The Lost Island of Apple

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This is a Class C (bronze star) article.
Not to be confused with The Lost Isle.
This article is about the adventure. For the island itself, see Island of Apple.
The Lost Island of Apple
Eamon adventure #29
Author Donald Brown
Created 1980
Released c. 1982
Revised 27 March 1991
EAG number 29
EDX number 02-06
EDX set The Donald Brown Adventures
Native format Apple DOS 3.3
File Eamon 29 - The Lost Island of Apple.dsk

The Lost Island of Apple is an Eamon adventure written by Donald Brown.


From the introduction:

You were in the infamous Dark Caverns when you ran into a huge dragon. You saw no chance of escaping. Seeing no other ways to survive, you used your Power spell. You saw the scene shift before your eyes, and when everything stopped moving, you found yourself in a very crude Main Hall.

You are now trapped on an island. There is a wizard here who can teleport you home, but your gold and weapons cannot go with you. There is a castle to the north that supposedly has a passage home, but there is a problem.

There is a magic spell that has sealed the castle. An inscription informs all who want to know that "all who wish to enter this castle must have threerds."

There is also an old temple dedicated to the god Pashia that may have a way out, or may have "threerds" (whatever they are). There also may be other caves, caverns, and buildings to explore on the island.

As you explore the island, you will notice the large harbor to the east, and the mountains to the north-west. Beware of monsters and evil men that live on the island, but know that there are also men good and true here.

A final word of warning — be sure that you are kept well supplied with food. Every day, you and your friends must eat three meals or they will slowly die from starvation. Every movement you take lasts on third of a day.


The adventure takes place entirely on the Island of Apple, a large island surrounded by an unnamed ocean or sea. The location of the island relative to Evenhold is unknown.


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