Fredrik Ramsberg

Stockholm, Sweden

Member since October 18, 2007
Last visited April 10, 2024
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Currently interested in translation work, porting, writing library extensions for Inform 6 (a language which few people seem to use these days), and of course maintaining and enhancing Swedish Inform.

Interactive Fiction by Fredrik Ramsberg

The Job, by Fredrik Ramsberg (2021)
(3 ratings)

You have a job to do, whether you like it or not. Just find that necklace. How hard can it be?

The Hobbit: The True Story, by Fredrik Ramsberg and Johan Berntsson (1993)
(3 ratings)

A short parody of Melbourne House's game "The Hobbit". Can be played from the DOS prompt. Can also be played online at

Vacation Gone Awry, by Johan Berntsson, Fredrik Ramsberg, and Staffan Friberg (1988)

Waking up at your holiday cabin in Germany, you discover that your entire family is missing. You must figure out what happened to them.

The Library of Horror, by Pablo Martinez and Fredrik Ramsberg (2020)
You just got a job at a library. You're happy for the job, but it's a scary place.

The Terror of Mecha Godzilla: The True Story, by Fredrik Ramsberg (1993)

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The most enjoyable Z-code games - 74 votes for 28 games; created June 16, 2022
I'd like to compile a list of some of the most enjoyable games available in Z-code format (blorbed or not). Please add games that you...

Reviews by Fredrik Ramsberg

9:05, by Adam Cadre   October 20, 2007
"This game is fun for IF veterans because it pokes fun at one of the most widely accepted conventions of interactive fiction. Had me..." - See the full review

It Could Only Happen To You, by Mike Sousa   October 20, 2007
"Of course, this is a small game. Of course, it's not polished - there are plenty of typos and grammatical errors. The setting is surreal,..." - See the full review