Started using #QTADS again recently. Great work by +Nikos Chantziaras. If you like interactive fiction, this is a great TADS interpreter, and the only multimedia TADS (a.k.a. HTML TADS) interpreter available for Linux (it's cross-platform, so you can use it on other systems too). If you try it out and like it, consider donating something to the guy on his site as he puts a lot of work into it. (

I've started playing 1893: A World's Fair Mystery again. Huge interactive fiction game, and makes you feel like you're really at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago at the end of the 19th century.
+Peter Nepstad put a huge amount of effort into this amazing game and it's clearly a work of passion. Check it out: There's also a demo available here:
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