Telarium

Amazon

Amazon

Atari ST - Released - 1985

Amazon is an interactive fiction graphic adventure game. The game was published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium) in 1984 and written by Michael Crichton.[1]

Amazon

Amazon

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Amazon is a graphical text adventure game by Michael Crichton. You work for the NSRT (National Satellite Resource Technology), a top secret research firm. Waiting for a transmission from a team sent to the Amazon Rainforest, you realize the expedition has gone wrong, and it is your job to travel to the Amazon Rainforest and figure out what happened. The game features three difficulty levels, timed sequences and action-based mini games. Included in the folder is a map of the Amazon rainforest and a technical briefing of your mission from the NSRT home office.

Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Based on Ray Bradbury's classic science fiction novel Fahrenheit 451. In a not so distant future, books have become illegal. As Fireman Guy Montag, the player's role is not to save houses, but to burn them for the books inside. However, Guy becomes passionate about books and becomes a rebel, pursued by the authorities. With the help of the Underground, he must survive and save books from complete extinction. The game acts a sequel to Bradbury's novel. Following the imposition of martial law Montag finds the young woman who inspired his resistance to the established order. With her help he can...

Perry Mason: The Case of The Mandarin Murder

Perry Mason: The Case of The Mandarin Murder

Apple II - July 30, 1985

Perry Mason: The Case of the Mandarin Murder is an interactive fiction computer game with graphics. The game was published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium), a subsidiary of Spinnaker Software, in 1985.

Rendezvous with Rama

Rendezvous with Rama

Commodore 64 - Released - September 12, 1984

Based on Arthur C. Clarke's classic science fiction novel Rendezvous With Rama. After an uncatalogued giant asteroid is discovered approaching Earth, scientists soon realize that it is in reality an alien starship. As commander of the spaceship Endeavor, and being the nearest to the gargantuan ship, it is up to you to rendezvous with it and explore it before it leaves the Solar system.

The Scoop

The Scoop

Apple II - Released - September 9, 1986

The Scoop is a mystery adventure game published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium), a subsidiary of Spinnaker Software, in 1986 for Apple II and rereleased by Spinnaker Software in 1989 for MS-DOS. The plot is based on the collaborative detective novel of the same name, written in 1931 by Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, E.C. Bentley, Anthony Berkeley, Freeman Wills Crofts and Clemence Dane. The player impersonates a journalist working for the down-on-its-luck newspaper "The Daily Courier". He is sent to investigate two murders which may, or may not, be connected. The player has...

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