Way back in March 2011, Juiced.GS's cover story about Leadlight and interactive fiction featured a photograph by Brian Wiser. Taken at the Computer History Museum on January 26, 2011, the photo showcased the museum's prominent display of classic text adventures, demonstrating the genre's lasting appeal and importance in the history of computing.
While you can buy that article and many more in our PDF of text adventure stories, we decided that wasn't enough. We recently got back in touch with Wiser, and he generously shared additional photos of Infocom's display from that trip. The following images are copyrighted by Wiser and are presented here with his permission.
These are just ten of the 346 photos Wiser took at the museum that day! Have you been to the Computer History Museum? What was your experience? Share your story in the comments below!· Tags: Adventure, Brian Wiser, Colossal Cave, Computer History Museum, IF, Infocom, interactive fiction, text adventures, Zork