Most of my Quendorian time-line information was acquired from:
She has one of the most excellent pages on the Internet about the Zork Universe, and I would be lying if I didn't say I was in awe at the complexity of her Quendorian Knowledge.
If you ever need to know what a term means, just check the webified
You can also go to
you can download the first three games for free here as well as read the newsletters that were sent to the various Infocom employees during production. There's a lot more than that here, but it's WAY too much to sum up here, so just go check it out and see. They don't have any graphical content, but the information provided DEFINITELY overshadows the lack of pictures.
He's got a really nice site set up as a walkthrough for this game as well as his own version of the storyline.
Who says you can have too many Quendorian timelines?
He's moved several times, but has kept his information updated throughout. Nice menu system.
This is an online petition to the Activision company to create more Zork games. I'm not certain if it will work or not, but it's worth a signature I suppose...
There were children's books created in the choose-your-own-adventure style. Here is one of them, in web format.
Here you have access to downloads of the original DUNGEON game in many formats, all with access to emulators to run them.