This site has a great collection of links for graphic adventures
that are available for the Macintosh. Its exceptional strengths
are that it offers message boards and gentle hints rather than
Classic Adventures Solution Archives
Has maps and solutions for many older adventures, such as those
from Infocom and Magnetic Scrolls.
When I can't find a walkthrough for a commercial game on GameFAQs,
this is where I turn next.
This is, bar none, the most astoundingly complete source of
walkthroughs available. So big it often has more than one
walkthrough for any given game.
The archive has a great collection of solutions to various text
adventures old and new.
Reliable Invisiclues for Z-Machine
Steven Marsh and Digby McWiggle have created PRIZM: a version of
the Infocom Invisiclues packaged as z-machine files.
Sinjin's been writing walkthroughs for years now, and has numerous
ones for adventure games.
Universal Hint System
The UHS is a shareware hint system: you pay for the hint file
reader. However, if you create a UHS hint file for an adventure
game, you can get the reader for free. And UHS has taken to
making their hint files available on the web.