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DaveCombs

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If you click on that link, you're likely to be eaten by a grue...
 

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(Sound of rushing water) WHAT?
 

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want some rye? course ya do!!!

i have all of them if ya interested email me
 
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Thanks for the link! These were the best computer games ever. Unfortunately, the younger crowd will never understand what was so great about them.
 

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Reminded of a local radio station gimmick of an interdimensional being who travelled about the broadcast area giving out cash and prizes. His name was Zork and here appeared only briefly in 1976-77. He wore a silvery zentai-style costume and resembled a Martian from the Ray Bradbury mini-series.
 

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Man, I tried Zork I, but when you get to the cave, it dawned on me about how it says "Months of fun!"
 

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That's nice of them to give them away. Gametap also has them, along with the other Infocom games, but at $4.95 a month.

Zork Zero
Zork I
Zork II
Zork III
Starcross
Planetfall
Stationfall
Suspended
 

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Infocom always had great story lines!

The boxes were a real treat, with the extra goodies you'd find inside. I probably still have a few of them down in the basement.

-Kevin
 
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