Zork: Grand Inquisitor It was to be the first in a set of three Zork games called the Magic Trilogy, but since the Adventure genre was pretty much starting to die at the time of the game's release, the game didn't sell very well, and the other two games were never made. However, I sadly admit that if they ever were to make the sequels now, they would very likely not have the same feel, and possibly not even the same actors (or just not as good of a job in the acting even if it is all the original actors). And once again the game wouldn't sell very well because the point-and-click Adventure genre is practically dead. Though I do admit that there is some hope, considering the new Sam and Max episodic games have been quite successful, and the upcoming Strong Bad episodes made on the same engine look quite promising. If those games can do good, then what if Activision notices, and decides to revive Zork? Sure, it's not exactly the same kind of Adventure game, since Zork took the Myst route in going first-person (and made fun of it), but I still think the game could work. Zork is one of the most influential series in gaming history. The Adventure genre wouldn't have even been what it was had it not been for the Zork series. Many cherished classics like Myst and others might not even exist without the inspiration of some of the first games to put you in the shoes of an Ageless Faceless Gender-Neutral Cultrally Ambiguous Adventure Person. so tl;dr, Activision needs to revive Zork, for great justice! For fun puzzles and humor! For standing in an open field west of a white house!