david at kramer.ne.mediaone.net
Sun Feb 20 07:58:58 EST 2000
On Sun, 20 Feb 2000, Derek Martin wrote:
> Haha! In a nostalgic fit I've been playing Zork I on my Windows box (I
> recently bought the Zork Anthology) and ADVENT (the original adventure,
> abreviated to advent because it was written on some arcane architecture
> whose operating system only allowed 6 character file names, as I recall)
> which I'm playing on Linux.
> So, I seem to recall hearing somewhere about some software that runs on
> Linux that lets you play Zork and at least some of the other
> venerable Infocom games. Anyone know anything about this? I have a sense
> that there's some software that comes with redhat that lets you do this,
> but I don't remember. I'll have to go hunting through the manuals... If
> anyone knows what I'm talking about, I'd appreciate some info (as well as
> some verification that I'm not insane and just having pipe dreams)...
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