o t: frotz infocom game interpreter

Michael Whapples mikster4 at msn.com
Thu Feb 9 13:39:35 EST 2006

There are a lot of games for frotz freely available on the internet. Your 
best bet is trying to search for the files. If you know of a search engine 
to search for specific file extensions, then search for .z5 files. Another 
way to search is to put the game name followed by .z5 into a search engine, 
e.g for zork2 you could search for "zork2.z5". By doing those searches, you 
probably will find some archive sites, and will be able to stop having to 
search so much.

A site that has some games, but only some, but some of them I can't find any 
where else in .z5 format is ftp://alge.anart.no/pub/games/

There were a few other versions of the file format, but I think frotz has 
some problems with these other versions, see frotz's documentation.

Michael Whapples 

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