Welcome to the Zork Library, one of the last few remaining sources of Zork information on the Internet. Pull up a chair and explore the library! Don't get eaten by a grue!
October 30, 2015 - We now have new guides for using the support in ScummVM's daily builds for playing Zork Nemesis and Zork Grand Inquisitor. This is probably the best method yet for playing these games on modern computers.
November 16, 2014 - I completed the initial work of converting the "Zork Files & Info" section from forum posts to web pages. The new additions are for Beyond Zork/Zork Zero, Enchanter/Sorcerer/Spellbreaker/Wishbringer and a combination of the other miscellaneous posts into one page. I'll clean up the pages and expand upon them a bit in the future.
October 6, 2014 - The Zork Compendium is on hold. Andy, the author of the compendium, has decided to stop working on it so he can reprioritize things in his life. We wish him well! Also, I've taken the time to begin the process of converting the "Zork Files & Info" section from forum posts to web pages and clean them up a bit in the process. This has so far been done with Zork I, II, II, Return to Zork, Zork Nemesis, Zork Grand Inquisitor and Zork: The Undiscovered Underground. More to come soon!
December 6, 2013 - Today new books have been added to the library. One is titled "What is Zork?" and is an introduction to Zork for those who are new to the series. The Zork Files & Information book is currently links to our previous content on the Zork games from our forum. This content will be revised and linked to new pages outside the forum in the coming months.
December 6, 2013 - I'm now the moderator on Reddit's Zork subreddit. Reddit is a community where users can share links to content and discuss different topics. Each subreddit is focused on a certain topic. Come join us!.
November 19, 2013 - Today a new book has been added to the library, titled "Where to Get Zork Games". In this book you can find information about where to purchase copies of Zork games.