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This module is based on the Atari 2600 game 'Adventure.' If you remember that old game fondly you'll hopefully get a kick out of this. If you don't know what an Atari 2600 is you'll probably find this mod quite boring.
not if you cannot identify the sword, lol. but I agree with you - it was a waste of time:( _________________________ Thanks Rolo:)
Wow...this is just...really really bland. I feel like just ate air by playing this module. All you really do is fight two severely underpowered dragons(even for a level 1 rogue.) find a maze, go through it, and get a chalice, and return it to a castle. I really don't see what this really adds to anything to this sites collection of single player modules from 2002. Oh well, sorry man, but this just really wasn't worth the 10 or so minutes it took to complete it.
Fun: 2 Layout / Design: 3 Dialogue 1 Originality / Creativity 4 Quality Control 1
I understand that this is based on a very primitive Atari game from a time when video games were quite primitive even to the original Nintendo's standards. However, I could see much potential for making a much more complicated version of Adventure. For recreating the game, I give you an A. I am guessing that this was the only intention all along. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to remember this game, though.
I never had an Atari 2600 but does a BBC Model B computer count (you know, playing tapes to load progams etc). AH, those where the days.
I definitely remember the old Atari 2600 Adventure game. I look forward to playing this module!
Zack. Read the description of the module again.
This module could use: 1) More encounters 2) An NPC to tell you exactly what to do 3) A WAY beter map layout I gave it an average of 2.2 and yes I do know what an Atari 2600 is... (I have even played the game on the 2600...)