[Coco] [Color Computer] Realm of Nauga

Steve Ostrom smostrom7 at comcast.net
Mon Oct 22 00:59:51 EDT 2007

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "L. Curtis Boyle" <curtisboyle at sasktel.net>
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2007 8:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Coco] [Color Computer] Realm of Nauga

> On Fri, 19 Oct 2007 19:04:14 -0600, garysweaver <garysweaver at yahoo.com> 
> wrote:
>> Hey,
>> I'm looking for any information anyone out there has on an old
>> cassette coco1 game called Realm of Nauga. I bought it in the early
>> 80s from a Radio Shack and have heard that after that it was included
>> in some compilation(s) in coco clubs (via trading, etc.) If you have
>> it, It would be really awesome if you could share it, and if you have
>> a picture of a distribution of it (cassette, etc.) that would be way
>> cool, and screenshot would be super awesome. If you know the name of
>> the author, when it was written, or any of that then you are just the
>> coolest. I'm trying to put together a Wikipedia article on it, because
>> it was one of the early roguelike progenitors to Nethack. My wikipedia
>> article was already deleted once because it didn't have enough info,
>> but I got it undeleted, but I need to find more info on it if you have
>> any so it won't get deleted again due to lack of info. :) Also, please
>> add whatever information you can to Wikipedia on the old coco games.
>> It is really sad to see all of the broken links to old sites on coco
>> stuff, and I think a good way to keep information about the coco from
>> getting lost is to put it into wikipedia (which I think will be around
>> a long time). Please email me at garysweaver (at symbol here) gmail
>> (dot com) or just post stuff up on the Realm of Nauga article in
>> wikipedia.
>> Thanks!
>> Gary
> I believe that it was from Spectral Associates, and it ran in the standard 
> 32x16 text screen, with a world larger than a single screen. I only played 
> it a little in the early or mid 1980's, and haven't seen it since. Does 
> anyone still have it?
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I have a copy of Realm Of Nauga on my hard drive, but my notes say that it 
was written by Thomas Stephenson and published in Chromasette Magazine.  I 
don't remember if I ever played it.

-- Steve --

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