There's a little bit of everything today! We've got more Star Wars games (surprising nobody). We've got dumps of physically released ZZT worlds. We've got special editions of mid-90s ZZT worlds for a community Special Edition jam. What more could you ask for?
“Software Visions ZZT Pack (Registered, April 1996) - Disk Image and Contents” by Alexis Janson, Matt Williams (1996)
Evidence that somebody once paid for a non-Epic published ZZT game. The files contained have been around for a bit now, but now you can see the lovely installer with it's very (unsurprisingly) MegaZeux looking interface.
“ZZT Collection” by Adam Rixey, Al Payne, Alan R. Zeman, Allen Pilgrim, Beth Daggert, David Bishop, Scott Hudson, Tim Sweeney, Various
"ZZT, Super ZZT, Revenge of ZZT, & Best of ZZT."
A proper disk dump of a registered ZZT disk containing all the official Epic published worlds. Most notable for including the REGISTER.DOC file required to make Super ZZT believe it isn't the shareware release.
“ZZT Collection - Disk Image and Contents” by Adam Rixey, Al Payne, Alan R. Zeman, Allen Pilgrim, Beth Daggert, David Bishop, Scott Hudson, Tim Sweeney, Various
The actual contents of said disk image.
“Imperial Enslavement” by DarkhawkK (1995)
After being forced into joining the empire's army, you must perform the dirty work destroying rebel bases and such. A surprising number of plot twists in the last few boards!
“Star Wars: The Empire Gets Even” by Rayden9999 (1996)
As a new storm trooper, your job is to stop various rebels like Han Solo and Dash Rendar from completing their missions. You will also have to buy groceries for the death star crew.
“Star Wars: The Empire Gets Even Again” by Rayden9999 (1997)
Picking up where the previous game left off, you are discovered to be a new Jedi and it's up to you to choose whether to fight for the light side or the dark side of the force. Hint: Your weapon is a "dark saber" and making the wrong choice equals death!
“Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith” by StrWarsNut
Sneak onto the Death Star and find a way to destroy it while also visiting its many popular dining spots, offices, and rooms kept at a pleasant 1000°F/ 537°C.
“This Is Art” by Anonymous (2022)
An anonymous response to the previously published "Recovery". Scathing.
“Aceland: Special Edition Demo” by Prakash Padole, Snorb (2022)
Submitted for the community's Special Edition jam. Snorb recolors, bug fixes, and pays homage to one of ZZT's most fondly remembered titles of the mid-90s. Alas, time constraints prevented it from being finished for the deadline result in a not yet complete project.
“Forests of ZZT Demo” by Agent Orange, Unknown (2022)
Another jam entry (and demo)! This time it's for a more obscure game not to be confused with "Forest of ZZT", an Interactive Fantasies release. Agent Orange was enamored by the unknown author's original potential that the more inexperienced author couldn't quite pull off and has opted to do the job themselves!