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  1. #31
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    Just ported Linux-terminal 2048 game to CP/M 2.2 with help z88dk C copmpiler:



    Source code included in attachment.
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    I have made a cross-platform version of the classic board game "Mastermind" for various Z80 computers, using the z88dk C compiler:

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/mastermindrk/

    Currently, 49 targets are supported, including the following CP/M machines:

    Epson QX-10 / QC-10
    Excalibur 64
    Kaypro II (2/83)
    MicroBee 128k Standard / Premium / Premium Plus
    NCR Decision Mate V
    Osborne 1
    Otrona Attaché
    Regnecentralen RC 700
    Robotron A5105 (BIC)
    Sony SMC-777 / SMC-70
    Tatung Einstein (+ TK02 80-column version)
    Tiki-100 (also known as "Kontiki-100")

    Six of these systems support color display output (Excalibur 64, Microbee, Robotron BIC, Sony SMC, Tatung Einstein, Tiki-100), the rest is monochrome.

    I have also updated my already mentioned game H-Tron which now supports a total of seven CP/M machines.
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    Thanks RobertK, I tried the Microbee version, works well. I even won the game after 3 moves

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    Default Orbquest

    ORBQUEST is an early CP/M game from 1982 sold by Alternate World Simulations.

    Find the glittering Orb, and get out alive -- that is your
    quest. But the Orb lies buried somewhere in the unknown
    depths of a multi-level dungeon, and a horde of monsters
    bar your way. Each trip you make into the dungeon -- if
    you survive -- gains you experience and magic: making you
    stronger, allowing you to go deeper, bringing you closer
    to the fabulous Orb!

    After years of searching, its now available from Bitsavers - http://bitsavers.org/bits/Osborne/Osborne1/Orb_Quest/

    There is a manual there also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post
    ORBQUEST is an early CP/M game from 1982 sold by Alternate World Simulations.

    Find the glittering Orb, and get out alive -- that is your
    quest. But the Orb lies buried somewhere in the unknown
    depths of a multi-level dungeon, and a horde of monsters
    bar your way. Each trip you make into the dungeon -- if
    you survive -- gains you experience and magic: making you
    stronger, allowing you to go deeper, bringing you closer
    to the fabulous Orb!

    After years of searching, its now available from Bitsavers - http://bitsavers.org/bits/Osborne/Osborne1/Orb_Quest/

    There is a manual there also.
    This is actually pretty incredible as it has been sought after for quite some time. Thanks for sharing!

    Good info here about getting it running properly: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!to...pm/mfTdhZttbTo

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