Hi! Speaking of alternative interpreters, there are also WinFrotz and Winfocom for Windows.
At least the latter one can run on Windows 3.1 also, which in turn can run inside of DOSBox..
It's of course not as nostalgic as running the original Z-Machine interpreter, though. 🙁
On the bright side, however, it is from the 20th century, at least.
So it's only a "few" years apart from the original, so it's still a nostalgic experience in some way or another.
And the window seems to be resizable, too.
Alternatively, it's also possible to run the Mac or Amiga versions of the Infocom games inside of DOSBox.
At least the DOS ports of Fellow and vMac do run here in my copy of DOSBox on a Raspberry Pi 4 running Raspbian Buster.
Personally, I think that the AmigaDOS versions are nice also.
The white on blue theme of Kick 1.x do fit the atmosphere rather well, I think.
Edit: Typo fixed.
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