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'''Adventure Game Design System''' or AGDS is the first fan made suites for creating and editing AGI games. AGDS was created by Alex Simkin with help from Serge Lapin. It was created around 1990 or 1991. It uses its own encryption string, making it incompatible with Sierra's games.
 
'''Adventure Game Design System''' or AGDS is the first fan made suites for creating and editing AGI games. AGDS was created by Alex Simkin with help from Serge Lapin. It was created around 1990 or 1991. It uses its own encryption string, making it incompatible with Sierra's games.
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== <br />Usage ==
 
== <br />Usage ==

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Adventure Game Design System
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Description

Adventure Game Design System or AGDS is the first fan made suites for creating and editing AGI games. AGDS was created by Alex Simkin with help from Serge Lapin. It was created around 1990 or 1991. It uses its own encryption string, making it incompatible with Sierra's games.


Usage

  • See included documentation

 

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Known issues


Credits


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