Related Web Sites
- How to Fit a Large Program in a Small Machine -- (or How to fit the Great Underground Empire on your Desk-top)
A technical paper on restructuring Zork, a program written in MDL to run on a PDP-10 mainframe, to run on a microcomputer under ZIL through the Z-machine, by Blank, M. S. & Galley, S. W. first published on pages 80-87 of the July 1980 issue of Creative Computing.
- Somethingpositive in the Great Underground Empire -- In 2003, the author of the web comic Somethingpositive briefly put his protagonist through some locations of Zork I.
- The Commodore Zone -- All about the game, with introduction, images, related links and comments area.
- The Dot Eaters - Videogame History 101 -- The history of Infocom section of The Dot Eaters.
- The Great Page of Zork -- Links for Zork 1, a walkthrough ... even download the game itself.
- The Great Underground Empire -- A fansite for the original Zork, specifically aimed at Italian fans of the game. Has some downloads, a Zork encyclopaedia, and detailed description of each game. A few broken links, but nothing major.
- The Infocom Gallery -- High-quality scans of the grey box package and manual of Zork.
- Unofficial Infocom Homepage -- At this site you can find information on ALL of Infocom's interactive games, Infocom related articles, sample
transcripts, InvisiClue hints, walkthroughs, maps and information on buying Infocom games today.
- Zork's wikipedia page -- Here you can find all sorts of info about the Zork universe.
- Zork: the Great Underground Empire at iFiction -- Play Zork I through your web browser!
- Zork: The Great Underground Empire's wikipedia page
-- Here you can find all sorts of info about the game.
Searches and Links
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