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==Author Credits==
 
==Author Credits==
 
* ''Castle Adventure'' ([[Commodore]])
 
* ''Castle Adventure'' ([[Commodore]])
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* ''The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes'' ([[Michael W. Bayley]] and David Malmberg; [[AGT]])
 
* ''Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!'' ([[AGT]])
 
* ''Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!'' ([[AGT]])
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* ''The World's Hardest Adventure'' ([[A. Fielding]] and David Malmberg; [[AGT]])
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* ''Adventure'' ([[William Crowther]], [[Donald Woods]] and David Malmberg; 1976; [[AGT]]
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* ''African Adventure'' ([[R. B. Fullerton]], [[C. K. Russell]] and David Malmberg; 1980;[[Commodore]]
 
* ''Crusade'' (1982; [[AGT]])
 
* ''Crusade'' (1982; [[AGT]])
==Games Implemented==
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* ''The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes'' ([[Michael W. Bayley]]; [[AGT]])
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==Contributed==
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* ''The World's Hardest Adventure'' ([[A. Fielding]]; [[AGT]])
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* ''Adventure'' ([[William Crowther]] and [[Donald Woods]]; 1976; [[AGT]]
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* ''African Adventure'' ([[R. B. Fullerton]] and [[C. K. Russell]]; 1980; [[Commodore]]
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==Games Ported==
 
==Games Ported==
 
* ''Betty Carlson's Big Date'' ([[Betty Carlson]] [[AGT]])
 
* ''Betty Carlson's Big Date'' ([[Betty Carlson]] [[AGT]])

Revision as of 07:06, 17 May 2005

AGT (Adventure Game Toolkit) was created in 1987 by David Malmberg, who was updating Mark J. Welsh's GAGS

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