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[[Activision]] games set on Zork:
 
[[Activision]] games set on Zork:
 
* ''[[Return to Zork]]'' (1993).
 
* ''[[Return to Zork]]'' (1993).
* ''[[The Philosophers Stone]]'' (unfinished text prequel to Zork Nemesis).
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* ''[[The Philosopher's Stone]]'' (unfinished text prequel to Zork Nemesis).
 
* ''[[Zork: Nemesis]]'' (1996).
 
* ''[[Zork: Nemesis]]'' (1996).
 
* ''[[Zork Grand Inquisitor]]'' (1997).
 
* ''[[Zork Grand Inquisitor]]'' (1997).
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Non-canon games set on Zork:
 
Non-canon games set on Zork:
 
* ''[[Balances]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]]; 1994; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Balances]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]]; 1994; Z-code).
* ''Beyond Zork Sample Transcript'' ([[Allen Garvin]])
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* ''Beyond Zork Sample Transcript'' ([[Allen Garvin]]).
 
* ''[[Dawn of the Demon]]'' ([[Paul Drallos]]; 2005; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Dawn of the Demon]]'' ([[Paul Drallos]]; 2005; Z-code).
* ''[[Deja Vu]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]]; 1993; Z-code)
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* ''[[Deja Vu]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]]; 1993; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Encyclopedia Frobozzica]]'' (author: [[Nino Ruffini]], porter: [[John Kean]] as "Digby McWiggle"; Z-code). Not a game.
 
* ''[[Encyclopedia Frobozzica]]'' (author: [[Nino Ruffini]], porter: [[John Kean]] as "Digby McWiggle"; Z-code). Not a game.
 
* ''[[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).
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* ''[[Frobozz Magic Video Poker]]'' ([[Zach Mately]]; 2003).
 
* ''[[Informatory]]'' ([[William J. Shlaer]]; 1998; Z-code).
 
* ''[[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).
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* ''[[Perilous Magic]]'' ([[David Fillmore]]; 1999; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Perilous Magic]]'' ([[David Fillmore]]; 1999; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Return to Zork: Another Story]]'' ([[Stefano Canali]]; 2000; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Return to Zork: Another Story]]'' ([[Stefano Canali]]; 2000; Z-code).
* ''[[Spiritwrak]]'' ([[D.S. Yu]]; 1996; z-code)
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* ''[[Spiritwrak]]'' ([[D.S. Yu]]; 1996; z-code).
 
* ''[[The Meteor, the Stone and a Long Glass of Sherbet]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]] as "Angela M. Horns"; 1996; Z-code)
 
* ''[[The Meteor, the Stone and a Long Glass of Sherbet]]'' ([[Graham Nelson]] as "Angela M. Horns"; 1996; Z-code)
 
* ''[[Zork: A Troll's Eye View]]'' ([[Dylan O'Donnell]]; 1998; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Zork: A Troll's Eye View]]'' ([[Dylan O'Donnell]]; 1998; Z-code).

Revision as of 17:30, 10 February 2010

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:

See also:

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