I haven't made much progress in Moria, and even if I had there would probably be very little worth mentioning. Instead I'm going to post my schedule for games I'm going to play from the 1970s. The list isn't set in stone. It might be incomplete. There might be games I can't find, or can't get to run. But for anyone looking to play along, here it is.
Adventure (aka Colossal Cave Adventure)
DND (an RPG developed on the PDP-10 system; I doubt I'll be able to find it)
Beneath Apple Manor
Journey to the Center of the Earth Adventure
Voyage to Atlantis
Arcade Interlude: Space Invaders (I'm going to do some single-post diversions into classic arcade games from time to time.)
Adventure (the Atari 2600 game)
Akalabeth: World of Doom
Dog Star Adventure
Dungeon of Death
Dunjonquest: Morloc's Tower
Dunjonquest: The Datestones of Ryn
Dunjonquest: The Temple of Apshai
The Wizard's Castle
King Tut's Tomb Adventure
Pyramid of Doom
Sorcerer's Castle Adventure
Arcade Interlude: Galaxian
Arcade Interlude: Asteroids
Arcade Interlude: Lunar Lander
That's 35 games, which could take a while considering that I'm only on my fourth game after a year of the blog. But some of these will no doubt drop off the list, some will be one-post 'Arcade Interludes', and I expect that the pace will pick up once I move away from games developed on powerful mainframes and towards those made for home computers.
Next week I plan to start posting about Adventure, the original text adventure game. I'm not abandoning Moria; I intend to keep playing that in the background, and will post when I have more to say about it besides "it's empty and boring". But I don't want the blog to lie fallow while I play it, so it's time to move on. Adventure awaits!