The seventh game in the ever-popular Zork series, published by Activision in 1996. It was a pretty good game with a gorgeous (but sometimes disorienting) graphics system, excellent movies, and an engaging story line. But seldom did this title seem like the other Zork games. This game was very serious, contained very little humor, showed scenes of quite graphic violence, and contained many adult themes. The only refenences to other Zork games were the names of the planets, and some clues in books in the Library which held no importance in the game. This is a good game by itself, but is not really a Zork.

You can check out some screenshots on Activision's website at: http://www.activision.com/games/vault2/zork/index.html

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