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'''Cloak of Darkness''' is a text adventure by [[Roger Firth]]. In the game, an adventurer arrives at the foyer of an elegant opera house.
 
'''Cloak of Darkness''' is a text adventure by [[Roger Firth]]. In the game, an adventurer arrives at the foyer of an elegant opera house.
  
It was written in [[Glk/Frotz|Inform 6]] and was designed to be tiny in order for it to be easy to port to other interactive fiction authoring systems.
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It was written in [[Glk/ZCode|Inform 6]] and was designed to be tiny in order for it to be easy to port to other interactive fiction authoring systems.
  
 
It was converted to [[Glk/ADRIFT|ADRIFT]] by [[Campbell Wild]].
 
It was converted to [[Glk/ADRIFT|ADRIFT]] by [[Campbell Wild]].
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It was converted to [[Glk/TADS|TADS]] by [[Dan Shiovitz]], with additional material by [[Todd Nathan]].
 
It was converted to [[Glk/TADS|TADS]] by [[Dan Shiovitz]], with additional material by [[Todd Nathan]].
  
== External links ==
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==External links==
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Howarth Wikipedia article on Brian Howarth]
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*[http://www.firthworks.com/roger/cloak/index.html Cloak of Darkness website]
* [https://www.mobygames.com/game/waxworks_ MobyGames entry for Mysterious Adventures 11: Waxworks]
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*[https://www.mobygames.com/game/cloak-of-darkness MobyGames entry for Cloak of Darkness]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:02, 27 June 2020

Cloak of Darkness
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First release 1999
Also known as N/A
Developed by Roger Firth
Published by Roger Firth
Distributed by Roger Firth
Platforms DOS
Resolution (unknown)
Engine AGI, Alan2, Alan3, ADRIFT,
Hugo, JACL, Quest, Scott,
TADS, Z-machine
Support Not yet
Available for
Purchase
Available for free from
developer's website

Cloak of Darkness is a text adventure by Roger Firth. In the game, an adventurer arrives at the foyer of an elegant opera house.

It was written in Inform 6 and was designed to be tiny in order for it to be easy to port to other interactive fiction authoring systems.

It was converted to ADRIFT by Campbell Wild.

It was converted to AGI, although the author is unknown.

It was converted to Alan2 by Stephen Griffiths and Alan3 by Thomas Nilsson.

It was converted to Hugo by John Menichelli, with additional material by Kent Tessman.

It was converted to JACL by Stuart Allen.

It was converted to Quest by Alex Warren.

It was converted to Scottfree by Sam Trenholme.

It was converted to TADS by Dan Shiovitz, with additional material by Todd Nathan.

External links