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This is a Java game. Wait for game to load. Your browser must be Java enabled to play game. If there is a problem, check your browser's help menu regarding Java. Game best played with Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
The object of this game is to bring all the treasures to the starting point while visiting all the locations in the smallest number of moves. You will need to defeat the monsters guarding the treasures with weapons you collect.

This ADVENTURE-like game was inspired by a program given by Roger Chaffee in his article "Quest" published in the July 1979 issue of Byte. Unlike that program, this program allows multiple treasures and play in four dimensions. In addition, at the beginning of a game, this program allows the player to specify a game number that changes the connections between the locations in an unpredictable manner. Thus, the player has a whole series of games at his disposal.

This program was originally written in 1979 in Basic for a TANO Corporation Outpost having 64K of memory.

Author: James L. Dean
Homepage: http://colbleep.ocs.lsumc.edu/Treasure.html

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