Sunday, April 8, 2012

Complete Realms of Quest Trilogy...and the entire System IIII Collection

Requirements: for Windows +VICE Emulator

I've decided to publicly release my entire collection of VIC-20 games into a single zip archive. This also includes the full commercial version of Realms of Quest III that was released in 2009. Included with these is the VIC-20 VICE Emulator for convenience along with instructions.

The following games are included in the collection:

Break-Fast (1988)
Haunted House (1990)
Dunjon Master (1990)
Worm-Out II (1990)
Paratrooper (1990)
Ringside Wrestling (1990)
Realms of Quest I (1991)
Realms of Quest II: Unfinished Demo (1993)
Monkey Kong (1993)
Vicfall! (1993)
Ice Hockey (1996)
Meteor Zone (1996)
Ringside Boxing (1996)
Vicfall II (1996)
Dunjon I & II (2003)
Vicside Boxing (2004)
Realms of Quest II (2004)
Realms of Quest II: Special Edition (2006)
Napoleon Simulator (2006)
Realms of Quest II: Mega-Cart Edition (2007)
Realms of Quest III (2009)
Realms of Quest III: Dunjon Crawler (2009)
Theater of War I (2010)
Face VS Heel (2010)
Realms of Quest I & II: Anniversary Edition (2011)
Theater of War II: The Pacific (2011)
Theater of War III: Western Front 1918 (2011)

If you are interested in getting most of these games in a commercially-produced package which includes floppy disk and a 36-printed manual, please visit




  1. This collection has no instructions for realms of quest 1+2. Other than that it's PERFECT!

  2. Thank you William. The instructions for realms 1 and 2 are included in the game menu itself.

  3. Just to pretend we are actually having a dialogue :)

    I started off with a vic-20 way way back when I was in the USAF in 1983 or so. Some friends at the time took me to a giant military store where we bought it. To be honest though, while I played the death out of my machine I wasn't quite happy because other people around me had computers that had 64k of ram and mine only had 4 on a good day!

    After a few weeks we took the vic back and I got me a c-64 that I proceeded to play maniacly and started my computer addiction upon :)

    I did, however, find programming (in basic :) ) the vic-20 much easier and more satisfying than programming the c-64. I could write programs with animation and sound on the vic, and the programs for the 64 were completely silent.

    1. That's a pretty cool story.

      I got my first vic 20 after winning it in a contest sponsored by Pepsi when I was 9 years old. I collected bottle caps from my grandmother's bottle cap can and spelled V I C 2 0.

      I did eventually get upgraded to the C64, but I always liked the way the vic 20 looked.

  4. I just got a 1514 cable working recently.

    I am tripping mad that you are putting out this bundle!

    This will be my first taste of modern-era vic20 games run on the real hardware :D

    many thanks

  5. Hi there,
    I would really like to try your games, but the download links doesn't function anymore... :( Could you upload it again or send me via mail?