On October 27, 1996, the first iteration of my adventure blog, a subpage of MIC World, went live:
On November 7th, 1997, the adventure game page became The Mega Monkey Page, a fan site for the Monkey Island series. On September 18, 1998, with the addition of a Grim Fandango page, the site was expanded into a general LucasArts adventure game fan site simply named Mega Monkey. On April 25, 2000, the site briefly became known as Real Adventure, a general adventure website focusing on all adventure games. That name lasted less than a month, as, at the time I felt it was too hard to maintain a general adventure website on my own.
On June 16, 2008, this version of the site went live on Blogger, with the title Telltale Fan. On November 30, 2008, the site briefly became known as Autumn Double Tale when it began to cover Autumn Moon and Double Fine games in addition to Telltale games, in addition to the LucasArts titles that were made by the founders of those companies. In 2009, this site was once again expanded to cover adventure games in general, and was given its current name of The Adventuress.
It's been a very fun 20 years, watching the evolution of the classic adventure into many different forms. It should be really interesting to see what the next 20 years brings. :)
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
This release brings support for six new games: Myst, Myst: Masterpiece Edition, U.F.O.s (also known as Gnap), and Sierra's Hi-Res adventure games #0: Mission Asteroid, #1: Mystery House, and #2: The Wizard and the Princess.
There's also been a lot of bugfixes for Sierra's SCI games, the addition of Hercules rendering and font for the AGI games, an enhanced Sherlock games experience, and the addition of AmiUpdate on the Amiga port.
The game follows a brutish pirate named Duke, who longs to be a captain. It's set in the same world that was introduced in Ghost Pirates of Vooju Island.