May 27, 2017
This was the second adventure Donald Brown published for Eamon back in 1980 (after the Beginner's Cave). It's one of the simpler adventures, without too many special effects. That said, it does have a few creative touches: a boat you can use to travel on the river, and some content that depends on the gender of your character.
If you want to go all the way back to the beginning to see where Eamon came from, this adventure is for you.
May 23, 2017
This is an adventure originally written by Bob Davis. It's one of the most creative and fun Eamon adventures ever written. The king of a neighboring country sends you into the tavern of his no-good son, the prince, to find a valuable bottle of 600-year-old Scotch. Once inside, you encounter many colorful denizens and strange magic powers. The descriptions are very well written and it has some of the best special effects of any adventure.
Bringing this adventure to the web was one of the original goals of this project. It was certainly a challenging one to port, with lots of special effects and puzzles.
This was also the first adventure I ported to the web that wasn't already ported to Eamon Deluxe. I had to export the game data from the original Eamon Dungeon Designer in an Apple 2 emulator and write an import program to load that data into the modern database. Then I had to spend quite a while poring over old Applesoft BASIC code to find all those special effects. It took a long time, but I hope you'll agree it was worth it. Evantke!
(What's Evantke mean? Play the Prince's Tavern and find out!)
April 29, 2017
This is another early Eamon from the 1980s, written by Jay Hinkelman. It's a bit of a hack-and-slash with a few keys to find and buttons to press.