[Coco] Early ML text adventures
L. Curtis Boyle
curtisboyle at sasktel.net
Tue Jul 12 23:41:15 EDT 2005
Thanks... that will definitely come in handy for updating the site. I
used to have a copy of one of them on cassette, but lost that even before
the Coco 3 came out (it was not a legitimate copy, either).
On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 20:39:33 -0600, Robert Emery <theother_bob at yahoo.com>
> I still have my original cassettes of Scott Adams Adventures numbers
> 6-12. I
> haven't tried using them since the late 80's when I got my first CoCo3
> discovered that the autoload/execute feature made it incompatible with
> the 3. I
> wonder if a POKE or 2 would help.
> I'll dig the cassettes out and see if I can get a working WAV file.
> --- "L. Curtis Boyle" <curtisboyle at sasktel.net> wrote:
>> Somewhere, buried amongst hundreds of disks, I believe I have the
>> Ron Kreb's ones, and they will be going up on my site once I find them.I
>> have not had the Scott Adams ones for years, though, and don't know
>> to find them, although both Scott and Roger have given me permission to
>> put those up for download as well.
>> On Wed, 06 Jul 2005 17:35:35 -0600, Mark Anderson <rammdesign at msn.com>
>> > Anyone have Ron Krebs' early TEXT adventures, Black Sanctum and
>> > Island (not the graphic versions by Withers and O'Dea)? Been scouting
>> > for those and the portals done by Roger Schrag of Scott Adams' classic
>> > adventures for the Model I-III done for the Coco by Roger Schrag.
>> > rammdesign at msn.com
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