Eamon Deluxe 5.0
is now available for a variety of platforms including Windows (all versions),
Mac OS X, and Linux. Eamon Deluxe also features an alternate output mode
designed for users with vision impairment.
Eamon AC project - a
successful port of Eamon to the ANSI C programming language. EAC is a hybrid
system - functionally, parts of Donald Brown's Classic Eamon and Frank Black
Production's Eamon Deluxe have been integrated, but the system itself was
written from scratch and contains many new features.
You can download almost the entire Eamon
library set from this very website. Just go to the
From this website, you can download each
adventure individually or download the entire set in one zip file.
The most comprehensive source for all things
Eamon is the Eamon CD
which was compiled by Tom Zuchowski from his extensive archives.
Has most known Eamons in an extensive variety
Contains extras such as the SoftDisk Eamons,
SwordThrust, KnightQuest, Super Eamon, etc..
Is still maintained and occasionally updated
by Matthew Clark.
The latest version of the Eamon CD can
be freely obtained from the download page.
FTP Servers: You can download Eamon from
several different FTP servers. However, many of the ftp sites have out-of-date
Eamons and are not reliable. Also, because the entire set is available from this
website, the ftp servers will no longer be listed.
The following adventures are not currently
available as individual downloads because they authors sold them to
and they are copyrighted. However, Softdisk granted Tom Zuchowski permission to
make them available on his Eamon
CD. Images of the Apple II disks can be purchased directly from Softdisk
It is our hope that in the future Softdisk will grant permission to post these
adventures on this website.
Frank Black's excellent
system has now been upgraded to be compatible with most modern operating
systems. Currently works with MS-DOS, Windows (all versions), Mac OS X and
Linux. Frank also has a good portion of the Eamon library converted to the Eamon
Deluxe system, making it an excellent choice for your non-emulator needs.
John Nelson created an
MS-DOS version of Eamon, but he discontinued working on it over 10 years