Major engine update
Today we published our biggest Hibernated 1 update yet. The game was ported to DAAD, an engine exclusively developed by Infinite Imaginations from 1988-1991 for the legendary Spanish adventure forge Aventuras AD. Responsible for DAAD was adventure legend Tim Gilberts, who founded the company Gilsoft in the early 80s. Gilsoft became famous for its iconic adventure systems "The Quill" and "Professional Adventure Writer (PAWs). Thanks to Tim's wonderful support Hibernated has experienced a lot of improvements. The CPC version, for example, is now native and no longer CP/M based; in addition to disk, a tape version is now also available. Commodore 64 finally has a sophisticated parser on par with PAWs. The future games of the Hibernated trilogy will benefit from this, as more complex games are now possible on each of the supported systems. The ZX Spectrum port is particularly groundbreaking, as the text is now presented in an incredible 42 columns. In general, the new versions are characterized by outstanding readability, which is essential for a text-based adventure game. Happy adventuring!
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