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Wishbringer by Infocom

Contributed by Nick Saglimbeni on Jul 24th, 2015. Artwork published in
March 1985
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Source: @1985 Infocom. License: All Rights Reserved.

Wishbringer: The Magick Stone of Dreams, the interactive-fiction classic by 1980s gamemaker, Infocom. The Wishbringer title font and supporting cover text uses the bold weight of Weiss, while the inside booklet uses the regular one for standard non-title text items. The Infocom logo uses Zorque, designed by Ray Larabie, although it appears this font was actually created based on the company’s logo, given that Larabie would have only been 7 when Infocom’s first game, Zork, was released in 1977.

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Photo: Nick Saglimbeni. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Nick Saglimbeni.
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Photo: Nick Saglimbeni. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Nick Saglimbeni.


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5 Comments on “Wishbringer by Infocom”

  1. Thanks, Nick! I removed the Zorque tag since it is a font created after the logo, so definitely not used by Infocom. Thanks for adding it your description, though — we’ll keep the link in there for those interested in similar typeface.

  2. Hi Stephen,

    No problem, happy to post my first submission. Question: is there a reason the Wishbringer cover image doesn’t show as the profile pic? (Is it a rights thing?) Because I could take a picture of the cover on my end, I think it would be more recognizeable to someone searching 1980s, similar to your AD&D post which instantly made me a fan of Fonts In Use. What a great resource this site is!

  3. Hi Nick, no, that was an arbitrary choice I made when moderating your submission. You are right, it makes more sense to use the cover — I’ve changed it. For the future: You can choose the thumbnail yourself. In Edit mode, click on the image in question and select “Edit Thumbnail”.

  4. There are some subtle (and not-so-subtle!) differences between the Zorque font, and Infocom’s logo.

    As well as the shorter arms on the 'F’, there are various curve radius differences:
    Screenshot showing differences between Zorque font and Infocom's actual logo.

  5. Gary Graham says:
    Mar 3rd, 2023 7:13 pm

    I made my own Infocom font based on a high resolution scan of their printed material.

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