Atom Adventures

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Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Mon May 06, 2013 6:27 am

Hello all,

Just wanted to let all you Atom adventurers know that the Atom Software Archive currently contains the following adventures:

A&F Software Death Satellite (Adventure I)
A&F Software Zodiac (Adventure II)

Acornsoft Dungeon
Acornsoft House
Acornsoft Intergalactic
Acornsoft Sphinx Adventure

Byte Lost Dutchman's Gold

C&VG Haunted House

Hopesoft PS1A Atom Adventure
Hopesoft PS2A Sample Adventure from Write Your Own Adventure
Hopesoft PS3A Pirate Island

Level 9 Colossal Adventure
Level 9 Adventure Quest
Level 9 Dungeon Adventure
Level 9 Snowball
Level 9 Worm in Paradise
Level 9 Return to Eden
Level 9 Lords of Time
Level 9 Red Moon
Level 9 Price of Magik

Magnus Olsson Atomia Akorny
Magnus Olsson Diamonds
Magnus Olsson Dragon

Program Power Adventure
Program Power Dragonslair

Ramtronics Africa Diamond

Your Computer Atom Quest (written by Colin Comber)

Personal Computer World Atom Quest (written by Nick Foale)

Last Edited: 22/10/2015

I'm trying to make sure we include all know Atom adventures.

The best list I could find on the Internet is this one:
http://solutionarchive.com/list/platform%2C37/

Does anyone happen to have any of the missing titles?
- Diamonds (Magnus Olsson)
- Intra Terrestrial (?)
- Pirate Island (HopeSoft)

Does anyone know of any other Atom adventures?

The Atom Software Archive is a single zip file containing ~250 Atom Software titles, in ATM form which can be used with AtomMMC or with the Atomulator emulator. Links in this thread:
Atom Software Archive

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Mon May 06, 2013 6:34 am

I just spotted that Diamonds and Intra Terrestrial (Dutch version only) are in the Acorn Atom GameBase, so that just leaves Pirate Island, which I think was in Arcadian's collection of tapes.

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Mon May 06, 2013 6:51 am

It looks like Intra Terrestrial is Dutch Atom port of "IT the Intra Terrestrial":
http://www.gb64.com/game.php?id=15296

It's also mentioned here:
http://www.acornatom.nl/atom_nieuws/198 ... 861046.htm

It uses the P-CHARME extension ROM.

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby oss003 » Wed May 08, 2013 5:30 pm

hoglet wrote:It looks like Intra Terrestrial is Dutch Atom port of "IT the Intra Terrestrial":
http://www.gb64.com/game.php?id=15296

It's also mentioned here:
http://www.acornatom.nl/atom_nieuws/198 ... 861046.htm

It uses the P-CHARME extension ROM.

Dave

Hi Dave,

you're right. It's an Atomic P-Charm conversion of the VIC-20 Basic game I.T. (Intra Terrestrial). I've attached the original source.

Greetings
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby iamaran » Wed May 08, 2013 10:58 pm

You're also missing 'Haunted House' from Computer & Video Games Issue 10 (August 1982).

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Thu May 09, 2013 6:19 am

iamaran wrote:You're also missing 'Haunted House' from Computer & Video Games Issue 10 (August 1982).

Indeed - I actually remember typing this in.

This is the best I could find on the Internet - the OCRed versions are worse than useless.
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Nice little project for someone re-creating this!

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby oss003 » Thu May 09, 2013 10:54 am

Ok guys,

here's another one:

http://yourcomputeronline.wordpress.com/tag/atom/

Greetings
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby leenew » Thu May 09, 2013 1:47 pm

"The object of the game is to become string"
Well that's original :lol:

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby jonb » Thu May 09, 2013 2:12 pm

oss003 wrote:Ok guys,

here's another one:

http://yourcomputeronline.wordpress.com/tag/atom/

Greetings
Kees


That looks interesting. Is it using the BASIC lines as direct string storage, or copying into real strings?

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sun Jun 23, 2013 9:49 pm

hoglet wrote:Nice little project for someone re-creating this!


Hmmm, no volunteers to type in Haunted House?

OK then, here you go!
HAUNTED.zip
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I've done a bit of testing, and was able to finish, but there could still be bugs lurking.

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Mon Jun 24, 2013 7:59 pm

Anyone managed to finished Haunted House Yet?

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby oss003 » Mon Jun 24, 2013 8:41 pm

hoglet wrote:Anyone managed to finished Haunted House Yet?

Dave
No, I got lost in the house (as usual without TomTom) ... :lol:

It helps a lot knowing the commands!!

Greetings
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Mon Jun 24, 2013 9:51 pm

I never go anywhere without a map!
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby 1024MAK » Tue Jun 25, 2013 1:52 am

That looks very close to the ground floor plan of my house (apart from the A, B malarkey)... :shock: :^o :lol: :roll:

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby trevj » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:14 pm

1024MAK wrote:That looks very close to the ground floor plan of my house (apart from the A, B malarkey)
You have a ballroom in your house?

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:01 pm

Here's an updated list with a few new ones:

A&F Software Death Satellite (Adventure I)
A&F Software Zodiac (Adventure II)

Acornsoft Dungeon
Acornsoft House
Acornsoft Intergalactic
Acornsoft Sphinx Adventure

C&VG Haunted House

Hopesoft Atom Adventure
Hopesoft Pirate Island

Level 9 Colossal Adventure
Level 9 Adventure Quest
Level 9 Dungeon Adventure
Level 9 Snowball
Level 9 Worm in Paradise
Level 9 Return to Eden
Level 9 Lords of Time
Level 9 Red Moon
Level 9 Price of Magik

Magnus Olsson Atomia Akorny
Magnus Olsson Diamonds
Magnus Olsson Dragon

Program Power Adventure
Program Power Dragonslair

Ramtronics Africa Diamond

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sun Sep 22, 2013 11:21 am

Hi all,

I've just been playing with Hopesoft's "Write Your Own Adventure" program:
Image

This will be included in the next release of the Atom Software Archive. Here is a link to my notes on getting it running:
http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewto ... 150#p71225

If anyone has the original manual, it would be awesome to get this scanned. It's really a very sophisticated little program.

I'm attaching a scan of an article from the Aug 1980 issue of Practical Computing by Ken Reed, titled Adventure II.
pc_aug_1980.png

This was the inspiration for the HopeSoft program.
80aug_Adventure_II.zip
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Or you can read a HTML version here:
http://www.nostalgia8.org/download/adv- ... nreed.html
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:31 am

One more added to the list: Lost Dutchman's Gold, an Atom port of a game originally published in the December 1980 issue of Byte Magazine. It needs 32K RAM and the P-Charme ROM.

Here's the full list, all of which are included in the latest version of the Atom Software Archive (plug, plug)

A&F Software Death Satellite (Adventure I)
A&F Software Zodiac (Adventure II)

Acornsoft Dungeon
Acornsoft House
Acornsoft Intergalactic
Acornsoft Sphinx Adventure

Byte Lost Dutchman's Gold

C&VG Haunted House

Hopesoft PS1A Atom Adventure
Hopesoft PS2A Sample Adventure from Write Your Own Adventure
Hopesoft PS3A Pirate Island

Level 9 Colossal Adventure
Level 9 Adventure Quest
Level 9 Dungeon Adventure
Level 9 Snowball
Level 9 Worm in Paradise
Level 9 Return to Eden
Level 9 Lords of Time
Level 9 Red Moon
Level 9 Price of Magik

Magnus Olsson Atomia Akorny
Magnus Olsson Diamonds
Magnus Olsson Dragon

Program Power Adventure
Program Power Dragonslair

Ramtronics Africa Diamond

Dave

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby oss003 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:07 pm

Hi Dave,

just found an interesting book with some Basic adventure listings for the Atari.
Do you know this book?

http://www.atariarchives.org/adventure/

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Wed Dec 18, 2013 8:49 pm

Hi Kees,

No, I don't know this book.

I can feel and Atari Basic to Atom Basic SED script coming on.....

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sun Feb 16, 2014 6:17 pm

One more to add to the list: Quest.
quest.png

This was included in the Atom Gamebase, and was on Wouter's games1 and games7 disks:
http://wouter.bbcmicro.net/_archive/atom/software/
Does anyone know anything about what it is/who wrote it?

Here's the full list, all of which are included in the latest version of the Atom Software Archive (plug, plug)

A&F Software Death Satellite (Adventure I)
A&F Software Zodiac (Adventure II)

Acornsoft Dungeon
Acornsoft House
Acornsoft Intergalactic
Acornsoft Sphinx Adventure

Byte Lost Dutchman's Gold

C&VG Haunted House

Hopesoft PS1A Atom Adventure
Hopesoft PS2A Sample Adventure from Write Your Own Adventure
Hopesoft PS3A Pirate Island

Level 9 Colossal Adventure
Level 9 Adventure Quest
Level 9 Dungeon Adventure
Level 9 Snowball
Level 9 Worm in Paradise
Level 9 Return to Eden
Level 9 Lords of Time
Level 9 Red Moon
Level 9 Price of Magik

Magnus Olsson Atomia Akorny
Magnus Olsson Diamonds
Magnus Olsson Dragon

Program Power Adventure
Program Power Dragonslair

Ramtronics Africa Diamond

Your Computer Quest (written by Colin Comber)

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sun Feb 16, 2014 6:32 pm

Managed to track down the origins of Quest:
http://www.solutionarchive.com/game/id% ... Quest.html

Written by Colin Comber.

Allegedly published in Your Computer, December 1982.

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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Sun Feb 16, 2014 6:43 pm

Here's a scan of the Quest listing from Your Computer:
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Re: Atom Adventures

Postby hoglet » Thu Oct 22, 2015 3:12 pm

Here's a different Atom Quest by Nick Foale, from Personal Computer World (PCW), March 1984.

I've just typed this in, so it might contain some mistakes, but seems to play OK. Here'a an ATM file:
QUEST.zip
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Here are the original scans:
PCW_Mar84_AtomQuest_1.JPG

PCW_Mar84_AtomQuest_2.JPG

PCW_Mar84_AtomQuest_3.JPG

If anyone has any time to do some testing, it would be very much appreciated.

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