Adventure for Unisys 1100/2200/CPIX/Dorado
This is a Unisys 1100/2200/CPIX/Dorado port of the classic 350-point Adventure
game originally written by
William Crowther and
This ASCII Fortran (@FTN) version was implemented by Duff Kurland
(Information Systems Design, Santa Clara, California and later of
Autodesk) based on the conversion effort
of Elliot S. Itkin and others at the University of Maryland.
This version of Adventure was released on the ISD Release Tape which was Univac
Program Library Interchange (UPLI) package #1051. Thanks to Russ Denison for
sending it to me.
While its lack of graphics and sound make it appear crude today, Adventure is a
very clever program that is quite addictive. I first played it circa 1980 and
still enjoy it on occasion. For everything you ever wanted to know about
Adventure, please visit Rick Adams' excellent
Colossal Cave Adventure page.
Adventure is distributed as a PKZIPped, self-extracting @FTPACK file.
- Download the ADV350.ZIP file (approx. 350 KB) to
your hard disk.
Note: The MD5 fingerprint for ADV350.ZIP should be:
If this file has any other MD5 fingerprint, then it is corrupt and should not be
- PKUNZIP the downloaded file into ADV350.TXT
- Upload (in ASCII mode) ADV350.TXT to your 2200 system as any filename.
- @ADD yourfile.
- @CAT,P ADVENTURE.,F///256
- @COPY FTUNPACKFILE.,ADVENTURE.
- To play: @ADD ADVENTURE.PLAY