Note: The *-text files were uploaded by Stu Galley from his private archive (read: attic) ------------------------------------------------------------- Index this file AmigaWorld86.txt Two articles from AmigaWorld January/February 1986, pages 70-73, transcribed by Kirk Davies: The Wizard of Wishbringer - "A totally objective, highly critical and unbiased interview with Infocom game designer Brian Moriarty, by Brian Moriarty." Tour of a Dream Factory - A visitor's description of Infocom, by Bob Liddil BYTE_1981-02_Zork_Advert.pdf Zork Advert, from Byte February 1981. BYTE_1981-02_Zork_Product_Review.pdf Review of Zork by Bob Liddil, from Byte February 1981. Dan_Horn_interview.mp3 ANTIC Interview 88 with Dan Horn, technical director at Infocom. Hosted by Randy Kindig, Kevin Savetz and Brad Arnold. Discover_March1984.pdf "Games With a Real Byte To Them," by Gary Taubes, published in the March 1984 issue of Discover magazine. Enchanter_Ahoy_Mar84.pdf Review of Enchanter, from Ahoy March 1984. Family_Computing_Apr88_Beyond_Zork.pdf Review of Beyond Zork, from Family Computing April 1988. Family_Computing_Dec86_Disk_Drive_Detectives.pdf "Disk Drive Detectives: Make Fiction Come Alive with Mystery Games", by Shay Addams. Features "Deadline," "The Witness," "Ballyhoo," and other games. From Family Computing December 1986. Family_Computing_Dec87_Stationfall.jpg Review of Stationfall, from Family Computing December 1987. Family_Computing_Feb87_Trinity.jpg Review of Trinity, from Family Computing February 1987. Family_Computing_Jun84_Blank_Berlyn_interview.pdf "The Hard-Boiled School of Software: An Interview with Marc Blank and Mike Berlyn of Infocom", from Family Computing June 1984. Family_Computing_Jun84_Suspended.pdf Review of Suspended, from Family Computing June 1984. Family_Computing_Jun85_Hitchhikers_Guide.jpg Review of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, from Family Computing June 1985. Family_Computing_Jun85_Wander_into_Wonderland.pdf "Wander Into Wonderland: Adventure Games Take You on a Vacation to a Place as Vivid as Your Imagination." An article about the appeal of adventure games, with an emphasis on Infocom. Also includes a sidebar interview with Douglas Adams. From Family Computing June 1985. Family_Computing_May87_Moonmist.jpg Review of Moonmist, from Family Computing May 1987. Family_Computing_Sep83_Zork1.pdf Review of Zork 1, from Family Computing September 1983. Games.87 They Take the High-Tech Route to Adventure, by Burt Hochberg from Games magazine August/September 1987 GamingWorld91.txt Excerpt from A History of Computer Games, by Johnny Wilson from Computer Gaming World, November 1991 Globe84-text Masters of the Game, by Richard Dyer from "The Boston Globe" Magazine, May 6, 1984 NYT83-text Participatory Novels, by Edward Rothstein from The New York Times BOOK REVIEW, May 8, 1983 NZT-Briggs.txt Infocom's First Romance: Plundered Hearts author Amy Briggs talks about why she chose to write an interactive romance from The Status Line, Winter 1987, page 9 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-Fooblitzky.txt Fooblitzky Keeps Puzzle-Solvers Busy from The New Zork Times, Winter 1986, pages 1 and 5 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-GUEtech.txt Is It GUE Tech or MIT? Dave Lebling Explains It... from The Status Line, Winter/Spring 1988, page 5 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-InfoBets-text How much you wanna bet? Dinner in Paris or Tokyo - A history of InfoBets (anonymous) and California Academy of Sciences debuts 'Marathon of the Minds', by Stu Galley from The Status Line, Winter/Spring 1987 NZT-Sandusky-text Upper Sandusky: No, it's not on Lake Erie and there isn't a Joe's, by Steve Meretzky from The Status Line, Fall 1987 NZT-Sasha-text Sasha Blunderbraas: Prime Virtuosa, by S. Eric Merescu from The New Zork Times, Spring 1985 NZT-Suspect.txt Suspect Author Suspected, by Dave Lebling from The New Zork Times, Winter 1985, page 8 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-Witness-text How "The Witness" Came to Be from The New Zork Times, Summer 1984 NZT-ZQ-text Good-Bye to The Status Line, Hello to ZQ (Zork Quarterly) NZT-Zorkhistory.txt Three articles on the history of Zork, transcribed by Graeme Cree: The History of Zork - First in a Series, by Tim Anderson, from The New Zork Times, Winter 1985, pages 6-7 and 11 The History of Zork - Second in a Series, by Tim Anderson, from The New Zork Times, Spring 1985, pages 3-5 The History of Zork - The Final (?) Chapter: MIT, MDL, ZIL, ZIP; by Stu Galley, from The New Zork Times, Summer 1985, pages 4-5 NZT-advice.txt A collection of New Zork Times advice columns, transcribed by Graeme Cree: Ask Duffy, from Summer 1984, page 5 Ask Jennifer, from Winter 1985, page 5 Dear Miss Underground Manners, from The Status Line, Fall 1986, page 2 NZT-answers.txt Frank Answers to the Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions from The New Zork Times, Spring 1984, page 1-2 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-atomic-text How I Spent My Summer Vacation, by Brian Moriarty from ****, Spring 1986 from The Status Line, Spring 1989 NZT-falcon.txt The Shrinkwrapped Falcon, by A. Dashiell Meretzky from The New Zork Times, Winter 1985, page 3 typed in by Dave Robeson NZT-gamedev.txt Inside Look at Game Development from The New Zork Times, Winter 1984, page 4 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-horoscope.txt A collection of New Zork Times horoscopes, transcribed by Graeme Cree: Infocom Horoscope, from Spring 1984, page 3 Your Weekly Horoscope by Omar, from The Status Line, Summer 1986, page 2 NZT-music.txt Music From the Great Underground Empire (reprinted from U.S. News and Dungeon Report, 9/18/951) from The New Zork Times, Spring 1985, page 8 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-name-text A Zork By Any Other Name from The New Zork Times, Winter 1984 NZT-parser.txt Parser??? by Stu Galley from The Status Line, Spring 1989, page 2 transcribed by Graeme Cree NZT-testing-text They're never satisfied, by Dave Lebling from The New Zork Times, Fall 1984 Newsweek85-text Lost in Computer Fiction, by Bill Barol from Newsweek, December 23, 1985 PCjoker92.txt Ein offenes Gespraech mit Steve Meretzky (German) interview from PC Joker 5/92 (September/October 1992) PCjoker94.txt Ein offenes Gespraech mit Infocom (German) an interview with Eddie Dombrower and William D. Volk, the makers of Return to Zork from PC Joker 2/94 (February 1994) PCjoker95.txt Ein offenes Gespraech mit Bob Bates (German) interview from PC Joker 7/8'95 (July/August 1995) Post83-text Through the Zorking Glass, by Curt Suplee from The Washington Post, December 22, 1983 PowerPlay.91 Schmiede der Legenden (German) an interview with Bob Bates, from Power Play 12/91 PowerPlayHHGTTG.txt An interview with Douglas Adams about The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, from Commodore Power/Play, April/May 1985 Practical82.txt Zork - Magic Meets Science Fiction, by Peter Fitch from Practical Computing, April 1982 Suspended_Ahoy_Jan84.pdf Review of Suspended, from Ahoy January 1984. Time83-text Putting Fiction on a Floppy, by Philip Elmer-De Witt from TIME, December 5, 1983 YC-87.txt Infocom Special by Roger Garret, from Your Computer March 1987, and Profile: Infocom's Dave Lebling by Mike Gerrard, from Your Computer May 1987 typed in by Torbjoern Andersson Your64.txt A review of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", from Your 64, July 1985. Typed in by David Kinder articles.zip Articles by and interviews with Infocom writers compiled by Paul David Doherty. Contents: IEEE Computer, 1979: "Zork: A Computerized Fantasy Simulation Game" by Lebling/Blank/Anderson Creative Computing, 1980: "How to Fit a Large Program Into a Small Machine" by Blank/Galley Byte, 1980: "Zork and the Future of Computerized Fantasy Simulations" by Lebling Mike Gerrard's Lebling Interview (1987) Paul Rigby's Moriarty Interview New Zork Times, 1985: "The History of Zork" by Anderson/Galley globe.890522 Computer-Games Firm Moving to California, by Ronald Rosenberg. From Boston Globe, Monday May 22, 1989 infidel.txt INFIDEL (Infocom) vs SANDS OF EGYPT (Datasoft) Reviewed by Michael Blanchet. From Computer Games, July/August 1984 typed in by Joe Barlow trinityCG.txt Review of Trinity, from Compute!'s Gazette, March 1987. Scanned in by Patrick Kellum. zzap64.txt Four Minds Forever Voyaging, by Sean Masterson (interviews with Dave Lebling, Steve Meretzky, Stu Galley, and Carl Genatossio) from ZZAP! 64; typed in by Hans Persson
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