This directory contains two DOS ports of The Wonderful World of Eamon, a text role-playing game originally written for the Apple II by Donald Brown. The executable files are self-extracting ARJ archives. # eamon.zip tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l Documentation, Main Hall, and The Beginners Cave (executables) (Eamon 2.0, 1988), ported by Jon Walker. # icecave.zip tuid: 4cbzpilmyclmon8w The 2nd adventure: The Ice Cave, ported by Jon Walker. # clonemas.zip tuid: o8iqwwgchaobbuhz The 3rd adventure: Assault on the Clone Master, ported by Jon Walker. # trezore.zip tuid: m33b75pw88841tjm The 4th adventure: The Quest for Trezore, ported by Jon Walker. # ddd.arc The Dungeon Designer's Disk: Manual and GW-BASIC routines to create your own Eamon adventure by Donald Brown and John Nelson, ported by Jon Walker. # emandsk1.zip tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l Sanyo/IBM Eamon Main Hall and Beginners Cave, disk 1 (Eamon 1.1, 1984), ported by Jon Walker. # emandsk2.zip tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l Sanyo/IBM Eamon Main Hall and Beginners Cave, disk 2 (Eamon 1.1, 1984), ported by Jon Walker. # main.exe tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l The Main Hall program; call this to start a game. Ported by Paul Francis Gilbert. # main_s.exe tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l Turbo Pascal source code of the Main Hall, ported by Paul Francis Gilbert. # eamon001.exe tuid: 3khkyusn02gikj4l Eamon game #001: The Beginners Cave, ported by Paul Francis Gilbert. # eamon002.exe tuid: y71oh8nh30nxrg4o Eamon game #002: The Lair of the Minotaur, ported by Paul Francis Gilbert. # porting.exe Information and utilities for porting Eamon games to the PC, by Paul Francis Gilbert. # cronum.zip "Cronum's Castle", the sixth module (and second original module) for Jon Walker's conversion of Eamon to the PC. # minotaur.zip "The Lair of the Minotaur", Jon Walker's fifth converted module for his conversion of Eamon to the PC. # underland.zip "The Lord of the Underland.", the seventh module (and third original module) for Jon Walker's conversion of Eamon for the PC.
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