On DOS 3.3 disks, the program's filename is
EAMON ADVENTURE #NN, where
NN is the adventure number. The program shows a single screen of information that displays the adventure's title and number, then gives the following boilerplate message, or some variant of it:
The Eamon fantasy gaming system was developed by Donald Brown
[Adventure title] was developed by [adventure author]
Non-commercial distribution encouraged
To use this diskette requires an Eamon Master Diskette which must be booted up on
The Eamon gaming system was developed by Don Brown & John Nelson
[Adventure title] was written by [adventure author]
To run this adventure, you must book from the Eamon Master Diskette.
On ProDOS disks the file is named
LEADIN and shows a stock message similar to the following:
Like Eamon adventuring?
For more information about the national Eamon club and newsletter, write:
Eamon Adventurer's Guild
7625 Hawkhaven Dr.
Clemmons, NC 27012
Notice! This adventure requires 80-columns and lower-case text capability.
Contact the Eamon Adventurer's Guild if you need 40-column, upper-case Eamons.
It then runs the adventure's Intro Program.