Trinity is truly an epic story, starkly serious and mature throughout and, it must be said, beautiful and moving in places.
You play an American tourist in London when World War 3 erupts. Through a series of events you find yourself stepping through a magical portal into a world where the real and unreal combined. You will be transported through time and space to such locations as the New Mexico desert (the plot as a whole is about nuclear weapons).
The game wont appeal to everyone, some wont understand the story and its more metaphorical parts, some will be daunted by the difficulty of the puzzles in the game, but for everyone else Trinity will be a very rewarding experience.
An adult game in the sense that it has a more mature and complicated plot than most games, but one that is worth investing your time in if you are up to it.
- MobyGames: Trinity
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- Wikipedia: Trinity
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- The Infocom Home Page
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- The Infocom Documentation Project
PDF scans of the manuals of many Infocom games (my favourites have to be the Zork games and the manual for Beauracracy).
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