EDIT 2: All sorted, the game is available with the consent of the author! Find it here
OK, so there may be some privacy concerns here. The game seems to have been an in-office thing never intended for publication. While I still think it would be interesting and valuable to share it, it may not have been cool to do so without the author’s permission. (I don’t blame Adam.) I think some outreach has been made to see if that can happen? Meanwhile, the links below no longer work.
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Adam Sommerfield has unearthed an unreleased and apparently forgotten Infocom game, “Hypochondriac”. (After the first puzzle, the title changes to “Outcast” - it’s unclear what name it might have been marketed under.)
The sources, and a z3 binary compiled with ZILF, are here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/mobile/folders/1lhJnZU68s9Cgj6STIiChPUMcT1u6SuVm
Adam has made a video about how he found it, here: https://youtu.be/WwIbRICyVJQ
I’ve played a little, and while there are some bits of clunky implementation - presumably it never went through QA - the gently wacky voice, depth of implementation, and arbitrary cruelty of Infocom are unmistakable.
“Three of these doors lead to certain doom. The other door slightens the probability of certain doom by a slim percentile. Proceed at your own risk.”