Monthly Archives: October 2014

IF Comp 2014: The Contortionist

The Contortionist, by Nicholas Stillman, is a Twine-based parser/choice hybrid thing. The game offers a consistent set of verb-links; these either carry out an action immediately, or lead to small sets of context-dependent nouns. Advertisements

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IF Comp 2014: Tower

Tower (Simon Deimel) is a parser game made in I7.

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IF Comp 2014: Arqon: A Criminal’s Journey

Arqon: A Criminal’s Journey (H.J. Hoke) is a fantasy CRPG-like, parser-based and made in Inform 7.

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IF Comp 2014: Milk Party Palace

Milk Party Palace is a choicey game made in Unity. It is about Alec Baldwin, who really needs some milk for his milk party, and you are the guy to get it. (Which one is Alec? Pretty sure it’s not … Continue reading

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IF Comp 2014: One Night Stand

One Night Stand, by Giannis G. Georgiou, is a parser-based comedy about a young woman who wakes up in an unfamiliar man’s bed and decides, for Reasons, that she won’t leave until she remembers the guy’s name. This appears to be … Continue reading

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IF Comp 2014: Unform

Unform (Elize Morgan) is a surreal Kafkaesque dystopian-prison piece, a choice-based work in Twine.

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IF Comp 2014: Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony (Naomi Hinchen) is a parser-based science fiction game. As a junior and not-particularly-capable diplomat, you’ve been tasked with making nice with an alien who has some minor pull in a trade deal, but she’s of a species and caste which … Continue reading

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