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Castaway/GP -- Atari ST for your handheld!

Most of this material (the DM logo above, any screenshots, the game disk images, etc) is copyright FTL Games / Software Heaven.

Dungeon Master and Chaos Strikes Back were two of the very first 3d roleplaying games controlled by mouse, and also two of the best. The ultimate resource for these games can be found at the Dungeon Master and Chaos Strikes Back Encyclopedia. They were originally produced by FTL (Faster Than Light) and Software Heaven, both long vanished.

The copyright of these games still sits with their original producer, Wayne Holder. I will be writing him personally to ask permission for free distribution via the web, though I understand he is already aware that many websites distribute these disk images and is cool with it. We do not claim any intellectual property or licensing of them, just relying on excellent word that Wayne is okay with this.

Many disk images of these games exist, from the original release versions to upgrades of the releases, to patched, compressed and hacked up images from the Atari ST "demo" community. Due to the difficulty in finding versions that work with Castaway/GP (some work, some do not) I get asked a lot where to get the games and think it would be cool (and a great honour!) to host the files. Normally I dodge such questions, since I own the games and do not wish to encourage any sort of piracy 20 years later or not... but I think this time its a good and noble service and okay by the owner of the copyright.

Go buy them, anyway. Dungeon Master 2 is still in bargain bins for DOS!

My email to Wayne is here

Get them here:

Atari ST Dungeon Master (original)
Atari ST Chaos Strikes Back (Disk 1, original)
Atari ST Chaos Strikes Back (Disk 2, original)

For best compatability, use Atari TOS 1.02 (copyright Atari and not distributed here!). These disks will work perfectly with most every Atari ST emulator around, handheld or otherwise.

The_Wub has a little FAQ about setting CSB up on your GP32. See here

Zo Kath Ra!

Send email to Jeff Mitchell at support@codejedi.com