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==Games==
 
==Games==
 
* ''[[ASCII and the Argonauts]]'' ([[J. Robinson Wheeler]]; [[Z-code]]). File: asciargo.z5.
 
* ''[[ASCII and the Argonauts]]'' ([[J. Robinson Wheeler]]; [[Z-code]]). File: asciargo.z5.
* ''[[ASCII and the Argonauts: Astral Plane]]'' ([[Peter Berman]]; [[TADS 2]]). File: mcp_ascii.gam.
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* ''[[ASCII and the Argonauts: Astral Plane]]'' (Anonymous; [[TADS 2]]). File: mcp_ascii.gam.
 
* ''[[The Invisible Argonaut]]'' ([[Jacqueline A. Lott]]; Z-code). File: invisargo.z5.
 
* ''[[The Invisible Argonaut]]'' ([[Jacqueline A. Lott]]; Z-code). File: invisargo.z5.
 
* ''[[jason finds fleece]]'' ([[Gunther Schmidl]]; Z-code). File: fleece.z5.
 
* ''[[jason finds fleece]]'' ([[Gunther Schmidl]]; Z-code). File: fleece.z5.

Latest revision as of 18:48, 28 June 2020

The forty-first Speed-IF was on March 8, 2003 and organized by Gunther Schmidl.

Premise

(Trivia question: Which is a famous text adventure? a) Zork, b) Dark Tower, c) ASCII and the Argonauts)

Jacqueline says, "Did they make that ASCII and the Argonauts thing up? I've never heard of that, and it sounds scary, but I wouldn't be surprised if it existed."

Gunther | Your search - "ASCII and the Argonauts" - did not match any documents.

Gunther says, "of course, now it has to be written in a speedIF. You have two hours. GO!"

Games


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