# csdemo.zip A demo of Cornerstone. # how_to_play_these_games by Gareth Rees, last updated October 1995 [file is linked to games/zcode/how_to_play_these_games] # minizork.z3 tuid: 1rea34vqnz3mtyq1 Mini-Zork I: data file of a demo originally distributed for the Commodore 64 (see minizork.zip) # minizork.zip The Mini-Zork demo from Infocom, put onto a C64 disk along with the text accompanying it from the UK C64 magazine Zzap! 64. D64 disk image. [file is linked to games/c64/minizork.zip] # sampler1_R26.z3 Data file of the 1984 Infocom Sampler (Release 26 / Serial Number 840731). Contains an Infocom interactive fiction tutorial and samples of four Infocom games: Zork I, Planetfall, Infidel, and The Witness. # sampler1_R52.z3 Same as above, Release 52 / Serial number 850402 # sampler1_R53.z3 Same as above, Release 53 / Serial Number 850407 # sampler1_R55.z3 Same as above, Release 55 / Serial Number 850823 # sampler2.z3 Data file of the second Infocom Sampler (Release 97 / Serial Number 870601) with an interactive fiction tutorial (a sequence from Wishbringer) and samples of three Infocom games: Zork I, Leather Goddesses of Phobos, and Trinity # zork_1_demo.zip tuid: 5w07yn5e06d6ftqm oyvdfdvghyds5mad The first sampler (ID1) from Infocom, featuring the "Catch-a-Butterfly" demo along with a section of Zork 1. Archive also includes a JPEG of an advert for this demo taken from "The New Zork Times" Page 7; Vol. 3, No. 3; Summer 1984. # zorkdemo.zip Return to Zork, sneak preview by Activision # ztuu.zip Zork: The Undiscovered Underground, a text adventure prequel to Zork Grand inquisitor. Written by Marc Blank and Mike Berlyn, programmed by Gerry Kevin Wilson. Release 16 / Serial number 970828 This file seems to have disappeared from Activision's web site, so hopefully putting the file here is okay. Z5 game file, Readme, and InvisiClues. # ztuu.pdf tuid: 40hswtkhap88gzvn The manual for Zork: The Undiscovered Underground, as a PDF formatted in the style of the original Infocom manuals, converted by Chris Marsh.
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