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Thursday, June 29, 2006
Trilby's Notes is the latest effort by Ben Croshaw, featuring his best work to date in terms of graphics and writing. There are considerably more locations to explore this time around, but a strange addition is the use of a text parser for interaction commands.

All actions must be typed into an input box, and some guesswork is required to figure out the exact sentence that the game accepts in certain situations.

Name: Trilby's Notes
Developer: Yahtzee
Category: Adventure
Type: Freeware
Size: 2MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/27/2006 03:13:00 AM:  
Again a masterpiece by Ben Croshaw, i liked all his games so far.

5 days a stranger, 7 days a skeptic and also the galaxy of fantabulous wonderment (which reminded me of space quest 5) kept me playing for a long time.

This guy is a genius.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/27/2006 07:14:00 AM:  
I've gotten bored of all his games pretty quick. I think they are incredibly over-rated.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/28/2006 01:33:00 AM:  
Not much of a fan either, but this is refreshingly old-fashioned.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/28/2006 01:57:00 AM:  
in my opinion, "point and click" was the greatest invention of adventure gaming. i don't like typing. i realized that while standing in the dark and wondered how this thing at the window is called... err USE ... err.. THING (*dammit*) I tried german words, but they don't work :D I quit, when the game told me to type ASK SOMEONE ABOUT SOMETHING MANOR. uh no. too much text! I think i go and read a book ;)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/28/2006 09:40:00 AM:  
Do that.. Then you'll appreciate the full power of text...

(and appropriatle succumb to the Dark Side etc)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 7/01/2006 07:12:00 AM:  
I have to give this one a try.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 7/10/2006 05:48:00 AM:  
This is definately creepier than any game I've played by this guy. I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 9/16/2006 07:19:00 PM:  
In spite of its relatively simplistic (although still neat and professional looking - comparable to the early sierra adventure games) graphics, this game manages two things the majority of Hollywood horror franchises fail to achieve: a truly frightening atmosphere and enthralling story lacking plot holes. For this alone it deserves to be applauded. The fact it is also an entertaining adventure game makes Trilby's notes a magnificent achievement on the part of the author.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/24/2006 04:56:00 PM:  
what the heck do i do at the beggining?
Anonymous Anonymous said at 5/24/2007 09:45:00 AM:  
I kan't speak og right english så good! This is hopeless game for me! How kan i find some god hints with the text?