Monthly Archives: July 2014

Introcomp 2014: The Terrible Doubt of Appearances

The Terrible Doubt of Appearances, by Buster Hudson, is a Victorian-flavoured down-the-rabbit-hole children’s fantasy. Sort of. Henry, a rather sheltered adolescent, is drawn by a fairy into a rather bleak-seeming wonderland, for reasons. Advertisements

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Introcomp 2014: Tales of the Soul Thief

Introcomp is an interactive fiction comptetition run by Jacqueline Lott (to whom, full disclosure, I am married.) Authors produce the first part of a game; players vote for them based on how much they would like to keep playing. Two … Continue reading

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