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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy gameplay (PC Game, 1984)

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  • 1984 Game Box & Contents, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Infocom

    23:30

    You can play this game, with newly added graphics and touchscreen-compatible interface, here:

    DON'T PANIC!

    ...but do save often. There are things that, if you neglect to do them, will cause you to get stuck or die a few hours of gameplay later!

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  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy walkthrough with FR/ES/JP subtitles

    1:2:24

    It is October 4th, 1982 in the town of Cottington. You are Arthur Dent, waking up to a serious headache and finding out that your house and you are about to be run over by a bulldozer in order to build a bypass ( This is not a problem, because the Earth is about to be destroyed by an alien space fleet in a couple of minutes anyway in order to build a bypass for the intergalactic highway ( Good luck, and don't panic!

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ( was a text adventure game published by Infocom in 1984 for the Apple ][. Hope you enjoy the walkthrough!

    The long play is done by Smartadventurer, a program that I wrote to automate the playing for vintage Apple ][ games. You can follow the project here:

    Credits:
    Cover art - videogamegeek.com
    Walkthrough -
    Image - 4AM

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  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy gameplay

    9:20

    Gameplay for The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Dos PC game produced by Infocom in 1984 -
    Playing through the text adventure based on the classic science fiction novel.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    No sound recording available.

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  • Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - Video Game Years 1984

    3:01

    A look at Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the text adventure game by Infocom released on computers.
    ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! ✅
    Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games!
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    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is an interactive fiction video game based on the comedic science fiction series of the same name. It was designed by series creator Douglas Adams and Infocom's Steve Meretzky, and was first released in 1984 for the Apple II, Macintosh, Commodore 64, CP/M, DOS, Amiga, Atari 8-bit and Atari ST. It is Infocom's fourteenth game.

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  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy © 1984 Infocom - PC DOS - Gameplay

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    DESCRIPTION
    Beyond question the most mind-bogglingly hilarious story Infocom has ever produced is THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY, written and designed by Douglas Adams, author of the phenomenally best-selling novel. As the story begins, you are Arthur Dent, and a bulldozer is preparing to level your house even as an alien space fleet is preparing to level your planet. The incorrigible Mr. Adams has written new material and designed problems especially for this interactive story. So grab a pint of bitter and a couple for the road and join Ford Prefect, Trillian, Zaphod Beeblebrox and Marvin on a cosmic jaunt into the outer reaches where anything can - and does - happen. And don't forget your towel!

  • Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy Remake Gameplay

    26:45

    This is a point and click remake of the popular text adventure of the same title which was released in 1984. I had fun playing it and it's free!
    Download link:

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  • Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Infocom Playthrough 30th Anniversary Edition

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    This is a real time play through of the entire Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Infocom text based adventure from start to finish with no errors except a few spelling mistakes!

    The game came out in 1984 but was recreated in the early 2000's by the BBC with nice graphics.



    History

    There was a time when computer games didn't have graphics. Or at least they couldn't have graphics and sound at the same time. They certainly couldn't have graphics, sound and enough content to keep even a human being amused for more than a few minutes. So they had text. This was radical - a computer game you could control by typing in commands. The game would then respond to your commands with a breathtakingly prescient understanding of your intent. Or not. Usually not - the early text parsers (circa 1977) weren't that bright. But, as long as you limited yourself to what the game understood and the game designers wrote creatively enough to misunderstand you in a humorous and entertaining fashion, it all worked. It therefore stands to reason that any game which combined a really good programmer with a really good writer was likely to do well. So when Steve Meretzky of Infocom got together with Douglas Adams to create a game based around the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the result was never going to be less than interesting and more than likely insane. So it proved - the Hitchhiker's Guide adventure game was one of the best-selling games of its era, selling some 350,000 copies. In 1984.

    Then graphics games came along and the computer using portion of the human race forgot all about 500,000 years of language evolution and went straight back to the electronic equivalent of banging rocks together - the point'n'click game. Infocom and most of its competitors went to the wall - signaling the arrival of the post-literate society. That's the way it's been for most of the last dozen years.

    The 20th anniversary edition was still essentially a text game. The Infocom origins of the game were still evident, from the opening credits to the 'Help' message. . It was not an attempt to produce a fully animated version, the graphics as followed in the tradition of E. H. Shepard's illustrations for A.A. Milne's books - they didn't reflect all the events described. Most of the images rightly remained, to quote Simon Jones, in the universe of your head.

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Game - 20th anniversary edition
    The game was put together by a 4 person team, with Rod Lord supplying design brilliance, Sean Sollé the brains behind the game code, Roger Philbrick designing and coding the entire supporting site, and Shimon Young coding the Flash front end to create the lovely looking final product. For small team, their efforts made a big impact, and not only raised the traffic to the Radio 4 website by 1000%, but also scooped a BAFTA.

    Despite its runaway success, in later years the game had been left to languish on some mothballed pages on a server that was due for demolition to make way for a high speed server array…

    The 30th anniversary edition
    The game was spotted languishing on these pages, quietly ticking over with up to 70 visitors on a good day. The time seemed right for a spit and polish and to re-house it on a shiny new server just before the old ones were switched off for good. An already cantankerous game with a penchant for killing people in a variety of amusing ways, the game has not become more friendly while sulking unloved and unnoticed.

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Game - 30th anniversary edition
    The game is still the same wonderful piece of interactive fiction that Douglas Adams wrote and Steve Meretzky programmed, but in finding it a new home, a few changes needed to be made. The old Flash game would not work on the new servers, and in porting it to a new HTML5 incarnation, several innovations took place. We were able to build in a larger, handier interface, with additional keys and functionality, and build in the ability to tweet from the game.

    Then things started to get silly. Having covered the basics, we decided to slip in an ‘Any’ key, just because we could. The $, % and ^ symbols were replaced with new ones for the Altarian Dollar, Flanian Pobble Bead and the Triganic Pu, not because they are needed in the game, but just because we felt like it. We then decided that rather than having a simple functionality where the user could tweet, we would allow the game itself to tweet, based on the actions of users in the game.

    This was when the game's personality started to shine through. This may or may not prove to have been a good idea…



    You can try the game yourself here:

  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Longplay

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    Longplay of Infocom's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a text-based sci-fi adventure game, designed by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky released for multiple platforms (Apple II, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, Macintosh, Atari 8-bit) in 1984.

    Loosely based on the books, you play (most of the time) as Arthur Dent and the objective of the game is to stop a deadly war happening across the galaxy, find a way of landing on the legendary lost planet of Magrathea and have a nice, hot cup of tea (not a nice, hot cup of Advanced Tea Substitute, which tastes almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea).

    Note that while the game ends up in a cliffhanger, the sequel never got past the concept design stage.

  • Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy MS-DOS

    24:10

    ♦ Title: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
    ♦ Publisher: Infocom
    ♦ Published: 1984
    ♦ Format: MS-DOS
    ♦ Genre: Text Based Adventure
    ♠ Recording Resolution: 1280 x 720 @ 30 fps
    ♠ Recordng Device: Avermedia Gamer HD PCI-Express

    I first played this game back in 1985 on a Apple IIe computer, it was one of the first adventure games I ever played on a computer. This game came in many different formats, like the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Macintosh, TRS-80, MS-DOS, and many others. These games were very difficult to play, and you needed to get a hint guide to finish the game.

    In computer software stores, they usually sold the hint guides along with games like these. The first King's Quest games had graphics, but you had to type in commands, like this game. About 4 years later, the mouse was used as an interface for games like this, and the adventure games like this were greatly simplified. Advances in computer technology allowed this to happen.

    When I played this game, I never finished this game. Most of my friends didn't finish this game either. Infocom was known for making great text or story based games like these. They made a lot of text based games, like Zork 0, Zork 1, Zork 2, Spellbreaker, Starcross, Wishbringer, Planetfall, MoonMist, Plundered Hearts, Ballyhoo, Sorcerer, and others. Out of all of these, the Zork series, and this game were the most popular. Games were text based, because of limitations in technology. For this game, it wouldn't be much more different in relation to other systems. The story was very well written, and it required you to use your imagination to play games like these. It would be like a Choose Your Own Adventure Book, except it was on a computer.

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  • The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy Gameplay

    4:15

    DOS to the MAX. One of the best and FUNNIEST games ever made. All credit goes to Douglas Adams and Infocom. Find an playable updated version here

  • Lets Play The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy - Part 01

    17:44

    A Let's Play of Infocom's classic 1984 text adventure Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, written by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky.

    Playlist:
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  • Hitchhikers Guide Game - Douglas Adams Tribute

    27:26

    As a tribute the late, great Douglas Adams, who died on this day, 2001, I am playing the 30th anniversary edition of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy text adventure game, from 1984.

    This edition is completely free to play, and available on the BBC website, here:

    The tune at the end of this video is called Journey of the Sorcerer. It was originally written by Bernie Leadon of The Eagles; released on their 1975 album One of These Nights, and then used for the Original Hitchhiker's Radio Drama. It was then re-recorded for use in the 1981 Hitchhiker's TV Show, and then later re-recorded by Joby Talbot for the 2005 Hitchhiker's movie.
    The version at the end of the video is the Joby Talbot version.

    Here is a Douglas Adams tribute video I made many years ago:

    Find me in these places:

    TWITTER:

    FACEBOOK:

    PATREON:

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    #KnightsArcade #DouglasAdams #HitchhikersGuide

  • CC64 playing H.E.R.O. . Game #040.

    24:22

    This was one of the games that meant most to me, when I was a kid. It was so atmospheric and exciting! I no longer feel that atmosphere, and it makes me a little sad.. But it still plays great! The C64 port of this game, was one of the best ports!

    Game links:




    --
    Intro & end music by DST.

  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy for the TRS-80 CoCo

    6:44

    Came also out for:

    Amiga
    Amstrad CPC
    Amstrad PCW
    Apple II
    Atari 8-bit
    Atari ST
    Browser
    Commodore 16, Plus/4
    Commodore 64
    Commodore 128
    DOS
    Macintosh
    PC Booter
    Tatung Einstein
    TI-99/4A
    TRS-80


    Game description:

    You are Arthur Dent, an Englishman with a bad hangover wearing a dressing gown containing a much needed buffered analgesic and some fluff. Your house has just been destroyed, followed shortly thereafter by your planet Earth (mostly harmless). You’ve been rescued by your friend Ford Prefect, who’s not actually an out-of-work actor. He has given you a book (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), a towel, and is now telling you to put a fish in your ear. It must be a Thursday; you’ve never quite gotten the hang of Thursdays.

    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is written by Douglas Adams and Steven Meretzky and based on Adams’ BBC radio series, television series, and the series of subsequent novelizations. It’s one of the classic Interactive Fiction games produced by Infocom, labeled as Science Fiction and has a Standard Level of Difficulty. Though divergent from the source material, the main characters, locations, and concepts are here. Unlike the book, death can come quickly if Arthur fails to observe his surroundings, collect inventory, talk to people, and consult the Guide. DON’T PANIC!

    Original C=64 Grey Box Contents: Megadodo Publications Advertising Booklet for your very own Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy complete with Fluff, Destruct orders for your home and planet, a nice red button with the words DON'T PANIC printed in large yellow letters, a pair of Joo Janta 200 Super-Chromatic Peril-Sensitive Sunglasses, No Tea, and your very own Microscopic Space Fleet. All this can be yours, for the low, low price of only 59.99 Altairian Dollars.

  • Flightmare gameplay

    7:33

    Gameplay for Flightmare, Dos PC game produced by Peter Adams in 1984 -
    Flying around an apocalyptic nightmare in this old-school shooting game.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    Recorded with original sound.

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  • Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy #1

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    Game link

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  • Escape from Rungistan walkthrough/longplay

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    Escape from Rungistan ( was a graphics adventure game published by Sirius software in 1982

  • Earthly delights gameplay

    5:24

    Introduction and gameplay for Earthly delights, Dos PC game produced by Datamost in 1984 -
    Earthly Delights, this game is interactive text-only adventure. It is a mystery game where you have to do detective, stockings learn more about your favorite uncle.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    Recorded with original sound.

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  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Adventure Game Part 1 - It Came from the Past

    21:46

    My attempts to revisit games from my past, with the added bonus of my stupid face.

    Today I struggle with reading aloud and playing The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (1984) adventure game.

    This a version for the 20th anniversary on the BBC website.

    You can play it yourself at the helpful link below.



    You can find more at

    Or my waffling @Magicmarker78

  • Towel Day Special! Playing the 1984 Infocom Hitchhikers Guide Text Adventure with Patrons.

    4:3:26

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    #towelday #Hitchhikers #RetroGaming

    Happy Towel Day! Come celebrate the works of Douglas Adams with us as we play the notoriously difficult 1984 Infocom Text Adventure Game! Grab a cup of tea...or no tea, remember where you left you towel...and DON'T PANIC!!!

    Special Hitchhiker's themed donation alerts for tonight only! And if you want to request a Liff, type the place name as the message in any donation under $5! (If there isn't one for your particular place, we'll try to come up with one on air!) For more information about Liffs type !liff in the chat for a brief explainer.

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  • Retro Unbox: The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Video Game by Infocom

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    Originally released in 1984, the Infocom's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy video game by Douglas Adams was probably the coolest text adventure game out there. It is entertaining, challenging, and nearly impossible to win. And it came in a box full of random cool stuff! My mom gave me this old version with all the original box contents as a gift a few years ago. Here's a retro unbox!

    Go check out my blog post for still photos of the box contents and more links:

    Search for it on Amazon:

    Obligatory geek note: I messed up when I introduced the two certificates. One is from the local government for destruction of Arthur Dent's house, the second is from the Vogons (Galactic government?) regarding destruction of Earth. Sorry!

  • H.E.R.O. - Atari 2600

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    Gameplay of H.E.R.O. on the Atari 2600

  • Incunabula gameplay

    5:50

    Introduction and gameplay for Incunabula, Dos PC game produced by Avalon Hill in 1984 -
    Incunabula is a strategy game developed in the 80's. It is a nice game you can play it in more players and you can combine and computer.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    Recorded with original sound.

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  • Amazon © 1984 Telarium - PC DOS - Gameplay

    9:49

    DESCRIPTION
    The Amazon jungle. Volcanic, dangerous, still unexplored. Home of the jaguar. The alligator. Two hundred species of poisonous snakes. And natives whose culinary habits, while only rumored, make you very uncomfortable. Why, you wonder, would anyone want to go there? More to the point, why would anyone want you to go there?
    But there's no time for questions right now. Because right now you're in the Communications Control Room of your new employer: National Satellite Resource Technology, a top-secret, high-tech research consulting firm. And at NSRT, things happen fast.
    Standing in the control room, you watch an anxiously-awaited satellite transmission just coming in from the Amazon field team--the team you've been hired to help. As you watch the transmission, you realize that something is terribly wrong. No ordinary person could bear to watch what you see on the screen before you.
    But you didn't get the job as special agent for NSRT by being ordinary--it took remarkable instincts, a coolly analytical mind, and a superlative skill with computers. They are abilities that have gotten you far. But as you go to receive the details of your first assignment, you realize that those same abilities are going to have to get you a lot farther--and very soon, at that.
    Amazon is the first computer adventure game to be developed by world-renowned science fiction author Michael Crichton. It brings you state-of-the-art color graphics and overlays as well as a phenomenal range of special effects. With multiple disks and a choice of three skill levels, Amazon provides many hours of exciting and intense game play. Mr. Crichton's elegant game design includes text that is supremely imaginative, challenging, and--when you least expect it--witty.
    MICHAEL CRICHTON, world famous novelist and filmmaker, is best known for his novels The Andromeda Strain, The Terminal Man and Congo, and for the films Coma and The Great Train Robbery. Amazon is Mr. Crichton's first computer adventure program. He was assisted in its production by David Durand, a film graphics illustrator, and by programmer Stephen Warady.

  • Lets Play The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy - Part 05

    16:54

    A Let's Play of Infocom's classic 1984 text adventure Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, written by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky.

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  • Mindshadow gameplay

    4:50

    Gameplay for Mindshadow, Dos PC game produced by Activision in 1984 -
    Exploring a mysterious island in this old-fashioned text/graphic adventure.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    No sound recording available.

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  • AMIGA OCS Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, The Release 58 1984InfocomaWB adf RANDOM MUSIC

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    Και επίσης,πολύ ενδιαφέρον Ελληνικό forum επιστροφής στο παρελθόν & επαναφοράς αναμνήσεων από τα παλιά computers,μ΄αυτά τα οποία ξεκινήσαμε από το 1983,ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Commodore, Atari ST,Amiga,καθώς επίσης & παλιά συστήματα PC με MsDos,με οδηγίες επισκευής,βελτιώσεις τους και σημερινές αναβαθμίσεις τους.



    ALSO,FOR BEST PSEUDOCRT RESULTS CHOOSE 360p IN MY VIDEOS.PLEASE DONT CHOOSE 720p OR 1080p.THEY ARE BOTH THE WORST CHOICE,HERE
    ALSO IN AMIGA WHEN I SAY IN THE TITLE AMIGA OCS OR AMIGA ECS OR AMIGA AGA MEANS THAT THE SPECIFIC GAME RUN AT LEAST IN THIS CHIPSET OR ABOVE (FOR EXAMPLE AMIGA OCS MEANS THAT GAME RUN ON AMIGA OCS (A1000,A500) (BUT MAY BE OR MAY BE NOT RUN ON AMIGA ECS OR AMIGA AGA).ALSO WHEN I SAY FOR EXAMPLE AMIGA ECS PLAY OR AMIGA AGA PLAY MEANS FOR EXAMPLE THAT THE GAME IS LOADING IN AGA BUT MAY BE WORKS ON AMIGA ECS OR EVEN ON AMIGA OCS WITH SOME UPGRADES (SUCH AS MORE CHIP MEMORY OR WITH KICKSTART 2.0)

    THESE ARE SOME EXAMPLES THAT YOUTUBE VIDEOS FROM OTHER USERS DONT COUNT,SO I UPLOAD MY OWN VIDEO OF THESE SPECIFIC GAMES

    1) THE GAME EXISTS IN ONLY ONE VIDEO UPLOAD BUT THE UPLOADER TALKS CONTINOUSLY,THEN THIS IS USELESS FOR ME AND I UPLOAD THE SAME GAME WITHOUT SPEECH
    2) IF ANOTHER GAME UPLOAD (ONE ONLY VIDEO) IS FROM EXTERNAL BAD CAMERA WITH BAD SOUND,THEN I UPLOAD IT,AGAIN BECAUSE THE OTHER VIDEO IS USELESS...ETC ETC.WELL,FOR ME THESE GAMES ARE NOT EXISTS ON YOUTUBE
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  • Sorcerer © 1984 Infocom - PC DOS - Gameplay

    6:04

    DESCRIPTION
    SORCERER, second of a spellbinding fantasy series in the tradition of Zork, takes you on a magical tour through the darker side of Zorkian enchantment. Your journey begins with a cryptic diary - the last trace of the vanished Belboz the Necromancer, grand and powerful leader of the Guild of Enchanters. It is feared that Belboz is in the thrall of evil sorcery. If so, the very existence of the Circle of Enchanters could be forfeit. To rescue the kingdom and locate your mentor in the treacherous mists of time, you must gain the power and cunning of a true sorcerer.

  • Galaxy Control: 3D Strategy - Steam PC - Retake Sin and Squad War Recon and Predictions.

    8:27

  • 02/26/1984 ABYSS

    4:39

    Awesome. Story and a prompt to boot!

  • The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy for the Apple II

    10:14

    Came also out for:

    Amiga
    Amstrad CPC
    Atari 8-bit
    Atari ST
    Browser
    Commodore 128
    Commodore 64
    DOS
    Macintosh
    PC Booter
    TI-99/4A
    TRS-80
    TRS-80 CoCo


    Game description:

    You are Arthur Dent, an Englishman with a bad hangover wearing a dressing gown containing a much needed buffered analgesic and some fluff. Your house has just been destroyed, followed shortly thereafter by your planet Earth (mostly harmless). You've been rescued by your friend Ford Prefect, who's not actually an out-of-work actor. He has given you a book (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy), a towel, and is now telling you to put a fish in your ear. It must be a Thursday; you've never quite gotten the hang of Thursdays.

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is written by Douglas Adams and Steven Meretzky and based on Adams' BBC radio series, television series, and the series of subsequent novelizations. It's one of the classic Interactive Fiction games produced by Infocom, labeled as Science Fiction and has a Standard Level of Difficulty. Though divergent from the source material, the main characters, locations, and concepts are here. Unlike the book, death can come quickly if Arthur fails to observe his surroundings, collect inventory, talk to people, and consult the Guide. DON'T PANIC!


    What I think?

    Really fun text-adventure, but somehow I don't like the parser...

  • VIC-20 : Bricks

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  • Lords of Midnight Game Bites

    1:49

    One of the best games of the 8 bit era! Tolkien would be proud!

  • The Hitchhikers Guide to Gaming, Episode 1: Why We Game

    7:08

    The Hitchhiker's Guide to Gaming is a series where gamers from Roosterteeth.com talk about gaming and the gaming community. Episode 1's topic is Why We Game.
    If you'd like to join the group, click here:
    And if you'd like to say hi to our contributors:
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    What did you think?

    **Please note that we are not an official Rooster Teeth Productions series. We are simply community members who met through the wonderful website.**

  • Longplay of Archon II: Adept

    9:15

    Longplay of Archon II: Adept, played as the PAL version on the Commodore 64. This game's version was released in 1984. Tell us what you think by leaving a comment down below!

    0:00 - Start
    0:50 - Round Start
    8:45 - Apocalypse

    By: Retro Game Spacko

  • Planetfall gameplay

    5:46

    Introduction and gameplay for Planetfall, Dos PC game produced by Infocom in 1983 -
    Planetfall is a pure text adventure, this game is interactive fiction. Is a good playground for beginners who want to learn some of the basics of adventure gaming. Worth trying.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    Recorded with original sound.

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  • Cutthroats

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    Cutthroats ( was a text adventure game published by Infocom in 1984 for the Apple ][. The player is an expert diver who takes on a risky salvage operation to recover invaluable treasures sunken deep in the ocean. The game randomly picks either the São Vera ship or the S. S. Leviathan ship for the salvage operation and it chose the São Vera in this long play.

    Hope you enjoy the walkthrough!

    The long play is done by Smartadventurer, a program that I wrote to automate the playing for vintage Apple ][ games. You can follow the project here:

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    PS: If you pay attention to the clock, you will notice that it is always set to AM :)

  • Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy #1

    21:10

    A text based game revamped by BBC based of the book
    BBC hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy 30th anniversary edition:
    Guide i used:
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    Email: connollyscott218@gmail.com

  • Baltic 1985 - 1984 - C64

    10:33

    A sleepy first play of Baltic 1985 for the C64. By 1984 SSI had a very good formula on how to make good games. The graphics are crisp, the controls are smooth, the game mechanics are as complex as a wargame can be.

  • Commodore C64 - Dropzone

    1:10

    DESCRIPTION
    The year is 2085. Only a handful of people have survived the devastating robot wars.
    In a final bid for human survival the people of Earth unite to develop the ultimate transportation - a Tacheon propelled star cruiser.
    Your mission: You are a lone jetpacked spaceman who patrols the surface of a Jupiter moon known as IO. You must defend a group of scientists from a marauding horde of highly intelligent aliens.

    -Super-fast and super-smooth scrolling
    -Great graphics
    -Tons of aliens
    -High speed action

  • Boulder Dash gameplay

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  • Tag Team Wrestling - Video Game Years 1984

    1:39

    A look at Tag Team Wrestling, the sports/action title released in arcades in 1984.
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    Join Pat the NES Punk, James Rolfe, Pro Jared, and others as we talk about great games!
    Tag Team Wrestling, known in Japan as The Big Pro Wrestling! (ザ・ビッグプロレスリング?), is a 1983 arcade video game published by Data East and developed by Technōs Japan.

  • TAS DOS The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by c-square in 00:12.68

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    This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For more information, see TAS originally published on 2019-01-05.

    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is written by Douglas Adams and Steven Meretzky and based on Adams’ BBC radio series, television series, and the series of subsequent novelizations. It’s one of the classic Interactive Fiction games produced by Infocom, labeled as Science Fiction and has a Standard Level of Difficulty. Though divergent from the source material, the main characters, locations, and concepts are here. Unlike the book, death can come quickly if Arthur fails to observe his surroundings, collect inventory, talk to people, and consult the Guide. DON’T PANIC!

    c-square completes the game in record time.

    Note: Due to the sheer speed of the text scrolling, the second set of encodes are slowed down to 10% of the original speed. However, we recommend you play the game or read the book before you watch the slowed down version, as it spoils the fun of the game.

  • Lets Play Some Infocom Stuff! - The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy 1/4

    5:01

    I know I type slow...

    This is part 1 of a fail run!

  • Forbidden quest gameplay

    6:27

    Gameplay for Forbidden quest, Dos PC game produced by Pryority software in 1983 -
    Exploring a strange world in this classic science fiction text adventure.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    No sound recording available.

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  • Atari 2600 Games H.E.R.O.

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    Atari 2600 Games H.E.R.O. (1984)

    Description:

    H.E.R.O. (an acronym standing for Helicopter Emergency Rescue Operation) is a single-player video game published by Activision. First developed for the Atari 2600 and released in March 1984,[1] the game was ported to many of the home computers and gaming consoles of that era. In the game, the player uses a helicopter backpack and other tools to rescue victims trapped deep in a mine.

    Platform(s): Atari 2600, Apple II, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit family, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, MSX, Sega SG-1000, ZX Spectrum

  • Lets Play The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy - Part 02

    17:50

    A Let's Play of Infocom's classic 1984 text adventure Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, written by Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky.

    Playlist:
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  • Jet Set Willy - on the ZX Spectrum 48K !! - REVISITED

    17:49

    Taking a second look at JET SET WILLY on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48k published by Software Projects in 1984. Clear up all the mess left over from a mad party in the biggest house you will ever see. You can't go to bed until you have done so... Maria the housekeeper won't let you. There's only one bed in this place. Seems like a design error. Kill the architect.

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  • Sorcerer gameplay

    8:45

    Gameplay for Sorcerer, Dos PC game produced by Infocom in 1984 -
    Exploring a strange world in this classic fantasy text-based adventure.
    Played through Dosbox emulation platform.
    No sound recording available.

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  • Starship Titanic LP - 07 - Fetch Quests

    10:54

    A LetsPlay I did for the SomethingAwful forums back in 2007. Starship Titanic is a fun little adventure game designed by Douglas Adams, author of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series.

    Playlist for whole LP is here:

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