Pirate Adventure

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This article is about the game also known as Adventure on TI-99/4A. For the Atari 2600 game, see Adventure. For the text adventure also known as Adventure, see Colossal Cave Adventure.

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Pirate Adventure
DeveloperAdventure International
PublisherAdventure International
SystemsAcorn Electron, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Commodore PET, Dragon 32/64, TI-99/4A, TRS-80, VIC-20, Windows, ZX Spectrum
ReleasedApple II, TRS-80: 1978
Commodore PET: 1979
Atari 8-bit, TI-99/4A: 1981
BBC Micro, Dragon 32/64, Electron, VIC-20, ZX Spectrum: 1984
Commodore 64: 1985
Windows: November 24, 1997
Added to
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Windows: April 23, 2011
TI-99/4A: February 3, 2020

Pirate Adventure, known as Adventure in the TI-99/4A release and as Pirate's Cove in the VIC-20 release, was a video game released in 1978 by Adventure International. It was the second adventure game developed by Scott Adams.

It was a text adventure and was also released with static graphics as SAGA (Scott Adams Graphic Adventure) #2.

Plot

A treasure hunter travels to an island to find the pirate's treasure.

Versions

It was created with the Scott Adams interpreter. It was re-released for free download as donationware for Windows on November 24, 1997.