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IF art shows and artistic endeavors
Articles about IF
Books about IF
Collections of IF material
Legacy tools for unzipping, unarchiving, and decoding compressed binaries
Programs for emulating old computer systems
Many thousands of IF games!
Miscellaneous information, including database dumps and backups of various IF services
Material relating to Infocom, a commercial publisher of IF, active 1979-1989; and also tools relating to creation of new works using Infocom's story format (Z-machine) and its descendants
IF interpreters that can play games written with multiple authoring systems
Material relating to Level 9, a British text-adventure game company, active 1981-1991
Published periodicals about IF
Material relating to Magnetic Scrolls, a British game developer, active 1984-1990
Tools for drawing/generating maps of IF rooms
Material relating to Phoenix games, developed at the University of Cambridge (UK) 1978-1985, and the offshoot commercial publisher Topologika
Tools for creating IF, and interpreters for playing it
Posts from the Usenet newsgroup rec.arts.int-fiction
Posts from the Usenet newsgroup rec.games.int-fiction
Material relating to Scott and Alexis Adams' company Adventure International, active 1978-1985
Software to interact with your own computer as if it were a text adventure
Solutions, walkthroughs, hints, and maps for various works of IF
Material for getting started playing IF
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Software for interacting with IF files