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Zork: The Great Underground Empire

Zork: The Great Underground Empire (APP2) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Genre: Text Adventure
Developer: Infocom

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Zork: The Great Underground Empire review

Reviewed April 15, 2009

aschultz says: "One of the first computer game series ever starts in front of a white house. You need to discover twenty treasures and find the passage to the sequel, Zork II. There's not a ton of plot, but you'll have to deal with two odd mazes, a lantern that dims as the game goes on(once it goes out, you may be stuck by grues--who engendered the word gruesome, of course--that roam in the darkness,) two opponents, a nasty river and even some undead spirits. There's enough of an assortment of items, from th..."
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