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Revision as of 21:28, 14 May 2019

AGI Piano

AGI Piano

AGI Piano Title Screen

Release Date: 1998
Project Status: Completed
Developer(s): Rainer de Temple
Publisher: Rainer de Temple
Designer(s): Rainer de Temple
Source Available:  No
Category: Tech Demo
Type: Demo
Genre: N/A
Theme(s): N/A
Engine: AGI2
CP Scheme: {{{CopyProtection}}}
ESRB Rating: {{{ESRBRating}}}
Platform: MS-DOS
Localization: English
Website: www.cnl.com.au/users/rdt/sierra/sierra.html (web archive)


Rainer de Temple's AGI Piano uses interpreter version 2.917.

Rainer de Temple (Logic Wizard) wrote: "My little known test game, AGI Piano. Still learning the ropes of AGI, I wrote a little test game to help myself learn sound. I was so proud, I thought I would release it."


AGIPianoSS1.png AGIPianoSS2.png




This program allows the user to play a simple scale of notes with keyboard keys. This is pretty neat. I don't know why there is the template ego who runs around hitting every key that is pressed, pretty it doesn't detract from the program. The only ways I would improve this program would be by including the sharp and flat black keys, and I would have included another scale or two.

- David Smith



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