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Author Topic: Results of IFComp 2008, Competition for short text adventures -- free for all  (Read 2960 times)

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You can now easily download and play all of the entrants of this contest for original interactive fiction (text adventure) games.

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For the last fourteen years, the readers of the Usenet newsgroup rec.arts.int-fiction have held a yearly interactive fiction competition. For fans of the old Infocom games as well as for newcomers to the genre, the competition is a chance to enjoy some of the best short adventure games available anywhere.


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For any of you who have never tried any of these games, I highly recommend you try a few.  They are challenging, entertaining, and very satisfying when completed.  IMHO, IF is an art form.  I've always been attracted to it; in fact, I plan on doing an entire tutorial series on the creation of a simple IF authoring/playing tool in C# (probably one or two tutorial series in the future.