Adventure Game Toolkit (AGT) / Generic Adventure Game System (GAGS) Mark J. Welch, David Malmberg / Softworks 1987
The Adventure Game Toolkit is software that supports the development of adventure games. It was a revision on Mark J. Welch's GAGS (Generic Adventure Game System), which was a computer programming tool for creating “text adventure” games for MS-DOS computers. GAGS was released as “shareware” in 1985 and enhanced several times in 1986 and 1987. In 1987, David Malmberg made substantial enhancements to the Generic Adventure Game System, which was renamed the Adventure Game Toolkit (AGT). Over the next few years, many additional features were added to AGT, and versions were released for MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, the Apple Macintosh, the Commodore Amiga, and the Atari ST. From 1987 through 1992, AGT was distributed by Softworks of Mission San Jose, California. The final version of AGT, known as the “Adventure Game Toolkit Master’s Edition,” includes some graphics and sound capabilities. The final version of AGT is version 1.7 and it's now freeware. AGT was originally built for DOS but has also been compiled for Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Amiga, and others. More than 100 different text adventure games have been designed by game authors around the world using GAGS and AGT.
Free 1993 Version 316kb (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)
Freeware v1.7 ( 330kb (uploaded by IF Archive)

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