Simple adventure game to play and modify for your own needs. The program was originally written in Pascal and I transcribed it to be a derivative work in QBasic. It certainly could be transcribed again to some other language. There are no graphics in this adventure, but you could certainly add your own. I compiled with Freebasic for both Linux and for MSWindows. You can easily download freebasic and install it on your system to compile the code.
Note: You should be competent enough to compile programs to get this to work. Since every system is different, I can not give instructions for every system. I can only just give you the program source and and let you run with it.
Step 1: What you need:
A computer that will run Freebasic
Source for the the mini adventure
Step 2: Freebasic
You need to download and install freebasic for your system. That site has the instructions for installation:
Note: There maybe some qbasic compiler for the Mac computer, but you will have to look for it.
Step 3: Download and compile the code.
1. To compile the code, you will want to download the file to your freebasic directory
2. From the command line issue the command:
fbc -lang qb gamadven.bas
3. After it compiles you can run gamadven and play the simple game. it is all keyboard controlled so there should be no problem playing it.
Step 4: Final words.
Though this game might be simple, it contains the framework for you to be able to develop something much more complicated. I just given you some building blocks to play with.
Watch for a web version that can be run on a server soon.