Nemesis and Dungeon Master
Copyright (c) 1981
Michael Q. Hiller and Michael A. Pagels
I have it running on my Microbee 128 ( a Z80 computer) in CP/M 2.2 or ZCPR2.
Not sure where I can post them to make them available to everyone. I
found a copy of the manual and it describes the files that were on the
original disks as mine is full of all sorts of other files that the kids
produced back in the 80's. Anyhow, I can post them somewhere if there
are any suitable suggestions.
That's great to hear. I wonder if the retroarchive would host them:
They have a commercial CP/M software repository and you can email the
owner at geneb_at_deltasoft.com.
For the documentation, another person has already posted scanned
images of both Orbquest and Nemesis to his Flickr account here:
I have made contact with Gene and have forwarded the files to him, so
expect Nemesis on his site soon.
Okay, I have made Nemesis available, so whos got Orbquest ?
You rocketh, thanks! Hopefully Orbquest will show up soon.
Remember, you must first run TERMDEF to install it for the terminal that
your about to play it on. Enjoy :)
It works like a champ on my Apple ][/Z80 system which is configured as
a Soroc terminal. Thanks again to you both!
Speaking of terminals, what all does it support? Is VT-100 (for those
of us who emulate) supported?
I believe so. Before you start the game, run the program on the disk
called TERMDEF.COM and there is an option for the VT-100 terminal. The
program will let you save your termdefs and then you're good to go.
Televideo 912, 920
Perkins-Elmer Bantam 550
Perkins-Elmer Fox 1100
D.E.C. VT-52 and VT-100
HDS Concept 100
Processor Technology SOL
Hewlett Packard 2621A
Hewlett Packard 2645
and most importantly, you can create a new terminal for any terminal not
listed above by using your Manual and entering the codes required.