"Bulbasaur's Online Pokemon RPG Randomizer" by Jason Stein/Nick Stein (1999)
An incredible find. Somebody used ZZT to pick random Pokemon for a late 90s roleplay group site on Angelfire. What will you catch?
"The Castle and Kingdom of Zandia (1997 re-release)" by Jeremy LaMar (1997)
A 1997 bundle of the two Zandia games by Jeremy LaMar/SnigWich of "Ned the Knight" fame. Identical in all ways other than copyright year. Some pretty pleasant looking boards for some pre-STK worlds!
"The Violence STK Set" by Trigger Trap (1997)
Whoops. We've got us a toolkit that wasn't uploaded in time for STK day. Demonstrating the challenge of dealing with the stat limit as the contents of the nearly empty second board can't actually go on the first.
"Wargames" by Tamon (1995)
No, not the film.
"Kill the ruffian king of the fallen empire of Zanthalas, he took my FAVORITE rock and threw it in a pond."
"The Z-Mag Issue #1" by Vidwiz127
More than a year and a half after finding Issue #2, here's the first issue of yet another ZZT magazine. Notable for including a board from "Superkid", which remains unpreserved.
"Battle Corse" (1994)
An action game framed around "tests", survive an onslaught of enemies, hit targets, survive a deadly forest, etc. etc.
"Starfleet Battles: Top Secret New Ships" (1999)
Perhaps another ZZT world intended for non-ZZT purposes? A collection of sci-fi spaceship designs with details on what's contained within based on the color and terrain used. Flip through this one in the file viewer!
"ZZPatch" by kristomu (1997)
Lastly a BASIC program to edit ZZT and randomize the "SECRET" flag used to lock worlds. By randomizing it, it prevents others from just setting a second flag to keep their files locked.
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