House – It's Quite Good, Really

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Written with BAPS (The Bazzasoft Adventure Programming System) which is also on TBI-189.

Included on the BAPS disc were All The Colours Of Darkness, House — It's Quite Good Really, Test Of The Turnip, Eridan Rescue, and the BAPS system itself.

Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs’ worth of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 3.

Also given away on the BBC subscribers’ disc in Acorn Computing magazine (formerly The Micro User), volume 12, issue 6, in August 1994.

Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-189.

Later published on the Electron User Group PD disc 53 in August 2000.

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TitleHouse – It's Quite Good, Really
Year1992
PublishersBazzasoft
Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)
Electron User Group
8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)
Release TypeNon-commercial
Primary genreAdventure
Secondary genresText
Text Adventure
JoystickNot Supported
PlayersSingle Player
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CompatibilityA:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested

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