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Games part of the Zork series

The Zork series is a classic collection of text-based adventure games developed by Infocom in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It's widely regarded as one of the pioneering franchises in interactive fiction and has left a significant mark on the history of video games.

The series began with Zork I: The Great Underground Empire in 1980, which tasked players with exploring the vast and mysterious underground caverns of the Great Underground Empire. Players navigated through the game by typing commands in plain English, such as "go north" or "take lantern," and solving puzzles to progress.
Zork quickly became a hit, leading to the development of several sequels and spin-offs. These games expanded upon the original's world, introducing new locations, characters, and challenges for players to overcome.


Zork I: The Great Underground Empire

DOS19824.2/5 adventure
Zork is one of the most popular text-adventures and one of the first interactive fiction games ever created. The first Zork was developed in the seventies and ported on various platform by Infocom in the early 80s. Infocom was one of the most prolific developers of text-adventures for home computers and created memorable interactive fiction ga...

Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz

DOS19834.2/5 adventure

Zork III: The Dungeon Master

DOS19844/5 adventure

Zork Quest: Assault on Egreth Castle

DOS19883.4/5 adventure

Zork Quest: The Crystal of Doom

DOS19893.8/5 adventure

Zork Zero: The Revenge of Megaboz

DOS19894/5 adventure

Return to Zork

DOS19934.1/5 adventure

Zork Nemesis

DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac OS1996protected4.1/5 adventure

Zork: Grand Inquisitor

Windows XP/98/95Mac OS1997protected3.8/5 adventure