Twisty Little Passages [Review]

It’s been almost thirty years since young Laura and Sandy Crowther sat down at a Teletype and took their first steps into the mysterious subterranean world their father, Will, created for them. Now, if Nick Montfort’s Twisty Little Passages: An Approach to Interactive Fiction is any indication, Crowther and Woods’s pioneering computer game Adventure and its descendants are finally beginning to garner the critical recognition they deserve. At only 286…