TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI 99/4A Adventure (1981) tested video game cartridge

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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI 99/4A "Adventure" cartridge 

Condition: used, tested and working. Clean cartridge and label.

Adventure for the Texas Instruments TI 99/4A computer 

Cat. No.: PHM 3041
Year: 1981
Format: cartridge
Label variation: black label, white cartridge 

NOTE: "Adventure" does NOTHING on its own.  It is the engine to load other text-based adventure games from tape or disk!  There are several dozen adventure games compatible with the Adventure cartridge, made by TI and third parties, sold separately.

The "Adventure" series was the brainchild of Scott Adams, of Adventure International, who figured out how to fit the massive text adventure games of the 1970s minicomputers into smaller home machines.  With the "Adventure" cartridge, you can load over a dozen of Scott Adams's adventure games from disk or tape, and navigate all manner of worlds through the use of two word text commands.  

After the TI was discontinued, other companies and individuals produced compatible adventures as well, and there was even an Adventure Editor released so you could make your own!  These text-based games have a cult following even to this day, and they are quite a time capsule of the earliest days of video gaming and computer adventuring.

AGAIN, YOU CAN NOT PLAY ANY GAMES WITH THIS CARTRIDGE ALONE.  You must have it AND an adventure program on tape or disk.

Shipping weight 5 ounces.