PC Eamon Museum for Windows *PC Eamon Museum contains several playable adventures including "The Doomsday Clock".
Windows Application (Windows 7 and later)
PC Eamon Museum for Linux *PC Eamon Museum contains several playable adventures including "The Doomsday Clock".
edos3090.dsk.gzThis game requires an interpreter program - refer to the game's documentation for details. (Compressed with gzip. Free unpacking tools are available for most systems.)
EDOS3090.SDKThis game requires an interpreter program - refer to the game's documentation for details. * Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at www.info-zip.org.
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About the Story
You have been assigned to the US Embassy in Moscow, officially as an Air Force attache. Actually, however, you are a highly-trained member of a covert branch of the CIA known as SOG, or "Special Operations Group".
One night you are called to duty by your Section Chief, who looks like he is about to have apoplexy. he informs you that our agents have discovered an ubelievable but terrible plot -- the Libyans have succeeded in putting an atomic bomb somewhere in the Kremlin and the thing is set to go off in a few hours! If the bomb explodes, the Soviets will think the Americans did it and launch their missiles, starting World War III! It is your task to go into the Kremlin and find the bomb and dismantle it.
This adventure is part of the Eamon universe. Like all Eamon adventures, it is an RPG-style game, mostly using a two-word parser. Because Eamon is a modular system, you may bring a character and equipment from other adventures into this one.
This adventure does a nice job of conveying the tension of the situation. Every move that you make takes one minute, and the bomb goes off after two hours! Each round prints an inverse bar with the remaining minutes on it. It can really get on your nerves, which is a nice approximation of how you would feel if the situation was real.
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