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Once again, as in Wishbringer, Moriarty blends the real world with the fantasy of his special imagination and the result is everything one could wish. For now you will have to excuse me while I try to figure you what to do with an icicle which keeps melting; and why does that large boy keep blowing bubbles at me?
The puzzles are all very logical, and the Gnomon puzzle in particular is cleverly implemented. You know what you want to do, but it's the mechanism for doing it that calls for some hard thinking.
Mit Trinity hat Infocom einmal mehr seinen Ruf als Adventure-Produzent Nummer 1 bewiesen. Ich kenne kaum ein besseres Adventure. Zum Glück habe ich zu Hause neben dem C64 noch einen ST stehen, sonst könnte ich Trinity nur an meinem Redaktions-PC spielen.