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Eamon is a long-running interactive role-playing game with over 275 unique adventures, first developed around 1979 for the Apple II and since ported to many other systems. Its many adventures range from fantasy quests, to dungeon crawls, to sci-fi and modern adventures, as well as a few that defy categorization. This wiki collects and records information about the history of the game, from its creation by Donald Brown, through the growing list of collaborators and adventure authors over many years, to the various system ports and newsletters.

Playing Eamon

The intro screen of the Apple II version of Eamon.

Eamon started on the Apple II computer, but versions of it exist for many platforms. Whether you're a die-hard fan who wants to play the original games in an emulator or a casual adventurer who wants to play the game in a browser, you can find a version that fits your style.

Eamon Adventurer's Guild Online is the web's most comprehensive collection of Eamon Apple II disk images, containing nearly all of the 250+ adventures that have been published, plus a variety of other resources.

Eamon Deluxe is a port of Eamon to MS-DOS containing over one hundred adventures. It features an upgraded game engine and better graphics, plus a few exclusive adventures.

Eamon CS is a port of Eamon into C-Sharp, playable on Windows, Unix, or Android systems and featuring 10 classic and original adventures.

Eamon Remastered is a port of Eamon to JavaScript that runs in a web browser with no emulator required. It currently contains 34 adventures, with more being ported every month.

About the wiki

Eamon Wiki has 841 articles and is in Phase 4.

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Special thanks to TFerguson, Dark, and other early contributors who took the time to add their knowledge to the wiki prior to its relocation in late 2017. Though the version histories on most articles weren't able to be transferred to this new installation, their contributions are greatly appreciated.
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