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Oh this is *fascinating*. Definitely going to have to download this and give it a crack alongside you and other like-minded adventurers here. Thanks tremendously for simplifying the installation-and-getting-started process!
Quite often I find a reference while looking for something else. I think Explore (1979) was one of the most obvious recent examples: I was actually looking up a TRS-80 creation system called Explore, but one of the links that popped up seemed to imply there was actually a 1979 game called Explore, so I noted it down and dug deeper when time permitted.