Mixed platform and adventure 2D retro game from 2004. Written originally by Daisuke Amaya. Reimplemented from scratch as NX Engine by Caitlin Shaw. MorphOS port by Szilárd Biró.
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Engine for playing Ultima 7 games. Requires original game files (not included). MorphOS port by Rüdiger Hanke.
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Port of a RPG engine (and game) using isometric view. Ported by SixK. This version works only with old PowerSDL v14.
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High quality action-adventure game. Note that due to licensing obstacles, the archive contains only MorphOS executable, data (about 500 MB zip archive) should be obtained separately. Port by Szilárd "BSzili" Biró.
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An interpreter for Infocom games using "Z-machine". Ported to MorphOS by Rüdiger Hanke.
A single player RPG game, with graphical isometric view. Ported by Krzysztof "Tarnak" Kretus.
|2.9.0||1 797 kB||games|
Interpreter for adventure games from Level 9 Computing. Written by Glenn Summers, ported by Rüdiger Hanke.
Interpreter for adventure games by Magnetic Scrolls. MorphOS port by Rüdiger Hanke.
An adventure text and static graphics based game done in Hollywood. The game is German only. Released by KeHo Software.
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Free implementation of Flashback game engine. Requires original Flashback data files to play, they are not included. Written by Gregory Montoir, ported by Paweł "stefkos" Stefański and Filip "widelec" Maryjański.
ScummVM is an engine for playing many older adventure games. It allows for playing games on platform, which these games were never released for, assuming one owns an original game copy. MorphOS port by Fabien "Fab" Coeurjoly.
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Taran im Abenteuerland
Hollywood remake of old point & click adventure game in German. Written by KeHo Software.
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Well known hacking simulator game from Introversion Software. Mix of strategy, adventure and heavy thinking. The port requires full version game data (not included). Ported by Paweł "stefkos" Stefański and Filip "widelec" Maryjański.
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