Adora Entertainment was a software development company operating in the mid-2000s that focused on developing games and other software for blind and partially-sighted users. The company announced in July 2003 its intention to develop as its flagship product a new version of the classic Eamon adventure system entitled The Eamon Guild of Free Adventurers, but the project progressed slowly and was never completed.
In August 2005, Adora owner Ai-Vy Nguyen announced in a website post the effective closure of the company. Adora developer Josh de Lioncourt gained the rights to most of the company's software titles and launched Draconis Entertainment to develop and maintain them.
- Official website at the Internet Archive
- Adora Entertainment's The Eamon Guild of Free Adventurers at the Internet Archive