I have the latest mainframe version of Dungeon as found here: http://almy.us/dungeon.html
This version is supposed to be the most complete version. The website says,
" As was customary at the time, computer games were free. The source code for this one bears an Infocom copyright, however it allows free noncommercial distribution. I obtained it in 1991 and compiled it for MS/DOS. Of course it will run under Windows! The program was written in Fortran, and I'm not providing the source, lest it spoil the game!
Back around 1980, the folks at Infocom wrote a game interpreter and rewrote Zork to run on it, making it possible to play the game on Apples, TRS-80's, CP/M boxes, and other systems of the day rather than being limited to mainframes. THIS program is the original mainframe version. It is equivalent to Zork I + about half of Zork II + the endgame of Zork III."
Trouble is I hate the interface and would love to play this version on Windows Frotz 2002.
The game consists of a dungeon.exe and two .Dat files - DINDX.DAT and DTEXT.DAT.
Is this possible? or is there a Z5 version of this exact Dungeon version already out there?
This version was created 11-Feb-87 - Although that date doesn't sound right this is the date that appears when you run the game.