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PIRATE ADVENTURE

 

 

Professional, Originally Released On Cassette Only

 

Game Alias : SCOTT ADAMS ADVENTURE 2

Game Type : Text Adventure (Rated Beginner)

Author : Scott Adams

Standalone Release(s) : 1983: PIRATE ADVENTURE, Adventure International, 7.99

Compilation Release(s) : 1988: SCOTT ADAMS SCOOPS, Adventure International, 9.95

Stated compatibility : Electron

Actual compatibility : Electron, BBC B, B+ and Master 128

Supplier : ADVENTURE INTERNATIONAL, 85 Summer Street, BIRMINGHAM

B19 3TE

Disc compatibility : ADFS 1D00, CDFS 1D00, DFS 1D00

 

 

Instructions

Only by exploring this stange island will you be able to uncover the clues necessary to lead you to your elusive goal - recovering the lost treasures of Long John Silver.

 

Difficulty Level: Beginner

 

How An Adventure Works

Read the standard introduction to Adventure International adventures under SCOTT ADAMS SCOOPS.

 

 

Instructions' Source : PIRATE ADVENTURE (Adventure International) Back Inlay

 

Review (Electron User)

In this, the second in the Scott Adams series of adventures, your task is to collect and store treasures, though there are only two in this game.


You begin your quest in an apartment in London and an immediate search of the premises should be your first task. Strangely, there seems to be only one room though the stairs do lead to an alcove. The bookcase has only one book - well worth a read and then a second look.


The duffel bag is soon found and a window is very interesting. Don't try any magic yet unless you've realised that the ledge is very slippery.


Several things will be confusing you, but if you remember the sea shanty you may realise that the pirate runs true to form. That rug will have to be left until later and provides a key to the solution of a later problem.


By now you should be fully equipped to visit the desert island and so you go off to the main body of the adventure.


This is a beginners' adventure and classed thus by Scott Adams himself. Although it has only about twenty locations it has its full share of problems. This was one of the first adventures available for a home computer, and still manages to compare favourably with later ones.

 

An ideal adventure for the novice and one worth having on anyone's shelf. Recommended.

Merlin, ELECTRON USER 3. 5