Infocom Sampler I (cover) by Infocom
Published: 1985, Infocom
Dave Lebling, Marc Blank, Michael Berlyn,
Steve Meretzky, Stu Galley
Difficulty Level: Standard / Advanced
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The 1st Infocom promotional attempt, this program contains samples of Infocom games created on August 23rd, 1985.
1. An analytic tutorial game where you try to trap a butterfly!
2. A small playable part of Zork I.
3. A small playable part of Planetfall.
4. A small playable part of Infidel.
5. A small playable part of The Witness.
6. A lot of information about Infocom games, Infocom principles (why they don't use graphics, etc.), and the like...
Infocom Sampler I (game) by Infocom
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The text excerpt in italics below the credit information is taken from the cover of the game and ©Copyright 1985 Infocom.
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