Infocom Sampler 2
Infocom Sampler II (cover) by Infocom
Published: 1987, Infocom
Brian Moriarty, Dave Lebling, Marc Blank, Steve Meretzky

Difficulty Level: Introductory / Standard

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The 2nd of the Infocom promotional attempts, this program contains samples of Infocom games created on June 1st, 1987.

It contains:
1. An analytic tutorial game based on a small part of Wishbringer.
2. A small playable part of Zork I.
3. A small playable part of Trinity.
4. A small playable part of Leather Goddesses of Phobos.
5. A lot of information about Infocom games, Infocom principles (why they don't use graphics etc.), and the like...

The Trinity part is of particular interest to C64 users, since Trinity was never released on the C64...

Infocom Sampler 2
Infocom Sampler II (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 1987 Infocom.

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