- berlynco_adv.txt [11-Jul-2002]
- A transcript of an interview on Compuserve, at the GameSIG
online conference on July 18, 1984 with Michael Berlyn,
author of "Cyborg", "Oo-Topos", "Suspended" and "Infidel".
- fact-sheet.txt [23-Jun-2007]
- Infocom games, authors, history, statistics, interpreters,
and tools, by Paul David Doherty. (v4.95, 22 June 2007)
- Frobozzi.z5 [29-Jan-1999]
- The Encyclopedia Frobozzica (Abridged Edition), edited by
Nino Ruffini and ported to the Inform format by Digby McWiggle
[file is linked to games/zcode/Frobozzi.z5]
(source code is in games/source/inform/Frobozzi.inf)
- frobozzica.pdf [29-Oct-1997]
- The entire Encyclopaedia Frobozzica, converted to PDF
format by John Holder
- frobozzica.txt [29-Jun-1995]
- Encyclopaedia Frobozzica, revised final abridged edition,
edited by Nino Ruffini
- gameinfo.txt [14-Jan-1993]
- Infocom game information table by Paul D. Smith (13jan93)
- infobugs.txt [28-Nov-2000]
- The Infocom Bugs List version 4 (26nov2000), by Graeme Cree.
An attempt to show all known bugs in Infocom's 35 text games.
- infocom-paper.pdf [18-Dec-2000]
- Down From the Top of Its Game: The Story of Infocom, Inc.
by Hector Briceno, Wesley Chao, Andrew Glenn, Stanley Hu,
Ashwin Krishnamurthy, and Bruce Tsuchida
- infocom-presentation.pdf [18-Dec-2000]
- Presentation of the above paper, MIT, 13dec2000
- MDL_Programming_Environment.pdf [13-Jul-2007]
- The MDL Programming Environment (1980),
by David Lebling.
- MDL_Programming_Language.pdf [13-Jul-2007]
- The MDL Programming Language (1979),
by Stu Galley and Greg Pfister.
- MDL_Programming_Primer.pdf [13-Jul-2007]
- The MDL Programming Language Primer (1980),
by Michael Dornbrook and Marc Blank.
- moriarty-online.txt [27-Apr-1995]
- Transcript of an on-line conference with
Brian Moriarty, place and date unknown
- sound_format.txt [16-Aug-1996]
- Infocom Sound File Formats, by Stefan Jokisch
last updated 06feb96
- tandy_bits.html [17-Sep-2000]
- HTML document detailing what the Tandy Bit does in Infocom
games. The information was posted by Jake Wildstrom, and
converted to HTML by Gunther Schmidl.