17 copyrighted Scott Adams adventures, plus a freely distributable sampler. These text adventures were commercially distributed in the 1970s and 1980s, but today they are distributed as Shareware. The games have been converted to "ScottFree" format. Game conversion and readme file by Paul David Doherty.
An adventure in Scott Adams' TRS-80 game format, BSD license, by Sam Trenholme. "In the adventure, you are lost in a desert and need to find the four treasures to win." Archive also includes a Windows executable and a Z-code version of the game. [file is linked to scott-adams/games/zcode/desert-scott.zip]
Initial release of GHOST KING, the first entry in the fictitious "Scott Adams Literary Adventure Diversions" (S.A.L.A.D.) series of text adventures adapted from classic tales. GHOST KING is provided in Scott Adams .dat format, playable in ScottFree and other modern Scott Adams interpreters. It is based on William Shakespeare's Hamlet and the storytelling style of Scott Adams circa 1980. Documentation and ScottKit source code included. Written and published in 2020 by Jason Compton.
The 11 Mysterious Adventures by Brian Howarth (1981-83), converted to ScottFree format by Paul David Doherty:
(C64 versions with line-drawing graphics can be found as scott-adams/games/c64/mystadv.zip; ZX Spectrum snapshots as games/spectrum/mystsoft.zip)
The 11 Mysterious Adventures by Brian Howarth (1981-83), converted to Blorb files (with pictures) by Evin Robertson. See mysterious.tar.gz for a list of the games. Note: To play these files you need the as yet unreleased Nitfol 0.6.
An archive of 8 miscellaneous adventures in the Scott Adams Format. The adventures are as follows: