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==Games taking place on Zork==
 
==Games taking place on Zork==
The Zork Trilogy:
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The MIT game that started it all:
* ''[[Zork I]]: The Great Underground Empire'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]], publisher: [[Infocom]]; 1980; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork (game)|Zork]]'' a.k.a. ''Dungeon'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Bruce Daniels]], [[Dave Lebling]]; 1979).
* ''[[Zork II]]: The Wizard of Frobozz'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]], publisher: Infocom; 1981; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork III]]: The Dungeon Master'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]], publisher: Infocom; 1982; Z-code).
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The Enchanter Trilogy:
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The Zork Trilogy, published by [[Infocom]]:
* ''[[Enchanter]]'' ([[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], publisher: [[Infocom]]; 1983; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork I]]: The Great Underground Empire'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]]; 1980; Z-code).
* ''[[Sorcerer]]'' ([[Steve Meretzky]], publisher: Infocom; 1984; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork II]]: The Wizard of Frobozz'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]]; 1981; Z-code).
* ''[[Spellbreaker]]'' ([[Dave Lebling]], publisher: Infocom; 1985; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork III]]: The Dungeon Master'' ([[Tim Anderson]], [[Marc Blank]], [[Dave Lebling]], [[Bruce Daniels]]; 1982; Z-code).
  
Later Infocom and Activision games:
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The Enchanter Trilogy, published by Infocom:
* ''[[Beyond Zork]]: The Coconut of Quendor'' (publisher: Infocom; 1987; Z-code).
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* ''[[Enchanter]]'' ([[Marc Blank]] and [[Dave Lebling]]; 1983; Z-code).
* ''[[Zork Zero]]: The Revenge of Megaboz'' (publisher: Infocom; 1988; Z-code).
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* ''[[Sorcerer]]'' ([[Steve Meretzky]]; 1984; Z-code).
* ''[[Return to Zork]]'' (publishers: Infocom and Activision; 1993).
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* ''[[Spellbreaker]]'' ([[Dave Lebling]]; 1985; Z-code).
* ''[[Zork: Nemesis]]'' (publisher: [[Activision]]; 1996).
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* ''[[Zork Grand Inquisitor]]'' (publisher: Activision; 1997).
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Other Infocom games set on Zork:
* ''[[Zork: The Undiscovered Underground]]'' (designer: [[Michael Berlyn]], designer: [[Marc Blank]], implementor: [[Gerry Kevin Wilson]]; 1997; Z-code)
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* ''[[Beyond Zork]]: The Coconut of Quendor'' ([[Brian Moriarty]]; 1987; Z-code).
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* ''[[Wishbringer]]: The Magick Stone of Dreams'' ([[Brian Moriarty]]; 1985; Z-code).
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* ''[[Zork Zero]]: The Revenge of Megaboz'' ([[Steve Meretzky]]; 1988; Z-code).
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[[Activision]] games set on Zork:
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* ''[[Return to Zork]]'' (1993).
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* ''[[Zork: Nemesis]]'' (1996).
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* ''[[Zork Grand Inquisitor]]'' (1997).
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* ''[[Zork: The Undiscovered Underground]]'' (co-designers: [[Michael Berlyn]] and [[Marc Blank]], implementor: [[Gerry Kevin Wilson]]; 1997; Z-code)
  
 
Non-canon games set on Zork:
 
Non-canon games set on Zork:
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* ''[[Enlightenment]]'' ([[Taro Ogawa]]; 1998; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Enlightenment]]'' ([[Taro Ogawa]]; 1998; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Frobozz Magic Support]]'' ([[Nate Cull]]; 1996; TADS 2).
 
* ''[[Frobozz Magic Support]]'' ([[Nate Cull]]; 1996; TADS 2).
* ''[[Informatory]]'' ([[William Shlaer]]; 1998; Z-code).
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* ''[[Informatory]]'' ([[William J. Shlaer]]; 1998; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Life on Gue Street]]'' ([[Chris Charla]] as Anonymous; c.2000; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Life on Gue Street]]'' ([[Chris Charla]] as Anonymous; c.2000; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Mini-Zork]]'' (Anonymous; 1998; Z-code and Commodore).
 
* ''[[Mini-Zork]]'' (Anonymous; 1998; Z-code and Commodore).

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The world or planet that the Great Underground Empire was on, and the location of many of the games by Infocom.

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Games taking place on Zork

The MIT game that started it all:

The Zork Trilogy, published by Infocom:

The Enchanter Trilogy, published by Infocom:

Other Infocom games set on Zork:

Activision games set on Zork:

Non-canon games set on Zork:

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