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Infocom Games for Sale / Trade

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The format for item descriptions is: game title, platform, then sometimes a brief summary of the item's condition or some historical information about the game itself, and finally the summarized MobyScale package-grade notations in [ ] brackets. If an item is not described in further detail, it is safe to assume that package wear, if any, stems from normal use. Assume that all items are complete unless the description or MobyScale states otherwise. Assume all Infocom games are in grey box packages unless stated otherwise.

If you need something in PC format, please ask. I will include a copy with your purchase, provided I have a PC version myself from which to make copies.

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(R) indicates an item currently reserved for another buyer, pending payment. Such items can't be bought directly with a cash offer, but can still have a trade offer placed.

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Beyond Zork, IBM PC. Box crushed at the top, with a couple of small shears. Almost rates an "ED". Manual is worn, map is damaged from having been folded the wrong way. [G/G]
Beyond Zork. Flattened box. Full set of game materials, but no disk. Also missing a couple of cards. [ED(C,IM,MMC)]
Beyond Zork. No system label or disk, but all game materials. Top box edge is a bit creased. [G/F]
Beyond Zork, IBM PC. Complete. Box is slightly creased/crushed along the top edge and has corner wear. Inner sleeve has a slight crease. Missing game catalog. [G/VG(MMC)]
Border Zone, IBM PC. Box is in really bad shape, crushed on all sides and the spine is faded from sunlight exposure. Missing a catalog but has everything else, including the matchbook. The booklets show signs of use but are in acceptable condition except for the map which is badly crinkled and creased. [ED/G(MMC)]
Bureaucracy, Atari ST. Small dent on the left side on the back. Missing the pencil, has everything else. [VG/VG(IM)]
Bureaucracy, IBM PC. Box with manual, Popular Paranoia flyer and cards/catalogs only. Missing disk, Happitec letter, credit card application and plastic lid. Box has edge wear. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Bureaucracy. Box has a crack in back, about 1.75" long. No disk or system label. Pencil is broken. Also missing reference card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Comedy Collection, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). Box has some nicks and dents, no single one too serious, but they add up. Missing cards/catalogs. [G/VG(MMC)]
Cornerstone, IBM PC. Partial Cornerstone demo packet. No outer envelope. Includes sales brochure, opened demo disk pouch (detached from brochure), and Barry Jacobson letter with some pen writing on it. (Please refer to the Cornerstone Database Database for more information on the individual pieces.) [IM/VG]
Cutthroats, IBM PC. Complete. Box has minor edge and corner wear and a couple of light spine creases. Disk label has discolored spots from the glue seeping through. [VG/F]
Deadline, Commodore 64/128. Commodore small folder packaging, flattened. Has disk and manual, missing any other cards/catalogs. [G/F(MMC)]
Fooblitzky, IBM PC. Top box piece has some cracks and a dented on the left side. No disk, reference card or catalog. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Gamma Force: Pit of a Thousand Screams, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Front cover has a minor crack, about 3/4" long. [VG(S)]
Gamma Force: Pit of a Thousand Screams, IBM PC. Folder with demo-label disk only. (No instructions or cards/catalogs.) [VG/VG(IM)]
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, IBM PC. Box wear, with a sticker that looks like it'd shear if pulled off. Missing "Don't Panic!" pin, house orders for destruction, New Zork Times subscription card, catalog. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, IBM PC. Grey box with attached manual and both orders for destruction, nothing else. PC system sticker but no disk. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Hollywood Hijinx, Apple II. Missing cards/catalog. The front box cover is a bit sun-faded. [G/VG(MMC)]
Hollywood Hijinx, IBM PC. Complete. Box has a very minor crack about 2" long on the back. [F/F]
Infidel, IBM PC. Grey box, pretty badly dented and partly crushed. Almost rates "ED". Has the disk, excavation site map and reference card only. Missing the letters, cube rubbing and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, Apple II. Folder with disk only, no instructions or ads. [F/F(IM,MMC)]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, IBM PC. Folder has a small crack on the front and a tiny sheared spot on back. Missing cards/catalog. [G/VG(MMC)]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, IBM PC. Folder with demo-label disk only. (No instructions or cards/catalogs.) [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, Apple II. Folder with disk only. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Missing NZT and InvisiClues flyers, otherwise complete. Box has a crease along the back. Disk has a demo label, and comes in a dark blue sleeve, similar to Cornerstone. Catalog is the rarer "Infocom Transports You to Six New Worlds in 1986" version. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, Macintosh. Empty box with Mac system sticker. Includes the manual but nothing else. Crease along the spine and a crack down the back. [G(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Solid Gold release, missing catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Solid Gold release, complete. [VG/VG]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom, IBM PC. Includes manual, maps, cards/catalogs and... someone reprinted the MoonMist materials. (I'll leave those in if you want them, but have marked them as not originals.) Missing the hint book. A couple of disk labels are coming loose. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom, IBM PC. Sealed, still has original retail price stickers on the wrap! Wrap has a small tear about 1" long along the bottom edge, and the back corners are all slightly worn. Still a very nice collector's piece. Floppy version, includes both 3.5" and 5.25" disks. [VG(S,T)]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom II, IBM PC. Floppy version, includes both 3.5" and 5.25" disks. Complete with the Trinity site map, Sherlock newspaper and London map, the booklet that reprints all the materials from the other games, technical reference card and all of the catalogs/flyers that originally came with it. Back corners are noticeably worn and there are a few minor dings and dents on the bottom of the rear box piece, nothing too serious. Disk labels are faded due to the adhesive seeping through from age. [VG/F]
Lurking Horror. Crushed box (both inner and outer piece), empty. No system sticker. [G(C,IM,MMC)]
Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It. Box with manual and Kevin Pope cartoon booklet only. Both of them have minor cover creases. No disk or cards/catalogs. Outer slipcover creased on the left side. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Planetfall, IBM PC. Box has minor creases on 3 edges and some cracks on the back. Nebulon postcard is slightly yellowed on the back. [G/F]
Return to Zork, Macintosh. CD-ROM version, in original half-slipcover two-piece box. Sweepstakes envelope flap has been torn off. No Activision catalog or hint-line card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. Loose CDs and manual. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. One-piece box, couple of minor scratches on one side. Missing ads. [G/F(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD in jewel case [IM/VG]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD-ROM version in one-piece box. Minor crease about 2" long on bottom box edge. Sweepstakes envelope is pretty ragged. [VG/VG]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD-ROM version in one-piece box. Has the disc in original jewel case, Encyclopedia Frobozzica, sweepstakes envelope, installation guide, catalog, registration card, comment card, and Multimedia World magazine offer. Sweepstakes envelope is opened, but not torn. Does not include the Program booklet or one of the catalogs that's in the other copy of RTZ. (I'll move the Program and any cards/catalogs around if you're more interested in the other package. Just ask when you place your order.) [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. Original large box release with half-slipcover. Contains 3.5" disks and Encyclopedia Frobozzica. Missing the sweepstakes letter and any cards/catalogs. Likely a European release: The Encyclopedia includes gameplay instructions in English, French and German, but the actual entries about the world of Zork are in English only. There is also a note in French regarding the in-game video. The outer box and slipcover have some creases and wear, as does the Encyclopedia cover. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. 3.5" disk has a discolored patch on the label. Missing cards/catalogs but otherwise complete, including the key fob. [VG/F(MMC)]
Starcross, IBM PC. Complete. Box has some Scotch tape on the top and bottom, and some light edge and corner wear. [G/F]
Starcross, IBM PC. Box with disk, manual and letter only, no cards/catalogs. Slightly sheared area where a label was removed. Disk sleeve is not the Infocom original. [G/VG(MMC)]
Suspended, IBM PC. Complete. Box has a long spine crack and some scratches and bits of edge wear all over. Game pieces have been punched out but are all included as is the original backing. System label has come off the box but is included. Prop tray lid is yellowed. [G/VG]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Box has a couple of tears around the prop depression, and a cut corner in back. Has one of those white Radio Shack system labels on the front. Missing plastic tray lid, stone and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer. Empty box, no system sticker. Manual was loose but taped back in (badly). Has wear, writing... seriously, this thing's in bad shape. [ED/ED(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Missing stone (and the box mentions it). Envelope has been opened, but cleanly. Tiny bit of writing on the town map. Disk label discolored. No cards/catalog. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Box with manual, plastic lid, disk (sleeve is not the original) and mysterious envelope only. No system sticker on box. Bit of writing on the disk label. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. The rare version that does not mention the stone! Has some edge wear and quite a few cracks. Manual is loose but has the white tab intact. Prop tray lid is slightly yellowed. Missing reference card, catalog, and half of the New Zork Times registration card. [G/VG(MMC)]
Wishbringer, Amiga. Box with manual and mysterious envelope only. Box has some Scotch tape on it that could probably be safely removed, and a big ugly "10% off" sticker that more than likely cannot. [VG/G(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Solid Gold release, has about a 1.5" tear in the folder's inner pouch. [G/VG]
The Witness, IBM PC. Grey box, has a pretty serious dent in the back. All materials included, including the matchbook. A couple of the paper materials have small creases at the corners. [G/VG] (R)
Zork Anthology, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). Damaged box, missing CD-ROM and Beyond Zork map. [ED/VG(IM)]
Zork Anthology, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). The box's top right corner is dented, and the top flap is creased. Has a couple other minor cracks as well. Complete with the CD in original jewel case, thick manual, set of 5 reprinted InvisiClues maps (the envelope containing them is slightly torn), installation guide and unused registration card. [VG/VG]
Zork Grand Inquisitor, IBM PC. Box is badly crushed because the sturdier inner cardboard was removed. Has 2 discs (CD-ROMs), manual and registration card. Missing the history of Zork timeline poster and any catalogs or additional cards. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Black plastic case with slipcover. Missing catalog, otherwise complete. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Black plastic case with slipcover, includes disk, manual, map, and reference card. [VG/VG]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, IBM PC. Solid Gold release. Folder has numerous creases and cracks. Disk label has some discoloration around the edges. [G/VG]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, IBM PC. Solid Gold folder with disk only. Disk pocket is torn and all corners visibly dented and worn. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz, IBM PC. Grey box, has a crack about halfway along the spine and another a few inches long on back. Slight tear at the bottom of the book flap. The tourist brochures have visible thumb marks. [G/VG]
Zork Nemesis, IBM PC. Original retail box with game discs, manual and archives booklet. Missing inner cardboard and any cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork Zero, IBM PC. No catalog or registration card. Has everything else, including both disk sizes. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Zork Zero, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. Box has wear on the corners, and a minor crack and scratch on the back. The props relating to the actual game are in great shape. There is pen writing on the installation card, registration card and Questbusters subscription card. Reference card and Questbusters card have some odd discoloration. 5.25" disk sleeves are not the originals, and are taped together. Missing game catalog. [VG/VG(MMC)]


Infocom Games, Books and Magazines

  • Ballyhoo InvisiClues map. [F]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape. [VG]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape. [G]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape. This copy is in slightly worse shape than the others I have listed. [G]
  • Crystal Phoenix (Berlyn, Michael). [VG]
  • Crystal Phoenix (Berlyn, Michael). [G]
  • Cutthroats InvisiClues booklet, cover has significant wear but only a couple of questions are developed and faded. [G]
  • Cutthroats InvisiClues map, slightly creased from normal use. [G]
  • Deadline InvisiClues booklet, developed and faded. [G]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. [G]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. Spine is a bit bent, but very little wear. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel, missing bookmark. [VG(IM)]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. Small used book store stamp along the top edge of the pages. [VG]
  • Eternal Enemy (Berlyn, Michael). [VG]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy InvisiClues booklet, all developed and faded (and here's a new one, the previous owner put little stickers of the different planets on the map pages). [ED]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy InvisiClues booklet, about 25% developed and faded, with answers re-written in pen. [G]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy InvisiClues booklet, completely undeveloped. [VG]
  • Hollywood Hijinx Hollywood Hijinx / Bureaucracy dual InvisiClues booklet. Only the sample question has been developed. [VG]
  • Infidel InvisiClues map, worn and creased from use. The compass indicator and some of the rooms have been colored in with orange crayon. [ED]
  • Integrated Man (Berlyn, Michael). [G]
  • InvisiClues Pen InvisiClues pen, dried out. [VG]
  • InvisiClues Pen InvisiClues pen. [VG]
  • Lost City of Zork (Bailey, Robin W.). [G]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VIII, #1. Last page has been completely cut off and is missing. [ED]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume V, #3. [G]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume V, #4. Puzzle on the back has writing in pencil. [G]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VI, #3. One of the staples is loose. Puzzle on the back has a bit of pen writing. [G]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VI, #4. [G]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VI, #1. [VG]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VII, #1. [VG]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VII, #2. [VG]
  • Non-Game Items The Status Line, Volume VII, #3. [VG]
  • Planetfall InvisiClues booklet, mostly developed, some faded. [G]
  • Planetfall (Cover, Arthur Byron). Novelization. [G]
  • Return to Zork Hint book (official). [VG]
  • Return to Zork Official hint book. There's a small tear and crease on the top edge of the front cover, otherwise fine. [VG]
  • Return to Zork Adventurer's Guide (Schwartz, Steve). [VG]
  • Shortcut through Adventureland II: Infocom (Lynn, Richard Owen, Paul Ashley and Michael W. Sloan). [G]
  • Sorcerer (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel. Bookmark is attached but included. Spine is discolored from sun exposure. [G]
  • Stationfall (Cover, Arthur Byron). Novelization. [G]
  • Wishbringer (Gardner, Craig Shaw). novelization. Spine crease, scuffed on back. [G]
  • Wishbringer InvisiClues booklet, about 75% developed, faded. [G]
  • Wishbringer (Gardner, Craig Shaw). novelization. [VG]
  • Witness InvisiClues booklet, cover has wear and creasing but the questions are completely undeveloped. [G]
  • Witness InvisiClues map. [VG]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). Signed by the late George Alec Effinger. Has a couple of discolored spots on the front cover. Spine is a bit sun-faded. [G]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). Light spine crease. [G]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). [VG]
  • Zork I (Yokokura, Hiroshi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached. Spine is discolored from sun exposure. [G]
  • Zork I (Yokokura, Hiroshi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, all developed and faded. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, mostly developed, some faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, completely developed and faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet. Worn, 100% developed, much of it faded. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed and faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, about 50% developed, some of the hints are still readable. [G]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, mostly faded. [G]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues booklet, cover has a prominent crease in the back corner. Only about 20% developed. [G]
  • Zork Nemesis: Unauthorized Secrets and Solutions (Barba, Rick). Has a very small (2-3 cm) tear on the back cover. Price sticker from "WaldenSoftware" (remember Waldenbooks?) on the back, could be removed safely if you want. The guide also includes a Return to Zork walkthrough. [VG]
  • Zork: Conquest at Quendor (Meretzky, S. Eric (Steve)). [G]
  • Zork: The Malifestro Quest (Meretzky, S. Eric (Steve)). Spanish language version (La Busqueda del Malifestro), pretty worn, especially on the front cover. [G]

  • Infocom Games, Loose Props

  • Ballyhoo loose manual ("Traveling Circus That Time Forgot") with white paper tab. [F]
  • BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception empty box (PC sticker), has a corner dent. [VG]
  • BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception manual, missing front cover, part of last page is torn off. [ED]
  • Deadline empty C64 small folder package, edge-worn. [G]
  • Fooblitzky Loose set of four game boards. [F]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy loose Peril-Sensitive Sunglasses. [VG]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Solid gold folder, empty. [VG(IM)]
  • Hollywood Hijinx Empty box. No manual, no contents. [G]
  • Infidel InvisiClues map, white version from LTOI or Activition Adventure Collection, folded. [G]
  • Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvenience from Planet X loose LGoP text adventure offer. [F]
  • The Lost Treasures of Infocom loose reference card. [VG]
  • Moonmist "Legendary Ghosts of Cornwall" browsie, with white tab intact. [F]
  • Moonmist "Legendary Ghosts of Cornwall" browsie, with white tab intact. [VG]
  • Return to Zork loose Encyclopedia Frobozzica. [VG]
  • Seastalker Infocard #5/6. [F]
  • Suspended loose manual from Commodore large folio / folder package. [G]
  • Wishbringer loose manual, missing back cover, one page has a bit of writing. [ED]
  • Zork Anthology loose PC installation guide. [G]
  • Zork Anthology loose manual. [G]
  • Zork Collection loose Sega Saturn spine card, partly torn at the perforations. [G]
  • Zork Grand Inquisitor loose manual. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Solid Gold folder, empty. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Solid Gold folder, empty. Has a bit of pen writing. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Japanese version, empty plastic box with slipcover. [VG]
  • Zork Legacy Collection loose manual. []
  • ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1) Empty folder. [VG(IM)]
  • ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1) empty folder. [VG]

  • Infocom Games, Loose Disks

  • Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvenience from Planet X, IBM PC, loose 5.25" disks, 10 disks, labels discolored, a couple a bit loose. Also has a printout of the copy-protection codes I can include if you want. [G]
  • Lurking Horror, Apple II, loose disk, label has some discoloration.. [G]
  • Sci-Fi Collection, IBM PC, CD-ROM in jewel case with rear cover art. [VG]
  • You stagger back in awe at the selection, your senses reeling.


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