# DefinitiveInfocomIcons.sit 37 Infocom icons for the Macintosh, by Christopher Drum. Miniature repoductions of the cover artwork of the Infocom "book" packaging series, redrawn from scratch. # DefinitiveInfocomIcons.zip 36 icons from DefinitiveInfocomIcons.sit (except Fooblitzky which has a non-standard size) by Christopher Drum, converted to Windows format by Volker Blasius. # IconLauncher_1.0.zip Infocom Icon Launcher, version 1.0, by Matthew Twomey. A set of stub executables with custom Infocom icons that can be set up to launch an Infocom interpreter. # Infocom_256x256.zip 256x256 icons for all Infocom releases, created by David Donarumo. Also includes icons for Cornerstone, Infocomics, and later releases such as Nemesis and Grand Inquisitor. # OSX_Infocom_Icons_Volume_1.sit A set of 34 colour icons for Mac OS X, one for each Infocom "grey box" release, created by Christopher Drum. # WinXP_Infocom_Icons_Volume_1.zip A set of 34 colour icons for Windows XP, one for each Infocom "grey box" release, created by Christopher Drum. # ZorkLetters.zip Windows icons with the Letters Z, O, R, K, the number 0, and a Planetfall icon. # icons256.zip 67 256-colour Windows icons for all the Infocom games, by Mark Peterson. Includes one or more icon for each game and a utility to use them under Windows 95. # ificons.zip Windows icons for Infocom/Inform, TADS and Hugo, by Giulio Veneziani. # infocomicons.sit 35 Infocom icons for the Macintosh. # masters.zip 33 16-colour Windows icons for the Infocom games on the "Masterpieces of Infocom" CD, by David Dyte. # zicons.zip A set of Windows icons for game files, by Nicholas Daley: A compass rose with text "Z" - "Z8" and "TADS".
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