In all the excitement of the day, I forgot to make a thread about Trinity’s series at Gold Machine. The first post is up now. Those who have followed Gold Machine closely know that I have other favorites, but I respect that many of you (and others elsewhere) consider it Infocom’s best game. So: I will be critical at times, but, ultimately, I recognize its place in history.
I did name it in my top 50 of all time nomination list, after all.
I’m not sure how long this will go. It will receive more attention than nearly every game I’ve covered, though probably not more than Spellbreaker or A Mind Forever Voyaging (that was a lot).