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Author of Desert Adventure ([http://samiam.org/software/parchment/desert.html Play online] [http://www.ifarchive.org/if-archive/scott-adams/games/scottfree/desert-scott.zip Download]), which is slightly notable because it uses the pre-Infocom "Scott Adams" format (as well as having a Z-machine conversion).  I also, around the same time, made a [[Cloak of Darkness]] port for Scott's format, which can also be [http://samiam.org/software/parchment/cloak.html played online]
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Author of Desert Adventure ([http://samiam.org/software/parchment/desert.html Play online] [http://www.ifarchive.org/if-archive/scott-adams/games/scottfree/desert-scott.zip Download]), which is slightly notable because it uses the pre-Infocom "Scott Adams" format (as well as having a Z-machine conversion).  Also made, around the same time, a [[Cloak of Darkness]] port for Scott's format, which can also be [http://samiam.org/software/parchment/cloak.html played online]
  
 
Desert Adventure got [http://solutionarchive.com/game/id,5346/Desert+Adventure.html a couple of reviews] years later.  It was a one-day project; its intention is to be an open source game people can include with interpreters of Scott Adams formatted games.  Since there hasn't been any serious interest in those old Scott Adams games since 1995 (when Alan Cox <nowiki>[yes, that Alan Cox]</nowiki> made the Scottfree interpreter and Bjorn Gustsvsson made the scoot2zip converter to convert Scott Adams files in to Inform 5.5 source code files), we ended up with just a simple little adventure.
 
Desert Adventure got [http://solutionarchive.com/game/id,5346/Desert+Adventure.html a couple of reviews] years later.  It was a one-day project; its intention is to be an open source game people can include with interpreters of Scott Adams formatted games.  Since there hasn't been any serious interest in those old Scott Adams games since 1995 (when Alan Cox <nowiki>[yes, that Alan Cox]</nowiki> made the Scottfree interpreter and Bjorn Gustsvsson made the scoot2zip converter to convert Scott Adams files in to Inform 5.5 source code files), we ended up with just a simple little adventure.

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Author of Desert Adventure (Play online Download), which is slightly notable because it uses the pre-Infocom "Scott Adams" format (as well as having a Z-machine conversion). Also made, around the same time, a Cloak of Darkness port for Scott's format, which can also be played online

Desert Adventure got a couple of reviews years later. It was a one-day project; its intention is to be an open source game people can include with interpreters of Scott Adams formatted games. Since there hasn't been any serious interest in those old Scott Adams games since 1995 (when Alan Cox [yes, that Alan Cox] made the Scottfree interpreter and Bjorn Gustsvsson made the scoot2zip converter to convert Scott Adams files in to Inform 5.5 source code files), we ended up with just a simple little adventure.

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