Zork by Tim Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling

"Many strange tales have been told of the fabulous treasure, exotic creatures, and diabolical puzzles in the Great Underground Empire. As an aspiring adventurer, you will undoubtedly want to locate these treasures and deposit them in your trophy case."

[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]
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Review by 17zahmad
07 Jan 2021
very sophisticated game with Amazing features. maybe a variety of responses could be used to make your mistakes more interesting lol.

Review by Savio
21 Jun 2020
Quite difficult. Love the Thief though.

Review by Otakunami777
21 May 2019
It's Sheldon approved(TBBT) a great text adventure for all ages keeps you busy mentally

Review by turntechgodhead4
31 Mar 2019

Review by thecanvasrose
22 Dec 2018
If you haven't played Zork, you haven't played IF... Okay, that's an exaggeration, but to me, the Zork games are what got me hooked on IF in the first place. It's perfect for anybody who likes D&D but is too antisocial or introverted to join in on a campaign as often as one might otherwise like to (guilty). Zork is iconic - it's too bad that it isn't as popular today as it ought to be. Besides that, it really is one of the most fun games (text-based or otherwise) that I've ever played all of the way through.

Review by Tylordian
18 Sep 2018
Thanks for the port :)

Review by archerqueen08
25 Feb 2018
Good classic game! Well made!

Review by gamerknight007
13 Feb 2018
This is a very awesome game and I really like it, keep up the good work!

Review by tomandthejack
23 Nov 2017
It's a great game, but for beginners, it will send them off the wall.

Review by ChartsetGamemaker
13 Jul 2017
Considering the scattering of the objects, layout of the map, and general feel, I have to rate this game poorly. If you've played the original Zork at all, you know that the bank, carousel room, and riddle room are not in the first game. The game plays like someone smushed together Zork 1 and Zork 2 to make this. I would recommend to anyone who wants to play the Zork trilogy to download the files from the Infocom website, instead of playing it here.

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Written by
Tim Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling
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Published 1979
Listing added 13 Jan 2014

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