Below is a zip file containing images of the following programs:
Backgammon - Oasis Software
Chess v21 - J. Morrison (Micros) Ltd.
Colossal Cave - Cowen Software Ltd.
(Rescue from) Death's Head Hole - Peaksoft - Includes a small bug fix (the addition of the line and statement 3400 END) .
Dominoes - Oasis Software
Donkey King (aka The King) - Microdeal - Includes all three versions that appear on each side of the tape (on the tape the versions appear in the order of "Donkey1", "Donkey2", then "Donkey3").
Dragonchess - Oasis Software
Drone Datatank - Cable Software Ltd. - Does not include the audio (T.R.O.F.F.) on side two.
Dragon Trek - Salamander Software
Dungeon Raid - Microdeal
El Diablero - Dragon Data Ltd.
Everest - Salamander Software
Fishy Business (Dan Diamond Trilogy - Part 3) - Salamander Software
Football Manager - Addictive Games Ltd.
Golf - Salamander Software
Invader Cube (aka 3D OXO) - Oasis Software - This version does not work on a Dragon 64.
Lionheart - Peaksoft
Madness and the Minotaur - Dragon Data Ltd. - This version contains bugs, do any bug-free Dragon versions exist?
Mansion Adventure 1 - Microdeal
Morbid Mansion - Blaby Computer Games
The Mystery of the Java Star - Shards Software
North Sea Oil - Shards Software
Othello - Oasis Software
Perseus & Andromeda (Mysterious Adventure No. 9) - Channel 8 Software
Pettigrews Diary - Shards Software
Pimania - Automata Ltd. - Does not include the audio on side B. This is an older version of Pimania that does not give you the option of avoiding the double speed poke, instead you have to manually edit lines before running the game. I did have the line numbers written down but I currently don't know the location of this information.
Tim Love's Cricket - Peaksoft - This version does not work on a Dragon 64.
Total Eclipse v1.3 - Fenmar Ltd. trading as Eclipse Computer Games - Earlier versions are known to be bugged (this is not a guarantee that this version is bug free). Also includes the Universe 2 data file which appears on side 2 of the tape. (On side 1 of the tape "TEclipse" is followed by "TE_Uni1".)
Waxworks (Mysterious Adventure No. 11) - Channel 8 Software
Wings of War - Salamander Software
Zotoka - Preston Computer Games - (On the tape the instructions appear on side A, the game on side B.)
Associated with each program is a text file giving various details about each program, including the program's title, loading instructions, and which artifact mode to use in an emulator (if any).
All, with the exception of Wings of War, were created with an old version of DC.exe that stripped out the leaders, so these images have received FIXCAS treatment. Wings of War was created with a version of DC.exe that does not strip out the leaders, and therefore has not had FIXCAS applied. All have been tested with XRoar. (The use of DOS programs to create the images also explains the shortened filenames, which I left unaltered as I was using T3 - the DOS based Dragon emulator - at the time I created the images.)
I have not included the three Mountains of Ket games due to the protection scheme they employ. Both Steve and Ciaran have supplied versions that do not produce the (non-critical) errors that this scheme produces in emulators, see viewtopic.php?f=4&t=201&start=0
Neither have I included the three Exploring Adventures on the Dragon games (Castlemaze, Tunnel, and Underground) because the image of Underground Adventure is not a true image of what is on the tape. Instead, it is an image of a bug fixed Underground Adventure (with rather more fixes than that of Death's Head Hole). I intend to create a true image of Underground and will upload it with the other Exploring Adventures games. Should I also include the bug fixed version with this upload?
I also need to check on the precise layout of the program and data files on the tape for Trivial Crosswords by Quickbeam Software.