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Games that most resemble an Infocom work - an IFDB Poll

by David Cornelson
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If you've played a game that "feels" like an Infocom game, add it to the list.

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The Meteor, The Stone And A Long Glass Of Sherbet, by Graham Nelson (as Angela M. Horns)
7 votes
"I agree with Emily." [+]... "A near-flawless Infocom pastiche" [+]... "Captures a lot of..." [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Augmented Fourth, by Brian Uri!
7 votes
"Cheerful and droll, Meretsky-style." [+]... "Very Meretzky." [+]... "There's a certain Zorkian humour about this one." [+]... "Wryly narrated..." [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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The Plant, by Michael J. Roberts
6 votes
"Puzzle-laden complex-crawl with Infocom-esque exploration and prose." [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Yes, Another Game with a Dragon!, by John Kean
4 votes
"Puzzles and exploration on parade" [+]... "Evocative scenery, funny writing, and clever puzzles" [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Savoir-Faire, by Emily Short
4 votes
"Savoir-Faire is like a classic version of Spellbreaker" [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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An Act of Murder, by Christopher Huang
4 votes
"Just like the old murder mysteries" [+]... "Not as complex as Infocom, but fits the style" [+]... "Very similar to 'Deadline'" [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Across The Stars: The Ralckor Incident, by Dark Star and Peter Mattsson
3 votes
"Feels like 'Planetfall'" [+]... "Almost Infocom quality, feels like Stationfall" [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Make It Good, by Jon Ingold
3 votes
"Deliberately..." [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
3 votes
"Reminiscent of Infocom's best" [+]... (No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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1893: A World's Fair Mystery, by Peter Nepstad
2 votes
"It's commercial. It's huge. It's detailed. " [+]... "Absolutely brilliant!" [+]...

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Zork: The Undiscovered Underground, by Marc Blank, Michael Berlyn, and G. Kevin Wilson
2 votes
"It isn't Infocom, but ..." [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Piracy 2.0, by Sean Huxter
2 votes
"Retro-cool" [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Scroll Thief, by Daniel M. Stelzer
2 votes
"Dead-on homage" [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Risorgimento Represso, by Michael J. Coyne
2 votes
(No comment) [+]... (No comment) [+]...

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Babel, by Ian Finley
2 votes
"Babel reflects the best of what Infocom made!" [+]... "Exploration and the epiphanies of discovery reminiscent of Planetfall." [+]...

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Berrost's Challenge, by Mark Hatfield
1 vote
"With a little polish, could easily pass for an early-mid Infocom title." [+]...

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The Tiny House, by Dan Doyle III
1 vote
"Was written as an..." [+]...

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Recluse, by Stephen Gorrell
1 vote
"Challenging and delightful in classic Infocom style" [+]...

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Spacestation, by David Ledgard
1 vote
(No comment) [+]...

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