Abandonware DOS title


Trinity is an abandoned text-based adventure game designed by Brian Moriarty, developed by Infocom and released by Infocom in 1986. Trinity runs on DOS.
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Do you have trouble running this game on Windows? Read this guide.

DOS games can't run on Windows. You need a DOS emulator like DOSbox or D-Fend Reloaded. Follow these instructions to run DOS games on Windows 10 or later systems.

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The packaging for Trinity contained several feelies related to the plot of the game. These feelies included:

  • A map of the Trinity site
  • A cardboard sundial marked with odd symbols
  • The Illustrated Story of the Atom Bomb, an "educational" comic book laden with ironic statements regarding the feelings of patriotism, idealism, and jingoism surrounding the production of atomic weaponry
  • Instructions on how to fold an origami crane (orizuru) using the Yoshizawa–Randlett system (a reference to Sadako Sasaki), and a small square of origami paper with which to do it.

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Status: abandonware

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