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Information - Dinkum

GenreAdventure - TextYear1993
LanguageCompiled CPublisher[no publisher]
ResolutionMedium / High / VGA / RGBLicensed from-

Herborth, Chris

Graphic Artist(s)


Game design

Allen, Gary Jr.

Box / InstructionsEnglish


LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX


Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe, TT, Falcon030 / 0.5MB
Dumpdownload atari Dinkum Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / Single Sided

Additional Comments - Dinkum

Other version with the same title:

[no publisher] (version 2.13) ().

Instructions - Dinkum

Dinkum! 2.12                                                         Feb.11/93

What, play a text adventure?  No way...  not with things like Amberstar,
Ultima VI, Dungeon Master...

But, but...  don't you _miss_ those old Infocom adventures?  Zork,
Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy...  Those old Infocom games sure had
something to them!

Here is an Atari ST version of Dinkum!, an Australian text adventure in
the tradition of Infocom...  Complete with the blessings of the author,
Gary Allen Jr.  :-)



Technical Details
Compiled using GNU C 2.3.1 (atariST patchlevel 1) and the MiNT libraries
(patchlevel 25).  This program should work fine under normal TOS (where
I tested it) or MiNT.

The source code should be available wherever fine source code is
archived; it was posted to comp.sources.games sometime during the week
of Feb.8-12/93.

Who to Blame
If you have comments/suggestions about Dinkum! in general, send mail to
Gary.  His email address is in the game and should be in his original
readme file.

If you have any comments/suggestions/problems with the ST version (which
_should_ run on any 680x0 Atari in a graphics mode with 80 columns),
send email to me:

C.HERBORTH (on GEnie, usually once a week)
cherborth@semprini.tdkcs.waterloo.on.ca (unix, all the time)
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