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Temple of ROM

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Temple of ROM is a loose clone of Adventure.

Unique elements include teleporter dots.

In this game, you are collecting treasures, and battling monsters, in a LARGE, scrolling maze. In some ways, it resembles the Atari 2600 classic cartridge Adventure, but only loosely. A rather neat story about the programming of this game: it was actually programmed on a cassette only system, using the EDTASM+ cartridge assembler.

Title: Temple of ROM

Author: Rick Adams

Publisher: Radio Shack/Tandy

Released: 1982

Requires: Color Computer 1,2,3, 4K RAM, cartridge, joystick.

Radio Shack CoCo1 4K Joystick