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==Trivia and Comments==
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* ''Zork I'' inspired the parody ''[[Pork 1: The Great Underground Sewer System]]'' (Anonymous; 1998; [[AGT]]).
  
 
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* ''Zork I'' is included on both [[The Lost Treasures of Infocom]] and the [[Classic Text Adventure Masterpieces of Infocom]] CD-ROMs.
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* In 2001, the Zork trilogy was briefly available for free download from the [[Activision]] website as part of their promotion for ''[[Zork: Grand Inquisitor]]''. Activision retains the copyright to ''Zork I'', and any other sites that offer the game for free download are very likely doing so illegally.
  
 
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Zork I
Author(s) Marc Blank and Dave Lebling
Publisher(s) Personal Software, Infocom, Activision
Release date(s) Dec-1980
Authoring system ZIL
Platform(s) Z-code
Language(s) English
License(s) Commercial
Multimedia
Color effects none
Graphics none
Sound/Music none
Ratings
Cruelty scale Cruelty to be determined

How It Begins

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Notable Features

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Availability

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Zork trilogy by Infocom
Zork I (1980)
Zork I
Zork II (1981)
Zork II
Zork III (1982)
Zork III