Thanks to a tweet (in Spanish!) from Zona Fi, I have learned of not one but two series of adventure games being written in my toolkits for building Scott Adams-format adventure games!
The first is written in ScottKit, the newer and better of the two:
GHOST KING is the first entry in the fictitious Scott Adams Literary Adventure Diversions (S.A.L.A.D.) series, not-actually-launched in 1980 to adapt classic tales to 8-bit microcomputer adventures. Based on Hamlet by William Shakespeare and the style of Scott Adams and Adventure International.
In the (brief) documentation, he says “I’m already working on S.A.L.A.D. #2. Stay tuned”. I’ll be interested to see what comes next.
The second series is Jeremy Harden’s series of four (so far) Weird Adventures, based in the H. P. Lovecraft universe. These are written using my older and inferior toolkit, sac, the Scott Adams Compiler.
(Jeremy, you should port these to ScottKit! It’s easy: just decompile your compiled files using scottkit -d weird1.dat > weird1.sck!)
I’m absolutely delighted to discover both these series of games: my thanks to Jason and Jeremy for building them.