years old. The game has a children-oriented visual design, but the actual gameplay consists entirely of real geometrical problems. Players' performance is evaluated with praise or encouragement.

Casino Games

Casino Games

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

This must be one the first commercial casino games for PC. Play blackjack, slots and poker in ASCII graphics.

Crayola Magic 3D Colouring Book: Favourite Places

Crayola Magic 3D Colouring Book: Favourite Places

Windows - November 13, 1999

Crayola Magic 3D Colouring Book: Favourite Places is an interactive CD-ROM that allows children to colour a picture and watch it come to life with true 3D colouring pages. It is designed for ages 3-7 to maintain early computer skills. There are 64 colours to choose from. There are also a variety of themes such as vehicles, animals, fantasy, space, and many more. Two activities include colouring by letters and numbers, and a connect the dots game. A scribble pad is available where children can draw their own pictures. Pictures can be printed out to share with others, including friends and...

Crayola Magic Princess: Paper Doll Maker

Crayola Magic Princess: Paper Doll Maker

Windows 3.X - Released - 1999

Create Clothes for historical princesses and learn about their lives. Girls imaginations blossom as they design and decorate finery for paper doll princesses. History comes to life through the diary entries and letters of four famous regal women, inspiring girls to write their own stories and letters. It's magical, historical fun! Works great on its own or as a companion to Magic Wardrobe.

Electronic Grammar: Parts of Speech

MS-DOS - Released - February 4, 1986

Cutesy critters EG (pronounced Eegee) and his friends Blip and the Its are your hosts in this game which, true to its title, imparts knowledge of the English grammar, with chapters covering the different parts of speech - from nouns and pronouns to conjunctions and interjections, and everything in between. Short summaries of the subject matter are presented, followed by free-response or multiple choice questions: correct answers are rewarded with EG's excited hopping, whereas mistakes will just have him slowly shaking his head (and explaining your error). Once a chapter is completed, a...

Freddy's Rescue Roundup

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Freddy's Rescue Roundup is an action platform game where you need to collect all of the chickens on the screen within the available time limit while avoiding enemy robots. Within the maze besides chickens and enemy robots are some bonuses which will temporarily freeze the robots or replenish your supplies. Doors are also present which will quickly transport you to the matching door in the maze. The game features three different skill levels and allows you to choose an entry point into the maze.

Gertrude's Secrets

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Gertrude's Secrets is, in brief, what you get when you take Warren Robinett's Adventure for the VCS (right down to the quacking dragon-duck!) and turn it into an educational object-sorting game for a younger audience than the earlier Robot Odyssey and Rocky's Boots. Gertrude is a benevolent goose who maintains what might be considered a dungeon: a complex of chambers containing puzzles which yield secrets -- treasures -- upon completion. But instead of monsters, the rooms contain something much scarier to a child: education in the fields of logic, pattern-matching (of colours, shapes and...

Imperial Space Command

MS-DOS - Released - 1986

You command the Imperial Fleet of the One True Civilization - the descendant of a legendary Empire which once united mankind in a galactic Golden Age, but perished in a horrifying civil war. As interstellar travel ceased, the struggling, isolated remnants descended into a Dark Age, and the knowledge of old was gradually lost. However, on your planet conditions were favorable, and untold generations later, a new culture has dawned. Artifacts from the ancient Empire were unearthed and studied, forgotten arts relearned, and space travel reinvented. But as the first test flights began to...

Juggles' Butterfly

Juggles' Butterfly

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Juggles' Butterfly is an educational game for children ages 3-6. The game includes a keyboard template with two blue lines which will divide the keyboard into four sections. During the game you will be asked to press keys which are located above, below, to the left, or to the right of the blue lines that are placed on the keyboard. With a correct answer colored shapes will appear on the screen. Afterwards there is a free form mode where you can 'create' an animated picture; pressing a key on the corresponding section of the keyboard will draw a section of either a rainbow, butterfly, or...

Jumpman

Jumpman

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Jumpman is a bomb disposal expert. He is called on to save the Jupiter headquarters after the evil Alienators invade it and booby-trap its 30 levels. In this early platform game, the titular hero must find his way around each screen, collecting every bomb. There are platforms and ladders to use, and a jet booster to propel you up the screen. However there are also enemies to avoid, and Jumpman must be careful not to fall too far.

Jungle Book

Jungle Book

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

Deep within India's Black Jungle, a scandalous crime has taken place. Someone has stolen the jeweled crown of King Louie, the orangutan who rules Monkey City. Now he's hoppin' mad and there will be no peace until his crown is returned. Mowgli and his friends are counting on you to help recover this sacred treasure and restore calm to the jungle world. Not to be confused with the Disney title of the same name, yet based on Disney's 1994 live-action adaptation of the acclaimed book, you must get the crown back by solving puzzles and watching FMV sequences. The game comes with a microphone...

KidRiffs

KidRiffs

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Think you have budding virtuosos under your roof? By all means, put them in front of a computer and have them play with Kid Riffs. This is a fun, hands-on music program designed to teach the basics of musical composition and performance. The disc sports a building metaphor in which different musical concepts are taught. You can try out more than 1200 different instruments in the Instrument Inn, or explore musical scales in the Scale Shack. The Rhythm Room presents the meaning of rhythm and how measure affects it, and you can add special effects and musical progressions to your tunes in the...

M.U.L.E.

M.U.L.E.

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

M.U.L.E. is about four hopeful explorers trying to make a fortune on a virgin planet. This is done by producing various goods (Food, Energy, Smithore, Crystite). Each of these goods have their uses: if you don't have enough food, you will have less time during your turn. If you don't have enough energy, your output will be lower. If enough smithore isn't produced, there will be a shortage of M.U.L.E.s. Crystite is the big earner that can make or break your game. You start the game by selecting your race. Some are easier to play, some harder. There are three levels of difficulty, in the...

Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold

Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

The sequel to American Laser Game's original Mad Dog McCree, with pretty much the same gameplay and motion capture graphics. This PC conversion seems to have been tweaked a bit to be more stable than the original Mad Dog. There's also somewhat limited replay value as you can choose from 3 different guides for 3 different routes through the game.

Mad Dog McCree

Mad Dog McCree

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Mad Dog McCree and his gang have kidnapped the Mayor and his daughter, and its up to you to rescue them. You must blast through bars and bank robberies to take the gang out and save everything you regard as good and true. Where the game differs from other Operation Wolf-influenced shoot-'em-ups is in the use of live video, with real people appearing on the screen before you shoot them down. You have unlimited continues with which to reach the end, so the actors will have their screen deaths seen by as many people as they would had they starred in a film.

Matrix Madness

MS-DOS - Released - September 27, 1984

Matrix Madness exercises and evaluates the player's pattern recognition skills by posing a series of 3x3 grid puzzles, filled with abstract graphical shapes except for a single empty space. The player must grasp the logic behind the arrangement and select the right shape to fill in the blank; scoring depends on reaction time and on the number of guesses taken. The puzzles come in three difficulty levels, which determine the complexity of the patterns (and the number of optional answers available). After ten questions a final score is given, which can be compared with that of a hypothetical...

Maxit

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

Maxit is a strategy game for two players or one player against the computer. In the game, there is an 8x8 board; Each space in the board contains a point value. The object of the game is to earn as many points as possible by moving a marker to a non empty space to collect how ever many points are in that space. The first player is only able to move the marker horizontally, and the second player can only move the marker vertically. The board contains both negative and positive point values, so ideally you want to take a high, positive point value and force your opponent to take a negative...

Microsoft Adventure

Microsoft Adventure

MS-DOS - Released - 1981

The earliest commercial home computer port of the first mainframe adventure game, Colossal Cave. Players explore said cave, searching for treasure, solving puzzles, using magic, avoiding threatening little dwarves, and navigating mazes of twisty passages, all alike.

Microsoft Decathlon

Microsoft Decathlon

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

A simulation of the 10-event Olympic Decathlon, this early game was basically a series of 10 arcade games back to back. The player used the keyboard to control how fast the character would go in a race or when to throw the javelin, for example. Decathlon also had a training mode which let you play any of the events individually. A nice feature about the game is that up to six players could play the game in hot seat mode. Several of the events were one player at a time, but many of the races were two at a time, giving you some live competition. You were scored based on your performance at...

Mine Shaft

Mine Shaft

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

It's business as usual down at the gemstone mines... or at least it was, until your trusty mining robots started going haywire and wrecking equipment. Rather than cut your losses, you decide to stick around: can you excavate the crystals from each mine and make a hasty exit before the dysfunctional robots destroy your mine cart? The action takes you down to the twisty network of passageways inside the mine, where several gems are strewn about waiting to be picked up. Soon enough the robots arrive and start running amok, chasing your mine cart along the twists and turns; any contact with...

Monster Math

Monster Math

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Answer basic math skill questions to erase the monsters and earn points.

Mouser

Mouser

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Mouser is a maze game with an overhead view similar to Pac-Man. The object of the game is to help the farmer rid his farm of mice. To do this the player must move the walls of the maze around to corner the mice, allowing their cat to take care of them. If a female mouse gets to a piece of cheese, it will reproduce and the player will have even more mice!

NFL Pro League Football

NFL Pro League Football

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

1995 edition of Dave Holt's brainchild: NFL Pro League. This time published by IBM. NFLPL is strictly a coaching simulator, so you call the plays, make substitutions, arrange the team, etc. but don't get involved directly on the action and you view everything from the sidelines. You can play against the computer in exhibition games or league play, in which you can select any team from 1960 to 1995 complete with accurate uniforms and player roster, and with several trade and drafting options. The game also comes with a play creator to complement the 100 offensive and defensive plays...

One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes

One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes

MS-DOS - Released - March 1, 1983

One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes from IBM is a maze action game which will run only on the monochrome display, using high intensity, low intensity, and black colors for different elements of the environment. Players can select the maze number, marker speed, sound options, and type of scoring - timed or point value. Scoring is a combination of maze level, marker speed (1-9), and time of completion. There are 11 levels of difficulty, each level has 10 mazes, the last one has only one final level. The more difficult mazes brings new hazards, such as trap doors or invisible walls. The game...

PC Pool Challenges

PC Pool Challenges

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Play straight pool or 8 ball with up to 4 players in this incredibly customizable pool simulation. Players can be human or computer controlled. Nearly every aspect of pool is re-created in this game including speed, English, skill levels and more. The game also has a customize menu allowing you to change friction, rail bounce, collide accuracy and much, much more.

Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

This is the story of "Peter and the Wolf" told using voices, music and animations. It is intended for young children and tries to teach them music appreciation. It is narrated by Tony Randall. In addition to the main story, you can click on one of the characters from the story to see just their part. You can also click the orchestra to get to click on some instruments to here them play selections from the symphony. There is also a matching game accessed by clicking the theatrical masks at the bottom of the stage.

QBasic Gorillas

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Gorillas, also known under the source code's file name Gorilla.Bas, is a video game first distributed with MS-DOS 5 and published in 1991 by IBM corporation. It is a turn-based artillery game. The game consists of two gorillas throwing explosive bananas at each other above a city skyline. The players can adjust the angle and velocity of each throw, as well as the gravitational pull of the planet. Written in QBasic, it is one of the programs included as a demonstration of that programming language.

Rapid Assault

Rapid Assault

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

"Rapid Assault is a science fiction driving shooter. The action takes place in the fourth decade of the twenty-first century, in a peaceful world ruled by the United World Council. However, the last few surviving syndicate bosses, led by Sceptre, began to gather the strength threatening the new world order. The Secret Council has approached You to eliminate the growing threat. Your mission is to expose Spectre's operations and uncover the double agents in the UWC. The game features a training mode located in the arena, where the player must defeat ten laps full of enemy vehicles. The main...

Rocket Lander

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

Rocket Lander is a conversion of the arcade game Lunar Lander. The object of the game is to land a space craft on the landing pad while avoiding the mountainous terrain. This is accomplished by adjusting the thrust and tilting the rocket left or right so your rate of descent is slow enough to land safely. The rocket crashes if the rate of descent is too fast, or the misses the landing pad. After reaching 100 points, advanced mode begins which features more difficult terrain.

Rocky's Boots

Rocky's Boots

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Rocky's Boots is a simple educational puzzle game where you can learn about logic circuits. You control a nondescript square, moving it about several rooms. Each room contains basic electronic parts like AND, OR and NOT gates, flip-flops, delays and clocks. You can pick these up and combine them to build simple or complex circuits. After a helpful tutorial, the task in the game is to build "kicking" machines: Objects of different colors move through an area and turn sensor outputs on and off. You now have to build a circuit that activates a kicking device which kicks the right objects...

ScubaVenture

ScubaVenture

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

In ScubaVenture you need to dive for treasures! Your goal is to earn as many points as possible by collecting rare fish and opening valuable treasure chests along the ocean floor. Each of the underwater caverns contains several locked treasure chests; keys for the chests can also be located somewhere in the cavern. By collecting the appropriate key and unlocking the matching chest you earn points, and if you can unlock all of the chests you move on to the next level. Collecting certain types of fish also earns points. Poisonous fish, seahorses, electric eels and sea weed can all be found in...

Shamus

Shamus

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Infiltrate the lair of the elusive Shadow, shoot and sneak your way through his army of robotic minions, and hunt him down before he does the same to you. Starring in the titular role of Shamus, you will have to find your way through over 120 rooms in this cross between Berzerk's "robots in a maze" action and Adventure's exploration of a predefined game world. The elusive villain's henchmen will express their disapproval of your plans in rather strong terms, namely with showers of bullets. What's more, once they're dead they don't necessarily stay that way: each time a room is re-entered, a...

Strategy Games

Strategy Games

MS-DOS - Released - January 31, 1983

A very early four-in-one game package, containing computerized versions of Checkers for Beginners, Elusion, Battleship, and Reversi.

These United States

MS-DOS - Released - September 27, 1984

Up to four players may take part in this educational game, which tests one's factual knowledge of the fifty states comprising the USA. Two basic forms of quiz are included - one is State Comparison, where two random states are selected in each turn, and the player is asked to compare different aspects of the two (area, population, population density, largest metropolitan area, highest elevation). The other is States Facts, which highlights one state at a time and poses factual questions about it (its name, two-letter code, capital, largest city, and the year it was admitted into the...

Touchdown Football

Touchdown Football

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

A very capable football simulation, given the year and technology. Call the plays, then run them using the keyboard or joystick. Digitized voices enhance the game, including the crowd, calling the numbers, and referee's calls.

Triple Threat: An Arcade Adventure

Triple Threat: An Arcade Adventure

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Take your choice- high-tech combat in space, in the skies over hostile territory or on land. Triple Threat: An Arcade Adventure, consists of Quatra Command, F-18 No Fly Zone and Black Rein. It offers fast-paced action, riveting 3D graphics and 16-bit digitized sound- all to heighten the tension as you select you weapons and battle for survival.

Trivia 101: The Introductory Course

Trivia 101: The Introductory Course

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

In the same vein as TV and Cinema and 3k Trivia, IBM gives us another game show trivia game, this time with categories such as: The Bible Famous Epitaphs High Technology (for 1984...) Hollywood Horrors Diet and Fitness ...and about 100 more.

TV and Cinema 101: Trivia from Talkies to Trekkies

TV and Cinema 101: Trivia from Talkies to Trekkies

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Up to 14 individuals or teams can play in this game of TV and movie trivia.

Verso

MS-DOS - Released - 1986

IBM's adaptation of the perennial board game known as Othello/Reversi, in which two players exchange turns placing chips on the game board, attempting to enclose consecutive chains of the opponent's pieces between two chips of their own. A straight or diagonal line of chips thus trapped will switch sides to the capturing player's color; when all possible moves are exhausted, the player with the most pieces on board wins. Verso may be played against a fellow human contender or versus the CPU. Traditionally, the opening layout places four chips (two for each player) at the center of the...

Volcanoes

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

An educational title which appropriately delves deeply into the subject of volcanoes: their formation and classification, the geological and physical aspects of volcanic activity, and its impact on people and the environment. The information is delivered in the form of animated slideshows divided into chapters, each peppered with a series of thought/review questions to stimulate the learning process. Two more interactive challenges test you on your knowledge - a true-or-false quiz which presents 10 questions on the subject matter, and a matching quiz where you must pair corresponding terms...

Word Seeking

MS-DOS - Released - September 27, 1984

A fairly standard word-search puzzle game: find and mark the words concealed inside a grid full of scrambled letters. The game doesn't come with a predefined list of words, but the player is free to create one, after which the computer constructs the puzzle - placing each word horizontally, vertically or diagonally, in normal or reverse order. Parameters such as grid size can be redefined. You have the option to reveal the hidden words when the going gets tough; if you're hell-bent for hard-copies, the puzzle (and its solution) can be printed too.

Zap'em

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

Zap'em is an action game for one player. You control a spaceship on the left side of the screen which is capable of moving up or down and firing lasers. Coming towards you from the right will be numerous enemy ships. You need to shoot as many of the enemies as you can in order to earn points. While many of the enemy ships take only one shot to destroy, some will require multiple hits and a few will even be ghost ships and can disappear temporarily. Your ship has a limited amount of fuel which will steadily decrease; the game ends when you have no more fuel left.

Zyll

Zyll

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

A young man named Zyll, who lived in the Land of Magic and Enchantment, tried to become a black mage, with the intent of conquering and ruling the entire realm. However, he was banished before he could realize his plans. Determined to have his revenge, Zyll took possession of the Black Orb, an ancient artifact of immense power... The gameplay of Zyll follows a unique concept - it is a real-time, 1 or 2-player (cooperative or competitive) text adventure, with random treasure placement and character classes. Find the Black Orb and return to save your home from becoming a barren wasteland.

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