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Results 1 - 23 of 23 for Game Engine: Adventure Game Studio (AGS)
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5 Days a Stranger Windows Front Cover

The Adventure Game Studio (AGS) engine is a freeware tool created by British programmer Chris Jones, officially released in 1999...

Games in group: 1213: Episode 1, 1213: Episode 2, 1213: Episode 3, 1213: Special Edition, 1 Day a Mosquito, 5 Days a Stranger and 222 more...


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What Makes You Tick? Browser Front Cover

Games created using the freeware Lassie Adventure Studio engine, a LucasArts-style adventure game creation utility built with Macromedia Flash and...

Games in group: What Makes You Tick? and What Makes You Tick: A Stitch In Time


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The Black Cauldron DOS Front Cover

The Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine was first introduced by Sierra for its early avatar-moving adventure games, pioneered by King's...

Games in group: The Black Cauldron, California Gold Rush!, Cloak of Darkness, Donald Duck's Playground, Enclosure, Fuck Quest and 18 more...


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The Arrangement Windows Front Cover

Games developed with the Adventure Maker toolkit by Giovanni Albani. There is a free edition and two full editions, one...

Games in group: The Arrangement, Harvest, Hope Springs Eternal, Lifestream, Lunar Deep: The Adventure Below, Nacah and 3 more...


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Incentive Software's 1988 game-making engine, building on the success of its GAC engine, both by Sean Ellis, helped midwife several...

Games in group: Blackscar Mountain, The Blag, Chiropodist in Hell, Dead or Alive...?, Death Camp, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and 5 more...


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Altered Destiny DOS Front Cover

Accolade's ~1990 adventure game engine cloning the look and feel of Sierra's SCI0 engine, designed and implemented by Michael Berlyn,...

Games in group: Altered Destiny and Les Manley in: Search for the King


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Deadenders Commodore 64 Front Cover

Incentive Software's 1985 game-making engine, while not as widely used as contemporary competitor the Quill, still ushered in the production...

Games in group: A Lenda da Gávea, Beneath Folly, Conan: "Spotkanie w krypcie", Deadenders, Don Quijote, Double Gold: The Black Fountain and Sharpe's Deeds and 20 more...


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Dragonworld DOS Front Cover

Games made by Byron Preiss Video Productions and published through Spinnaker's Trillium / Telarium imprint using Lee Jacknow's cross-platform (C64,...

Games in group: Dragonworld, Fahrenheit 451 and Rendezvous with Rama


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Matchball Windows Front Cover

Games created using the Gamestudio is the first all-in-the-box game development system, created by Conitec Datasystems, Inc

Games in group: Kabus 22, Matchball, USA Bass Championship and The Wonderful End of the World


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Elvira DOS Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: AGOS

Rather than re-inventing the wheel each time around as he did between graphical text adventures Seas of Blood and Blizzard...

Games in group: Elvira, Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus, Elvira's Horror Pack, The Feeble Files, Simon the Sorcerer, Simon the Sorcerer I & II and 4 more...


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Game Group: Game Engine: AGAST

This group is for games made using the freeware adventure game development system AGAST (Adventure Game Authoring System).

Games in group: AfterShocked!, The Breakdown and Eye of the Kraken


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Shatter Linux Front Cover

Games using a version of the Stencil game technology, developed by Sidhe Interactive. Related links Stencil (official website)

Games in group: Shatter


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Gyossait Browser Front Cover

Games made using the Stencyl game creation platform. It was first publicly released on 31st May 2011. It is used...

Games in group: Gyossait


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Game Group: Game Engine: Alan

Alan is one of two (V2 and V3) mutually incompatible interactive fiction authoring systems under the same name, developed in...

Games in group: The Child Murderer and The Hollywood Murders


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White Mouse iPhone Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: SIO2

Games using a version of SIO2, a Free Open Source 3D Engine for iPhone and iPod Touch. It can also...

Games in group: White Mouse


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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine Windows Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: Sith

The Sith engine is the successor to the Jedi Engine and was originally developed for Jedi Knight. The engine also...

Games in group: Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, Star Wars: DroidWorks, Star Wars: Jedi Knight (Bundle), Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II and Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith


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Galaxy on Fire iPhone Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: ABYSS

Games using Fishlabs' ABYSS Mobile Games Engine.

Games in group: Galaxy on Fire, Powerboat Challenge, Rally Master Pro and Star Wars: Imperial Ace


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Commodore Format Power Pack 42 Commodore 64 Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: SEUCK

Games made using Sensible Software's Shoot 'em up Construction Kit.

Games in group: Amadeus Revenge, Bob Nixie and The Castle of the Illusion, The Canals of Mars, Ciuffy, Commodore Format Power Pack 42, Crazy Car and 10 more...


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5 Pack: Limited Edition DOS Front Cover
Game Group: Game Engine: SCUMM

In 1987, Lucasarts designed the SCUMM engine (Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion) for their game Maniac Mansion. Since then,...

Games in group: 5 Pack: Limited Edition, Backyard Baseball, Backyard Baseball 2001, Backyard Baseball 2003, Backyard Football 2002, Backyard Soccer and 62 more...


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Abra Academy: Returning Cast Windows Front Cover

Games using a version of the Asphyre Sphinx engine (formerly called Asphyre) by Afterwarp Interactive. It supports both 2D and...

Games in group: Abra Academy: Returning Cast


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Cubert Badbone, P.I. Windows Front Cover

Games made using Hungry Software's open source adventure game development application suite, named SLUDGE (Scripting Language for Unhindered Development of...

Games in group: Cubert Badbone, P.I., Frasse and the Peas of Kejick, The Game That Takes Place on a Cruise Ship, Life Flashes By and Out of Order


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Kingdom Without End Browser Front Cover

Choose-Your-Own-Adventure format text adventure games designed using Jon Ingold's Windows "Adventure Book" development engine, capable of compiling executables for MS-DOS...

Games in group: Adventure Book (included games), The Great Machine and Kingdom Without End