The AGT Games Index

DOS Executables

This sections contains those games which execute on the PC.

Adventure in Humongous Cave

Version 2.0, ported by David Malmberg from the original Collosal Cave to a 1000 point version.

Apprentice - The Testing of a Magical Novice

Written by Bert Lee.

The Battle of Philip against the Forces of Creation

Writer unknown.

The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes

Written by David Malmberg, based on the board game "221B Baker Street". There are 18 cases to be solved; you interact with the game by selecting commands and objects from a context-sensitive menu.

Cliff Diver: Investigator for Hire

Case 1: The Case of Crime to the Ninth Power. Version 1.5, by Patrick Farley.

Cliff Diver 2: Investigator for Hire

Case 2: Purchased Sight Unseen. Written by Patrick Farley.

Colossal Cave - The First Adventure

Version 1.4, ported by David Gasior from original Woods/Crowther 350 point adventure.

CosmoServe - An Adventure Game for the BBS-Enslaved

Written by Judith Pintar. This game won the 5th Annual Game Writing Contest (together with the Multi-Dimensional Thief).

The Deadly Labyrinth

Written by Frank West. Inspired by the Death Gate Cycle by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.


Version 1.3, written by Matt Barringer.

Disenchanted, a parody of Enchanter

Written by Joseph S. Licari.

A Dudley Dilemma

Version 1.2, by Lane Barrow.

The Elf's Christmas Adventure or God Bless Frosty the Snowman!

Version 2.0, ported by Bruce McKay and Marlence Abriel. Original AdvSys game written by David Malmberg. Port includes the addition of Christmas songs played through the PC speaker.

Heather's Easter Egg Hunt

Version 0.91, by Tom and Ginnie Reynolds. Intended for children (age 7 - 12)

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!

Visit the Great Florian's Travelling Circus and Flourishing Florilegium of Flamboyant Wonders. An illustrated, Musical adventure written by David Malmberg.


An Adventure Game Based on the Library of Guilford College (or Something Like It) but With Added Puzzles and Danger. Written by Frederick D. King.

The Misadventure of the Holy Grail

Version 2.1, ported loosely by Michael Detlefsen from Apple II Eamon FRP.

Mop and Murder - A masterful mystery in one room

Written by Brad Friedman. The game says, "Full Release v 1.0 (POP-UP HINTS INCLUDED)", but the hints are missing.

The Multi-Dimensional Thief

Release 1.5: Version 3.05 by Joel Finch. This game won the 5th Annual AGT Game Writing Contest (together with CosmoServe). Include pop-up hints, a map and a minimal walkthrough by the author.

New England Gothic

Written by Simba

Odieus's Quest for the Magic Flingshot

Ported by David Malmberg from LADS, author unknown, and embellished.

The Pilot, or A Flight into Fantasy

An adventure in hyperactive hijinks from the Adventure Game Jockey. Playable demo of about 1/3 of the game.

Pork I: The Great Underground Sewer System

A parody of Zork I. Version 1.5 written by David Malmberg.

Pork II: The Gizzard of Snowbiz

A parody of Zork II, written by Bill Larkins.

The Star Portal

Version 1.03, written by Michael Detlefsen. Inspired by the Damon Knight short story "Ticket to Anywhere".

Sanity Clause, or, Why Santa Didn't Make It to YOUR House that Year.

Version 1.11, by Mike McCauley.

Shades of Grey, An Adventure in Black and White

Written by seven authors. Accompanied by which contains the pop-up hints referred to by the HELP command.

Sir Ramic Hobbs and the High Level Gorilla

Written by Gil Williamson.

Son of Stagefright

A Pleasant Day at the Theater in Three Paranatural Acts. Version 1.0, by Mike McCauley. This game won the 3rd Annual AGT Game Writing Cotnest.

Space Aliens Laughed at My Cardigan

Written by Andre M. Boyle

The Squynchia Adventure

Version 1.5, ported by David Malmberg from LADS game by M. & T. Frank.

The Tempest

Version 21jul92, by David R Grigg. Based on the Tempest by William Shakespeare

The Jeweled Arena

Version 1.0 by David S. Raley. Includes pop-up hints.

Tossed into Space: Dr. Schmidt Goes Home

Written by Graeme Cree. A short SF adventure for beginners.

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