The player is "AFGNCAAP", a salesperson for the Frobozz Electric Company sent to the underground kingdom of Zork that's currently under the tyrannical rule of Grand Inquisitor, Mir Yannick, who has banned all magic.

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Mir Yannick, the Grand Inquisitor
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Antharia Jack
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Chief Undersecretary Wartle
Amy D. Jacobson ...
Lucy Flathead
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Inquisition Guard
Earl Schuman ...
Old Inquisition Guard / Bartender
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Y'Gael, Lost Enchantress of the Empire
Donald Gibb ...
Floyd the Bouncer (as Don Gibb)
Douglas Carrigan ...
Totemization Inspector
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Dalboz of Gurth, the Dungeon Master (voice)
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Voice of the Inquisition / Bickering Torch (voice)
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Griff (voice)
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Brog / Sea Captain (voice)
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Marvin the Mythical Goatfish (voice)
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Hades Beast / House Alarm (voice)
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The player is "AFGNCAAP", a salesperson for the Frobozz Electric Company sent to the underground kingdom of Zork that's currently under the tyrannical rule of Grand Inquisitor, Mir Yannick, who has banned all magic.

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This game was originally going to be a feature film, but studios wouldn't accept the project. So it was made into a video game instead. See more »

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Man on PA: In a hypothetical universe of purely good things and bad things, totemization would be near the bottom of the list of desirable things.
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Follows Zork Zero (1988) See more »

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Computer games's answer to Scream/Airplane!
19 November 1999 | by See all my reviews

This game is a hoamge to/spoof/sequel of the previous famous Zork games.Beautiful graphics and both Dirk Benedict (As a wannnabe Indiana Jones) and Rip Taylor giving the performances of their lifetimes (well I suppose Taylor's amazing performance in The Gong Show movie may just come close) and some of the funniest jokes ever to come from a game make this one of the most underrated games of all time (I exagirate not! Play it for yourself)


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