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This site tries to list all adventure games (interactive fiction) produced over the years. When I say "adventure", I mean text adventures and their graphical decendants, but I don't include RPGs. For a more detailed description of what's included here and not, see the FAQ.

Adventureland is located at http://adventure.if-legends.org/. Besides there is a mirror maintained by Hans Persson.
if-legends.org is a non-commercial project devoted to adventure games.

Dear Adventurers,
Adventureland hasn't seen updates for quite a long time. With the new Classic Adventure Solutions Archive providing an extensive database on adventure games - also incorporating most of the information on this site - I decided to stand down with this site and instead recommend visiting the Solution Archive as the worthy successor to Adventureland. As one of the first, comprehensive information resources on Adventure Games, Adventureland will stay online for archiving purposes, but most likely not see new updates.

Thanks for visiting Adventureland and enjoy your stay at the Solution Archive.

If you have comments on the layout or find bugs in it, please let me know about it.

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This search engine is not yet very smart, so please treat it kindly. ;-) If you feed it more than one word, it will look for them in that order. Case is not important, but punctuation is. Actually, you can feed it a regular expression and if it's legal in Perl, it will work (if you didn't understand the last sentence, it doesn't matter).

Before I end, I just want to mention The Interactive Fiction Archive. For those of you who don't already know, this is an archive for anonymous ftp that is a goldmine for anyone interested in interactive fiction. It contains loads of playable games, a lot of articles and information about interactive fiction and quite a few different systems for creating your own games. It is now maintained by David Kinder and Stephen Granade who are doing a great job.

Thanks to Maike Liedtke for the Adventureland logo.

Adventureland was created by Hans Persson and is now maintained by Stefan Meier.

If you find any errors or have information that is missing, please let me know