I have to double-check, but I'm dang near done collecting Infocom titles going forward expect, potentially of the unopened variety. And those only seem to sprout up maybe once a year at best. And at least to me - the titles matter. I'm not the type to collect every single game ever made by a company - only the games I have played, or want to play some day. That's it.
Of course, that's still a fairly decent sized list.
And for me, getting the Amiga and Commodore 128 versions of the games - which sport full 80-column glory - is a huge draw.
As such, may I present my latest Infocom acquisition: Bureaucracy, by Douglas Adams, for the Commodore 128.
It is in Very Good condition, some might say pristine, and has all of its feelies accounted for. It is not as insanely perfect as the Amiga version I snagged last year still in the original shrink wrap, but it's about as good as an opened version can be. Plus, since it's open, I will actually play this one!
I look forward to diving into this game this year. Just reading through the included paperwork and magazines really makes me miss our old friend Mr. Adams. It's time to get reacquainted, I think.
And yes, it works. =)