Steve W. Lucas games

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Re: Steve W. Lucas games

#46 Post by Garry » Sat Oct 09, 2021 12:10 pm

I believe that's correct. I think I had a comment about it in the C64 entry.

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Re: Steve W. Lucas games

#47 Post by Strident » Sat Oct 09, 2021 12:34 pm

Garry wrote:
Sat Oct 09, 2021 12:10 pm
I believe that's correct. I think I had a comment about it in the C64 entry.
Ah, yes, I see that in there now. I'll get that unnecessary entry merged & deleted.

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Re: Steve W. Lucas games

#48 Post by Strident » Mon May 30, 2022 9:07 am

Just a note to say that the Amstrad version of the book that was being discussed earlier in this thread (to see if it could be used to correct the MSX book's code) is now available through the Internet Archive...
https://archive.org/details/adventure-p ... lucasacme/

I notice that we never did get around to adding entries in the database for Snow White and A Journey Through Space, so I've done that now...

Snow White
http://solutionarchive.com/game/id%2C97 ... White.html

A Journey Through Space
http://solutionarchive.com/game/id%2C97 ... %2C+A.html

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Re: Steve W. Lucas games

#49 Post by Strident » Mon May 30, 2022 1:35 pm

(Just randomly checking references to Steve's games, I found another example of him recycling his game code.

This time it was another version of his rip-off of Frankenstein Adventure, The Monster Returns in Your Commodore for the Plus 4
https://archive.org/details/Your_Commod ... 2/page/40/

See https://solutionarchive.com/editgame/id%2C7182/ )

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Re: Steve W. Lucas games

#50 Post by Strident » Wed Jun 01, 2022 2:07 pm

Oh look... two more games that are basically the same...
http://solutionarchive.com/game/id%2C21 ... Agent.html
https://solutionarchive.com/game/id%2C7 ... C+The.html

(We didn't originally have Secret Agent tagged as a Steve Lucas game, but I noticed that the BBC Micro archived had identified that as one of his).

(Edit: And Garry already made the link here... viewtopic.php?f=3&t=974&p=8983 )

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