PC Eamon Museum for Windows *The PC Eamon Museum contains several playable adventures. One of them is "Assault on the Clone Master" by Donald Brown.
Windows Application (Windows 7 and later)
PC Eamon Museum for Mac OS X *PC Eamon Museum contains several playable adventures including "Assault on the Clone Master" by Donald Brown.
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PC Eamon Museum for Linux *PC Eamon Museum contains several playable adventures including "Assault on the Clone Master" by Donald Brown.
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About the Story
You were walking away from the Main Hall when you felt that unpleasant wrench in your stomach again. You are in another universe. This time, you have your normal body and weapons. You just need to find your way back.
You came upon a group of people who knew of your plight. They are rebels, and can return you to your world. They will show you the way, if you will only first go with some of their men on a raid in the fortress of the dreaded Clone Master.
When they inform you that they will kill you if you don't go along, you agree.
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 is typical Don Brown fare: simple map, no puzzles, combat geared for Marcos' weapons, and a light, humorous air. The map itself couldn't be simpler; it is one long straight corridor with three sets of short side passages to either side. There is one secret passage.
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