(Note: This is an extremely rough draft and probably contains several errors and omissions. My information is far more sketchy than I'd like, and there's some contradictions. But someone's gotta take the first step on this page -- David Welbourn 11:43, 6 Jul 2005 (Central Daylight Time))
The following game is not an official Infocom game, but is the game where much of the material of the Zork trilogy came from.
- Zork: The Great Underground Empire a.k.a. Zork I (Marc Blank and Dave Lebling; 1980; Z-code).
- Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz (Marc Blank and Dave Lebling; 1981; Z-code).
- Deadline (Marc Blank; 1982; Z-code).
- Zork III: The Dungeon Master (Marc Blank and Dave Lebling; 1982; Z-code).
- Starcross (Dave Lebling; 1982; Z-code).
- Suspended (Michael Berlyn; 1983; Z-code).
- The Witness (Stu Galley; 1983; Z-code).
- Planetfall (Steve Meretzky; 1983; Z-code).
- Enchanter (Marc Blank and Dave Lebling; 1983; Z-code).
- Infidel (Michael Berlyn and Patricia Fogleman; 1983; Z-code).
- Sorcerer (Steve Meretzky; 1984; Z-code).
- Seastalker: [Your Name] and the Ultramarine Bioceptor (Stu Galley and Jim Lawrence; 1984; Z-code).
- Cutthroats (Michael Berlyn and Jerry Wolper; 1984; Z-code).
- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky; 1984; Z-code).
- Suspect (Dave Lebling; 1984; Z-code).
- Wishbringer: The Magick Stone of Dreams (Brian Moriarty; 1985; Z-code).
- A Mind Forever Voyaging (Steve Meretzky; 1985; Z-code).
- Spellbreaker (Dave Lebling; 1985; Z-code).
- Ballyhoo (Jeff O'Neill; 1986; Z-code).
- Trinity (Brian Moriarty; 1986; Z-code).
- Leather Goddesses of Phobos (Steve Meretzky; 1986; Z-code).
- Moonmist (Stu Galley and Jim Lawrence; 1986; Z-code).
- Hollywood Hijinx (Dave Anderson and Liz Cyr-Jones; 1986; Z-code).
- Bureaucracy (Douglas Adams et al.; 1987; Z-code).
- Stationfall (Steve Meretzky; 1987; Z-code).
- The Lurking Horror (Dave Lebling; 1987; Z-code).
- Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It (Jeff O'Neill; 1987; Z-code).
- Plundered Hearts (Amy Briggs; 1987; Z-code).
- Beyond Zork (Brian Moriarty; 1987; Z-code).
- Border Zone (Marc Blank; 1987; Z-code).
- Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels (Bob Bates; 1987? 1988?; Z-code). Developed by Challenge, Inc.
- Zork Zero: The Revenge of Megaboz (Steve Meretzky; 1988).
- James Clavell's Shogun (Dave Lebling; 1989).
- Journey: The Quest Begins (1988).
- Arthur: The Quest for Excalibur (Bob Bates; 1989; Z-code). Developed by Challenge, Inc.
Other Infocom Software
- Cornerstone (1985). [D1Hazel: This is the one that got Infocom killed.]
- Fooblitzky (1986).
- the Infocomics (1988). (details to come)
- Quarterstaff: The Tomb of Setmoth (1988).
- BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception (1988).
Infocom or Activision?
The following games were published by Activision (I think), but released under the Infocom label. But I'm not really sure about some of these. If it belongs in the Infocom section, move it there. If it belongs in the Activision section, move it there. If there are errors or omissions, please let us know!
- Mines of Titan (1989). [Isn't there another name for this one?] [D1Hazel: Isn't this deved by Westwood and published by Infocom? Also, it doesn't have another name, but your close; this is an improved version of another game. Geez, I miss Westwood. (It's my favorite company, Infocom being my second favorite. Boy, I sure was surprised that the two companies both worked together AND died in the same way.)]
- Circuit's Edge (1990).
- Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvienence from Planet X (Steve Meretzky; 1992).
- Return to Zork
- Simon the Sorcerer
- Zork: Nemesis
- Zork Grand Inquisitor
Ideally, this list should be in chronological order, include the publisher, the release year, and note which of the above games were included in these collections.
- Zork Trilogy (1986).
- The Lost Treasures of Infocom (1991).
- Tombs & Treasures (1991).
- The Infocom Collection (1992).
- The Lost Treasures of Infocom II (1992).
- The Zork Anthology (1994).
- Activision Game Vault Volume 1 (1995).
- Zork Special Edition (1995).
- Classic Text Adventure Masterpieces (1996).
- Zork Classics: Interactive Fiction (2000).
[Weren't there also Enchanter and Mystery collections? -- David Welbourn] [D1Hazel: Mystery, yeah; Enchanter, dunno.]