I haven't tried to run this in Win7-64 Home Premium.
Give the time stamps, the files are certainly 16-bit executables, so you'll need to run them in a VM on a Win64 machine (Win7's WinXP mode should do the trick).
Wait for it...http://virtuallyfun....lmegacorp.com/?p=346
Ok, I'll admit, it's the Fortran sources, and you have to use MinGW64
to compile it yourself.
It is a pitch black terminal. You are likely to be eaten by 'f2c'.
Hmm... seems source code and DOS executables for some versions can be found here
, along with some maps and advice. If you're into self-torture, you can attempt to compile the FORTRAN code, or take the easy route and run one of the DOS exe's in DOSbox
which will hopefully eliminate the 16/64 bit problem.
There are also versions for TADS, Infocom, and Hugo interpreters, maybe try one of those, but my vote's on DOSbox.
I was able to compile the 'Adventure 4' generic C sources successfully on my 64 bit Linux machine, and it runs flawlessly. :shrug: