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Abrah, l'orphelin de l'espace

Abrah, l'orphelin de l'espace
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First release 2002
Versions 1.2
Also known as Abrah
Developed by Robin Gravel
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Abrah, l'orphelin de l'espace is a French freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game follows Abrah, a slave on Grostesteing's base in outer space. He must free the other slaves and flee the mad scientist's base.

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Acidopolis

Acidopolis
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First release 1998
Versions demo
Also known as ACiD0P0LiS
Developed by AKware
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Acidopolis is an unfinished freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game follows Brack Malaleuca, an employee at Hammond Motors in the city of Valac, as he discovers an alien ship and ultimately must save the world.

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The Adventures of a Crazed Hermit

The Adventures of a Crazed Hermit
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First release 2000
Versions demo
Also known as The Adventure of a Crazed Hermit
Developed by Brian Corr
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

The Adventures of a Crazed Hermit is an unfinished freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game follows a crazed hermit who comes to his senses after being deserted on an island, as he decides to get off the island and return home.

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The Adventures of Elfintard

The Adventures of Elfintard
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First release 1999
Versions demo
Also known as Elfintard
Developed by M.J. Chapman
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

The Adventures of Elfintard is an unfinished freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game as it stands merely consists of a jester named Elfintard walking around a midevil setting.

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Agent 0055

Agent 0055
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First release 1998
Versions demo
Also known as
Developed by Adam McCoy
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Agent 0055 is an unfinished freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game is a parody of James Bond that follows secret agent 0055 on a top secret mission.

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Agent 06 vs. The Super Nazi

Agent 06 vs. The Super Nazi
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First release 2003
Versions
Also known as
Developed by
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Agent 06 vs. The Super Nazi is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The game follows British agent Michael Jeans, number 06. He has never been on a mission, and spends his time kissing up to the chief of staff, "M", and hoping for a job that's more exciting than being the unfortunate guinea pig in all sorts of gadget experiments. He is finally called upon to go on his first major assignment.

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Agent Quest

Agent Quest
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First release 2001
Versions
Also known as
Developed by Kool Production
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Agent Quest is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It follows a secret agent who must track down a serial killer and kill him.

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AGI Combat

AGI Combat
No Screenshot Available
First release 2006
Versions 1.0
Also known as N/A
Developed by Klownstein
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Combat is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It is a two player fighting game featuring characters from Sierra's adventure games.











AGI Contest 1 Template

AGI Contest 1 Template
No Screenshot Available
First release 2004
Versions
Also known as
Developed by Joey Rinella
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Contest 1 Template is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It was a template for the basis of an AGI game creation contest.











AGI Contest 2 Template

AGI Contest 2 Template
No Screenshot Available
First release 2004
Versions
Also known as
Developed by Chad Goulding
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Contest 2 Template is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It was a template for the basis of an AGI game creation contest.











AGI Contest 3 Template

AGI Contest 3 Template
No Screenshot Available
First release 2004
Versions
Also known as
Developed by Eigen Lenk
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Contest 3 Template is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It was a template for the basis of an AGI game creation contest.











AGI Mouse Demo

AGI Mouse Demo
No Screenshot Available
First release 1999
Versions 1.10
Also known as AGI Mouse
Developed by Brian Provinciano
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Mouse Demo is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It shows the features of a patched AGI interpreter that has mouse support.











AGI Piano

AGI Piano
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First release 1998
Versions 1.0
Also known as
Developed by Rainer de Temple
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Piano is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine.


Game Description
Using CTRL and the keys "q", "w", "e", "r", "t", "y" allows you to play notes on the AGI Piano.

























AGI Quest I: The Computer Game

AGI Quest I: The Computer Game
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First release 2003
Versions 1.46-TJ0
Also known as
Developed by Juha Terho
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Quest I: The Computer Game is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. Juha Terho also documented the creation of a room for AGI in detail which is a good tutorial.





























AGI Tetris

AGI Tetris
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First release 1998
Versions
Also known as Tetris
Developed by Peter Kelly
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Tetris is one of the few non-adventure games that run in ScummVM, due to the game using the adventure game interpreter (AGI) as its engine. This game is a freeware remake of Alexy Pazhitnov's classic puzzle game, Tetris, that remains faithful to the original. This is a different game than the AGI Tetris described below. This game has a point score system, and has a background made from Tetris shapes, shown in the 3D perspective.

Controls

Use J, K, L, and I as arrow keys.

J - left
L - right
K - down
I - rotate

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AGI Tetris (2004)

AGI Tetris
AGIWiki agitetris1b.png
First release 2004
Versions
Also known as Tetris
Developed by Chad Goulding
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI Tetris is one of the few non-adventure games that run in ScummVM, due to the game using the adventure game interpreter (AGI) as its engine. This game is a freeware remake of Alexy Pazhitnov's classic puzzle game, Tetris, that remains faithful to the original. This is a different game than the AGI Tetris described above. It has several levels, which are accessed by completing a set number of lines. It uses backgrounds from some of Sierra's games.

Controls

Use the arrow keys to move the blocks and space to rotate the blocks.

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AGI256 Demo

AGI256 Demo
No Screenshot Available
First release 1998
Versions
Also known as AGI256
Developed by Brian Provinciano and
Dark Minister
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI256 Demo is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The demo showcases a new patched AGI engine that has support for up to 256 colors.











AGI256 2.0 Demo

AGI256 2.0 Demo
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First release 2002
Versions
Also known as AGI256-2
Developed by Brian Provinciano and
Dark Minister
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

AGI256 2.0 Demo is a freeware fan-created demo using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. The demo is a continuation of the earlier AGI256 demo. This version showcases new features in the new patched AGI engine that has support for up to 256 colors, such as palette changing.





























Al Pond 1: Al Lives Forever

Al Pond 1: Al Lives Forever
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First release 2002
Versions 1.3
Also known as Al Pond 1
Developed by Eigen Lenk
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Al Pond 1: Al Lives Forever is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine.

This game follows the wannabe agent Al Pond where he discovers a madman is going to scare the world with nuclear missiles from his remote island.











Al Pond: On Holiday

Al Pond: On Holiday
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First release 2003
Versions 1.3
Also known as
Developed by Eigen Lenk
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Al Pond: On Holiday is a freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine.

(This is not the second part of the series, but a spin-off, parts two and three were made with SCI studio)

Story:
Al is trying to have a vacation in a resort. Instead of resting and tanning, he has to find his old classmate Ally.
She lives on that island and has been kidnapped. Now it's up to you to find her.






Apocalyptic Quest

Apocalyptic Quest
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First release 2003
Versions 0.03 Teaser
4.00 Alpha 1
4.00 Alpha 2
Also known as AQ
Developed by Vapoursoft
Engine AGI
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0

Apocalyptic Quest is an unfinished freeware fan-created game using Sierra's Adventure Game Interpreter (AGI) engine. It is an unofficial sequel to the RPG Fallout: Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game. The demo at this point consists of merely images of what the authors intend the final game to be.

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