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The Missing Piece (V2014.1.17) Escape from the weird world - A CRPG Game. [More Information]
The Lost Dimension (V2014.1.5)
Escape from the weird world - A CRPG Game [More Information]
Yoshi Birthday II (V2014.1.5)
A short window GUI Adventure game.
It has a pretty weird storyline with more than one possible endings.
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Land of Demogorgon (V2014.1.6) This game appears to be a bit childish, but it is suitable for anyone to play. [More Information]
GUI Colossal Cave (V2014.1.5)
"Adventure" is the very first adventure game in history.  [More Information]




The Missing Piece (V2014.1.17) [Last update: 24 September 2016]

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The Lost Dimension (V2014.1.5) [Last update: 9 January 2014]

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    Game Solution:
You are strongly advised to play the game on your own.
However, you may access the game walkthrough (solution) by clicking here.
Please note that the solution given is not the only way to complete the game.


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Yoshi Birthday II (V2014.1.5) [Last update: 9 January 2014]

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You received a birthday invitation from Yoshi. You determined to give Yoshi a most memorable birthday in his life.

For a start, there is a problem: You don't have a present for him yet.

He would definitely appreciate a present of popsicle sticks from you.

But the local store is closed for the weekend, and giving Yoshi an I.O.U. (I owe you) is pretty lame.

Better scour around and find what you needs!

Be warned! The town is pretty weird (just like this game).

The graveyard down the street is really scary! And there have been rumours about animals growing large and ferocious in the sewers...

Depending on what you did during the game, there are more than one possible endings...

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Yoshi Birthday II is based upon the original game "Yoshi Birthday" in DOS version by Chris Kulgler (KCCK Designs).

Current GUI version of Yoshi Birthday II retained most elements of the original game with some extras being added: Title screen, music, some sound effects, and additional adventure puzzles.

It is the humorous and slightly weird kind of gameplay that prompt me to convert the game into the GUI format and improved upon it.

The conversion was worth my time as it improved my current GUI text adventure engine further to another level.


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Land of Demogorgon (V2014.1.6) [Last update: 9 January 2014]

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Your father needs your help! He is trapped! Now descend to the Land of Demogorgon and find your father . . .

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Strange title isn’t it? When I run out of ideas while developing Land of no return, I start playing through some weird adventure games.

This is a game designed after playing through the spectrum version of "Anamagon".

The original game was written in the Quill. Based on the description from the solutions provider, it is said to contain numerous logical errors and it is probably written by children for children.

This turned me on and proceed to go through the whole solutions and subsequently do a conversion with improvements in content and make it more logical.

Well, this may not be a most enjoyable game on the planet but it does spark me some ideas in improving the GUI text adventure engine at that time.

The game has many shadows/elements of the original game.

And I tried to put it in such a way that it is from the point of view of a young school-going children.

So imagine that you are young children (if you are an adult) while playing this game.

If there is any suggestion in improving this game along this thread, please drop me an email.

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GUI Colossal Cave (V2014.1.5) [Last update: 9 January 2014]

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The historic first text adventure game ...

The GUI Colossal Cave in this site is written based on the Colossal Cave Adventure game, produced in the '70s. The original colossal cave game was the historic first text adventure game. (Text adventure game is a game in which the computer would simulate and describe a situation and the user would type in what to do next, in simple English).

Was initially named "Adventure" ...

The original version of “colossal cave”  was initially named "Adventure" written during the period that Crowther's marriage ended. Feeling estranged from his two daughters and wanting to be closer to them, he decided to write a program that they might enjoy: a simulation of his cave explorations that also contained elements of his fantasy roleplaying. Crowther's daughters enjoyed the game, and it was passed from friend to friend during the early days of the Internet world.

Original game "Adventure" is a reference to an actual cave within the Mammoth Cave system in Kentucky.

The "Colossal Cave" mentioned by the original game adventure is a reference to an actual cave within the Mammoth Cave system in Kentucky, US. However, the game is not actually based on that cave, but is instead a remarkably faithful reproduction of nearby Bedquilt Cave.


Please note that the GUI colossal cave that you are about to download from this site is a modification version adapted for beginners like myself, thus it is not a faithful reproduction of the originals although many elements of the game are still retained.

Game Solution:
You are strongly advised to play the game on your own.
However, you may access the game walkthrough (solution) by clicking here.
Please note that the solution given is not the only way to complete the game.


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