Ghost Town (video game)

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Ghost Town
Developer(s)Adventure International
Publisher(s)Adventure International
Designer(s)Scott Adams
Platform(s)Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, C64, Dragon 32/64, Exidy Sorcerer, TI-99/4A, TRS-80, VIC-20, ZX Spectrum
Genre(s)Interactive fiction

Ghost Town is a text adventure developed by Adventure International and released in 1980. It is part of the Adventure series of games developed by Scott Adams, preceded by Adventureland, Pirate Adventure, and Strange Odyssey.[1]


Ghost Town is a game in which the player searches a Western ghost town for treasure. A player receives points for depositing treasures and bonus points for performing additional deeds.


The game was reviewed briefly in The Dragon #44 by Mark Herro. Herro said that this was the toughest game he'd seen so far in the Adventure series. He also commented that "Scott [Adams] has really outdone himself on this one."[1]


  1. ^ a b Herro, Mark (December 1980). "The Electric Eye". The Dragon (44): 86–87.

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