Tristam Island - A command text based adventure with over 30 classic system support!

Command Text Based Adventure games are back in fashion it seems, especially with the latest games mentioned such as Survival Messenger Adventure, and those included in the Halloween and Treasure Hunt Jam . But now we turn our attention to another text based adventure game that's worth a look in, as according to the creator known as Hugo Labrande, he has released the command text based adventure of 'Tristam Island'; a new game that works on many different systems such as the Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore PET, VIC-20, Commodore 64 and many more!

Available for purchase with support for an incredible amount of systems, 36 in fact! Not only is Tristam Island a text adventure made from the mold of Infocom classics with a large geography to explore, lots of prose, a rich parser, diverse puzzles, some humor and some darkness, but the difficulty rating is standard without the harshness of 1980 text adventures.. As the developer says "No hunger timers, no frustrating mazes, no blocking situations that force you to restart!"

Supported Systems :
  • Commodore PET, VIC-20, Commodore 64, and also a MEGA65 version;
  • Commodore Plus/4 and Commodore 128 (beta version, apologies if you encounter any bugs, let me know!);
  • Atari 8-bit (400, 800, XL, XE), and the Atari ST;
  • Amiga (all the way back to the 500);
  • Spectrum +3;
  • Amstrad CPC & PCW;
  • MSX 1 & MSX 2;
  • BBC Model B, BBC Model B+, BBC Master 128, and Acorn Electron;
  • Apple II, Macintosh, and OS X;
  • 16-bit MS-DOS, Windows (32 and 64 bit);
  • Linux (32 and 64 bit);
  • TI-99/4A, and also a port for the TI-84+CE calculator;
  • Oric Atmos & Telestrat;
  • TRS CoCo;
  • Nintendo GameBoy, GameBoy Advance, and Nintendo DS;
  • Dreamcast.
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