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Dublin, Ireland's Jolt Online Gaming announced Wednesday the return of the classic game series Zork, with the "casual" browser-based game, Legends of Zork.
Dylan Collins, CEO of Jolt Online gaming and a self-professed "complete Zork geek" said in a statement on Wednesday, â€œAnyone who plays MMOs will definitely like to spend some time with Legends of Zork while theyâ€™re taking a break or browsing around the web. Itâ€™s very addictive."
Described as a "persistent online adventure," gamers can now register for the Legends of Zork beta at www.legendsofzork.com. The game is published by Activision.
The first game in the series, Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, arrived in 1979 for computers. Most of the games in the series were text-based adventure games with vividly detailed scenarios. The original Zork trilogy was followed by numerous other Zork titles.
A press release described the premise of Legends of Zork:
I can't find anything on how it will actually play.