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Adventureland Screenshots

User Screenshots

Apple II version

Splash screen; Remember, don't copy that floppy!
The adventure begins here as a voice booms out...
I'm dead... or can I get out of this one?

Atari 8-bit version

Introduction screen
You start out in a forest. Nothing here, really, but trees.
I have gone to a sunny meadow. There is a sleeping dragon here.

Browser version

Starting location
Uh oh...
Okay, those are three things I don't want to do
Looks like a treasure to me!
Ooh, magic words!
Designating a subject for a verb in its two-word parser
Magic in action!
Surely this hole isn't bottomless!
Maybe it would have been sager not to test that hypothesis...
Starting location ( release)

Commodore 64 version

Adventure begins
Sleeping dragon
Quick-sand bog
Shore of a lake
Edge of Bottomless hole
Dismal swamp
Top of a tree
Felled tree
Hollow stump
Semi-dark hole
Sloping hall
Score with some more to go
Chigger bites INFECTED! ugh!
Royal chamber
Across a chasm
Narrow ledge
Gold Crown in throne room

Commodore PET/CBM version

Introduction screen
The player starts in a forest
Time to find a swamp!

Dragon 32/64 version

Loading screen
Game start

Electron version

Loading screen
In the beginning
And off you go...

Exidy Sorcerer version

Over 120 word vocabulary
Game start
Met a fellow with a pitchfork and a pointed tail
Over 120 word vocabulary
Game start
Met a fellow with a pitchfork and a pointed tail

TRS-80 version

Adventure Engine Game Loader (Latter Version)
Adventure Engine Splash Screen--the "Don't Pirate" Message
Quiting Next to Sleeping Dragon--Zero out of 100
Shore of a lake
Bottomless hole
Dismal swamp
Hidden grove - Paul's place
A top a tall cypress tree
Damp hollow stump in the swamp

TRS-80 CoCo version

Game start

VIC-20 version

The game will not play without typing this.
Title Screen asking if you want to restore a saved game.
You start the adventure with some tips.
The pets people are allowed to keep these days seem to be getting quite exotic. There is no need for me to wake it up for dinner.
This is more like it...stuff to pick up.