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
Amazon ; an online store selling new and used computer and video games.
Google ; search engine that ranks by popularity
eBay ; Many older games listed on MobyGames are out of print. Auction sites like eBay are the best place to find them.