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Adventure C: The Ship of Doom
Author(s) Charles Cecil
Publisher(s) Artic Computing and Incentive Software
Release date(s) 1982
Authoring system Graphic Adventure Creator
Platform(s) Commodore 64, Spectrum, BBC Micro, Amstrad
Language(s) English
License(s) Commercial
Color effects none
Graphics required
Sound/Music optional
Cruelty scale Nasty

How It Begins

The protagonist finds themself next to the wreckage of their crashed Cessna light aircraft in cold and wintery surroundings.

Notable Features


Initial Release

Update 2

  • Adventure C: The Ship of Doom (Charles Cecil, publisher: Incentive Software; 1982; Spectrum, GAC).
    • Although the original release uses Artic's own engine, the Incentive Software release (update 2) was authored in GAC
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Adventure series by Artic Computing

Adventure A: Planet of Death (1981)
Adventure B: Inca Curse (1981)
Adventure C: The Ship of Doom (1982)
Adventure D: Espionage Island (1982)
Adventure E: The Golden Apple (1983)
Adventure F: Eye of Bain (1984)
Adventure G: Ground Zero (1984)
Adventure H: Robin Hood (1985)