Hosting service and search engine specialising in interactive fiction.
Contains authoring tools, games, program manuals, and frequently asked questions.
Outdated collection of links maintained by Scott Neal Reilly
The project tries to preserve classic adventure games, for all computer systems from the early home computers like the TRS-80 Model I to the 16-bit ones.
Adventure game spoilers, walkthroughs, tips, hints, solutions, pictures and reviews.
The free interactive fiction competition judged by readers of rec.arts.int-fiction.
News, articles, and interviews about adventure games, edited by Steven Granade.
While graphic adventure games tend to look very dated very quickly, text adventures still seem fresh a decade after they were written. By Stephen Granade.
Offering free, downloadable adventure games.
Make an interactive fiction game using any development system to create a toaster. The toaster should have a lever on it and a slide or dial to set the darkness to.