A twist on extra-terrestrial combat: you're in someone else's game. Armed with laser guns, you and your partner (Two can play at once!) fend off throngs of robots. All different. All programmed to kill. You'll move, shoot and even hide your way through 75 incredible 3-D screens. And when you're ready for more, create your own game screens. For your own brand of fun!
The evil Shogun Kunitoki and his henchmen have slaughtered the entire Brotherhood of the White Ninja. You alone survive. The Shogun has taken posession of the Ninja Palace of Lin Fen and the sacred scrolls containing the ancient secrets of the Ninja. Only you -- the Last Ninja -- can avenge the Brotherhood and recapture the secrets of the Ninja. You must use all of your fighting skills. Samurai warriors, masters of the martial arts, and the Shogun's guards lurk at every turn, ready to test their hand-to-hand combat skills against yours.
This is one of the latest and probably most advanced adventure games created based on the Eamon system. A horror adventure which is highly developed, the game is a definite throwback to the 1980's. It uses a highly modified version of the Eamon main program and is rather entertaining.
Meet Larry. He's just turned 40, and he' still single. If you can get past the glow of his grecian formula, you can see his hairline beginning to make a hasty rereat from his forehead. Larry's leisure suit is one of thehighest quality (100% manmade material, permanent press too!) He wears at least 11 gold chains and his freshly capped teeth could blind you in a bright light. Down at the singles bar, he tells the chicks, Sure I'm single...I got in a fight with the 'ol lady and she threw me out. He doesnt tell them the ol' lady was his mom, or that he was 38 at the time. You are now Larry, in your leisure suit for one night only. Dance, drink and be merry and perhaps you can meet the girl of your dreams!
The Lost Treasures of Infocom is a compilation volume including all of the infocom games in a two disk volume. All of the adventures that you knew in the 1980's, re-released by the Big Red Computer Club in 1993. Zork, Enchanter, Deadline and others. They are all here!