Monthly Archives: November 2014

Seattle Interactive Fiction Group, Redux

Jacqueline Lott and I are planning to bring back the Seattle IF group. There are, we think, more than enough IF-interested people in the area to sustain somewhat-regular in-person meet-ups. There are a lot of directions that this could go … Continue reading

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IF Comp 2014: The Black Lily

The Black Lily (Hannes Schueller) is an Inform parser-based game. It goes into some pretty creepy places, the specific nature of which is thoroughly spoilerish, so warnings will appear directly under the cut. This means that I should probably create some buffer space. … Continue reading

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IF Comp 2014: Begscape

Begscape, by Porpentine, is a very small Twine piece about homelessness and panhandling.

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IF Comp 2014: Jesse Stavro’s Doorway

Jesse Stavro’s Doorway, by Marshal Tenner Winter, is an Inform 7 parser game about time-travel and the Grateful Dead.

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IF Comp 2014: Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes

Inward Narrow Crooked Lanes, by B Minus Seven, is a surreal Twine prose-poem deal.

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IF Comp 2014: Creatures Such As We

Creatures Such As We (Lynnea Glasser) is a Choicescript piece about game dev romance ON THE MOON.

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IF Comp 2014: Eidolon

Eidolon  (A.D. Jansen) is a choice-based Twine game with a strong feel of YA literature. What it’s about becomes revealed over the course of the early game; spoilers will begin below the cut.

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