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Yeti Adventure by Demonoid
in Nostalgia | Friday, July 04, 2014 | 11:19


The only production I remember making in AmigaBasic (first year I got my Amiga 500 in 1989) was a Adventure Game called "Yeti Adventure". However, after I lost the original AmigaBasic sources, I started re-coding it in AMOS V1.3 (probably in 1991-1993) and below are the results of that never finished production.


It featured digitized color photos captured with my Vidi-Amiga hardware with RGB Color Filter Sets and software (VidiGrab / VidiChrome softwware) from the local nature outside our house.

Luckily I still have all the graphics and source code for this game. I do not remember the trace-route of the game or what was supposed to happen, so I imagine the story would develop as I went along.

I do remember scribblings on paper, including maps, but they are all lost now it seems.

As we can tell from the source code in text format (7.5kb, 138 lines) I did not achieve to get very far on this adventure. Some buttons are working and responses, but that's pretty much it :-)

The "Samples1.abk" sample bank contains most likely a sample which sounds like my intention of the player falling out off an cliff, screaming in agony, with a final "splat/click" sound of your body beeing broken at the end :-)


Update 12 November 2021: Added a bootable disk (ADF) so you can even try the very early preview of what can not almost be called a game :-)



              

Please review these related article links:
Click to open ascAmosBasic v1.3 - YETI Adventure SourceCode (.txt)
Click to open zipYETI Adventure package (samples, code, .amos, graphics) - All that is left/available in my code archive!
Click to open mp3The contents of the samples1.abk converted to MP3
Click to open adfYeti Adventure (bootable ADF disk image)
Click to open urlAmiga AMOS Examples - A compilation movie that show a wealth of my AMOS ...


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