I never play as many games as I want to, and I never write as much as I want to about what I’ve played, but here goes.
This is a brilliant idea, not exactly interactive (unless it’s up to something that I’ve missed), but definitely not linear. It’s purportedly a fan wiki for the titular 1970s BBC sci-fi series, a Von Daniken-esque space-n’-sorcery show that comes across as a mixture of Blake’s 7, Flash Gordon and Babylon 5: Crusade. It’s fun to piece together the stories, both the plot of Excalibur and the life stories of the cast and producers. It always manages to stay just under the top. After reading a dozen or so articles, I’d swear I could vaguely remember watching an episode.
I don’t know why this is implemented in Twine when a locked wiki would do perfectly (or an unlocked one, for that matter - who wouldn’t want to share their own memories of Excalibur?) and would keep the navigation usable - I missed the ‘back’ button a lot when going off down tangential threads. It also doesn’t work for mobile clients, apparently for the sole purpose of having a fake type-in address bar at the beginning, which is a slap in the face for accessibility.
EDIT: I’m guessing from Mathbrush’s question that there is a reason!