sample.from.`<name>` files contain the sample game transcripts from the original Infocom game manuals. # Lane_Mastodon_Alternates.pdf Two alternate versions (red-cyan 3D and printer-friendly black-and-white 2D) of the "Lane Mastodon" comic book shipped with Leather Goddesses of Phobos. PDF created by S. John Ross. # Zork_PDP_11.pdf PDF scan of the Zork manual for the PDP-11 version, signed by Marc Blank, Dave Lebling, and Joel Berez. # ballyhoo.lost.stuff information about a radio station, missing from the Lost Treasures of Infocom I package. Taken from a review by Graeme Cree in SPAG # 4. # bureaucracy.lost.stuff the background documentation from Bureaucracy, which was left out of the Lost Treasures of Infocom II package, typed in by Eric Cote # enchanter.txt the background documentation from Enchanter, typed in by Mike Threepoint # moonmist.letters the two Moonmist letters missing from the Lost Treasures of Infocom I package; supplied by Mark Howell # sample.from.amfv A Mind Forever Voyaging, typed in by Ville Lavonius # sample.from.arthur Arthur, typed in by Thomas Schaefer # sample.from.ballyhoo Ballyhoo, typed in by Thomas Schaefer and Liza Daly # sample.from.beyond Beyond Zork, scanned and corrected by Dave Newkirk # sample.from.border Border Zone, typed in by Volker Blasius # sample.from.bureaucracy Bureaucracy, typed in by Eric Cote # sample.from.cutthroats Cutthroats, typed in by Gary Driggs # sample.from.deadline tuid: p976o7x5ies9ltdh Deadline, typed in by Volker Blasius # sample.from.enchanter Enchanter (same as Sorcerer), typed in by David Rees # sample.from.hitchhiker The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, scanned and corrected by Dave Newkirk # sample.from.hollywood Hollywood Hijinx, typed in by Stefan Jokisch # sample.from.infidel Infidel # sample.from.lgop Leather Goddesses of Phobos, typed in by Mike Threepoint # sample.from.lurking The Lurking Horror, scanned and corrected by Dave Newkirk # sample.from.moonmist Moonmist, typed in by Graeme Cree # sample.from.nordandbert Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It, typed in by Graeme Cree # sample.from.planetfall Planetfall, typed in by Stefan Jokisch # sample.from.plundered Plundered Hearts, typed in by Ville Lavonius # sample.from.seastalker Seastalker, typed in by Graeme Cree # sample.from.sherlock Sherlock - The Riddle of the Crown Jewels, typed in by Volker Blasius # sample.from.shogun Shogun, typed in by David Rees # sample.from.sorcerer Sorcerer; same text as Enchanter, so this is just a link # sample.from.spellbreaker Spellbreaker, typed in by David Rees # sample.from.starcross Starcross, typed in by Graeme Cree # sample.from.stationfall Stationfall, scanned and corrected by Dave Newkirk # sample.from.suspect Suspect, typed in by Ville Lavonius # sample.from.suspended Suspended, typed in by Graeme Cree # sample.from.trinity Trinity, typed in by Ville Lavonius # sample.from.wishbringer Wishbringer, typed in by Volker Blasius # sample.from.witness The Witness, typed in by Stefan Jokisch # sample.from.zork tuid: 0dbnusxunq7fw5ro Zork I, II, and III, typed in by Volker Blasius # sample.from.zorkzero Zork Zero, typed in by Volker Blasius # wishbringer.legend the text of The Legend of Wishbringer, missing from the Lost Treasures of Infocom II package, extracted from the Solid Gold Release of Wishbringer. Supplied by Torbjorn Andersson # zork1.txt tuid: 0dbnusxunq7fw5ro the background documentation from Zork I, typed in by Mike Threepoint # zork2.txt the background documentation from Zork II, typed in by Mike Threepoint # zork3.txt the background documentation from Zork III, typed in by Mike Threepoint # zorkzero.lost.stuff text from the scrap of parchment that is missing from some Lost Treasures of Infocom I packages
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