A new contest has been announced over at the Eamon Adventurer’s Guild. If you’ve read through the old NEUC and EAG newsletters, you’ve undoubtedly run across one of the contests held years ago. (This is why there are about a billion Eamons mentioning a “Life Orb.”) They tended to produce some pretty solid adventures. Of […]
According to the Eamon Adventurer’s Guild Online blog, the Eamon Deluxe 5.0 Public Beta has been released.Â Additionally, the previously announced “Stronghold of Kahr-Dur” by Derek C. Jeter is available for the first time.Â Find all the details and downloads here.
In September, the Eamon Adventurer’s Guild Online blog took a look at Whit Crowley’s attempt to port Eamon to the Apple IIGS using HyperCard.Â The project was ultimately abandoned, as was Darrel Raines’ non-HyperCard porting effort, for which he produced a “tech demo” of what he envisioned for the final product.Â Today, the EAGO blog […]
An announcement has been made over at the Eamon Adventurer’s Guild Online blog regarding Eamon Adventure #255: Tenement of the Damned: I’m very happy to announce that Eamon #255 “Tenement of the Damned” has been completed. Â Frank Black was able to recover the entirety of the French program and I, in turn, translated it into […]
Frank Black today released Eamon Deluxe 5.0: Eamon Deluxe is an enhanced and expanded variation of the classic Eamon gaming system. With the release of version 5.0, Eamon Deluxe features cross-platform portability and an alternate accessibility mode for disabled or vision impaired users. The Eamon Deluxe adventure library includes a growing selection of original adventures […]
Volume 17, Issue 2 (June 2012) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, has been mailed to all subscribers. This issue features an interview with Dan Muse, former editor-in-chief of inCider/A+, as he reflects on the magazine’s evolution and legacy. Wade Clarke details his transition from writing text adventures for the Apple II […]
A new edition of The Eamon Deluxe Newsletter has been published over at the Eamon Adventurerâ€™s Guild Online blog. Writes Frank: I’m writing this blog to announce that an entirely original, 10-page Eamon newsletter was just added to the Guild website. While it is named “The Eamon Deluxe Newsletter”, this publication is actually intended to […]
Frank Kunze, the man behind the upcoming Eamon Deluxe 5.0, sent out the first beta to play testers early this morning. Hopefully, this means a general release isnâ€™t too far off. You can check out Frankâ€™s progress at the Eamon Adventurerâ€™s Guild Online blog.
The Eamon Adventurerâ€™s Guild Online, the place for all things Eamon on the Internet, yesterday posted screen capture images of Eamon Deluxe 5.0 in action. For those unaware, this is an effort to update and improve upon the original Eamon Deluxe. A call for playtesters went out recently and it looks like the project is […]
A relatively new iPhone app called iBASIC from AkeySoft Group brings several old Apple II games to the iPhone. Included are eight EAMON adventures, Life, Lemonade Stand, Hamurabi, and StarTrek. These are all text based games written in BASIC from the late 1970s to early 1980s. The latest version 1.1 adds “the Apple DOS 3.3 […]