[Blindapple] Thanks, Eamon, Dungeons of the Gods.

Gavin Walkington walkman2011 at comcast.net
Mon Sep 9 14:26:53 EDT 2013

You can get Escape From the Dungeon Of The Gods here.


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[mailto:blindapple-bounces at bluegrasspals.com] On Behalf Of John Schucker
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 1:05 PM
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Subject: [Blindapple] Thanks, Eamon, Dungeons of the Gods.

Hi. First of all, I really want to thank the people who set this emulator up
for us, you're awesome! One of these days I should see if my Apple II E is
still around at my parents and working, probably not, but the emulator is
awesome. The only thing it needs is the fun grinding noise of the floppy
drives working away as it loads things!

Speaking of loading things, now that we can switch disks, you can play
Eamon! In case somebody doesn't remember Eamon, it was an adventure system.
You ran a program called the main hall, and made your character, then you
could go on adventures. You switched disks because each adventure was on its
own disk, and your character got written to that adventure, so you were
really gone on that adventure, you couldn't use it for anything else until
you were done. When you left the adventure you switched back to the main
hall disk, and it wrote your character back. There are a ton of adventures,
and you can get them all here.


If you grab the DOS 3.3 images, unzip them to a dir, here's how you get it
working currently. Boot anything that talks, say, dostalk. Switch disks to
d3_001.dsk, that's the main hall disk. Run the wonderful world of eamon. You
can go through the beginners cave, that adventure is on the main hall disk.
After that, when you want to go on a different adventure, just switch to
another disk image, say d3_005.dsk.

Finally, if anybody happens to have "Escape From The Dungeons of the Gods"
or it might just be called "dungeons of the gods", I'd really love to get my
hands on it. It was the first RPG I ever played on the computer. I don't
remember many of the monsters except I think there was a black cube or such.
So if anybody happens to have it lying around and can make a disk image,
that would be awesome.
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