"The Maze of Wandering - Level 4
This level is probably one of the most fiendish to map in computer gaming history. The place is jam-packed with one-way passages, cages, and rotating rooms.

Gods, don't remind me! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif" alt="" /> I played through all those Wizardry games when they first came out, and finally convinced PC Magazine to permit a review of one--the fourth, or maybe the fifth. They seemed to think games were something only children played in those days, and they seem to have retreated to that position, again, judging by the current crop of reviewers. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />

Faralas, check out Might and Magic II (if you haven't already), and probably their best effort, M&M III. If the Ultima series' original tile graphics don't annoy you, look at Magic Candle III, which is VGA. Personally, MC I seems to me a better and certainly harder title, but it's EGA, only. That matters to some folks.

Incidentaly, Spiderweb Software is still making good retro CRPGs with improved tile-based graphics. Definitely worth checking out.

So what was your favorite Infocom game? I think the best I've ever played were A Mind Forever Voyaging and Suspended, though I had great fun with one of their last releases, Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It. Of course, the original Zork remains incomparable in its own way. I spent many delightful hours pouring over that (speaking of Nord and Bert) when it first came out.