(And of Unicorn Quest, the kids' typing tutor
game for one or two hands)
Welcome to Esmerel, home of the Waldings. Grab yourself a candy apple and some hot cider, and come enjoy the site!
Ann Ewan's second book, Brondings' Honour, has lots of Waldings in it! Read all about Ann's exciting fantasy adventure books, Brondings' Honour and Firedrake. Here's a link to Ann's upcoming events.
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We have the following customized versions of Unicorn Quest available:
If you are interested in any of these versions or would like a different one, contact us and let us know.
Thelion's Toolshop is open for business, and you can pick up his DOS utilities. Or, if you want some awk scripts, Rob finally got them all unpacked.
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Download a copy of version 3.1 of Unicorn Quest! (zipped file 170K, expands to 648K including the zip file). Works for right hand, left hand, or both hands. Visit Thelion's shop for more information about it.
Alternatively, you can get Unicorn Quest by ftp from Garbo, or from Simtel. The file is called uquest31.zip.
Unicorn Quest is a DOS program, which means it doesn't work under the new 64-bit Windows. One of our readers might have found a solution and you can read about it in Thelion's shop.
Unicorn Quest works on DOS, 16-bit Windows, and 32-bit Windows. It can be unzipped with WinZip, JustZIPit, or pkunzip. If you are running Windows and have WinZip installed, then after Unicorn Quest has been downloaded to your machine:
You can have Unicorn Quest take up the whole screen by pressing Alt-Enter. (Press Alt-Enter again to get the other icons back.)
If you don't have WinZip, you can get it from:
JustZIPit (a simple, powerful, and free ZIP program) is available from:
And if you have more questions, contact us and ask. Please put our secret code (it's "fox" - don't tell anyone) in the subject line.
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Esmerel last updated 09 January 2013, a beautiful winter's day. This site is maintained by Stewart.