Release Notes: This release includes the post-holocaust horror adventure Umbra. After the Great Old Ones return to reclaim the Earth, the few survivors cower in towns hidden in the wilderness, or have given themselves over to madness and worship of inhuman gods. You start out alone and helpless, but can rise to strike back, and perhaps return Earth to humanity.
Release Notes: A graphical map editor was included and support for multiple characters in a party was added, along with a more interesting combat system. Java is now used instead of a custom scripting language.
Release Notes: A change from shareware to freeware licensing.
Release Notes: This release adds user-defined artificial intelligence, and support for more image and sound formats.
Release Notes: This release includes a complete tutorial on designing adventures, and some other features.
Release Notes: The display is somewhat faster, there are better sound controls (you can now have looping background sounds, and stop one or all sounds), you can change the background color and image, and the map_fill() function makes building maps much easier.
Release Notes: This release is non-crippled shareware, with the scripting language compiler included.
Release Notes: Menus in the user interface for all actions, and a color-coded stat display to indicate your stat levels.