IFComp 2011 Entries Now Available

By: Derek Yu

On: October 4th, 2011

IFComp 2011

Judging has begun for this year’s Interactive Fiction Competition, with 38 entries available for play, either online or as downloadable files. You can also download every entry in a big package. Voting, which is open to anyone, lasts until November 15th.

Emily Short is writing short summaries of all the (non-broken) entries on her website.

  • Judoc Ludicael

    yay!

  • http://twitter.com/jethrolarson Jethro Larson

    If I’d known about this earlier I might have tried to finish mine for the comp. Though would I be disqualified for not having a terminal interface? It’s such a silly, outdated convention of the genre.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dgluvna Dustin Gluvna

    Very cool. I will be taking a look and sending in my vote accordingly.

  • http://profiles.google.com/valzibacktrack Michael Bacon

    No one would disqualify you for not having a terminal interface, but you’ll probably be laughed at for thinking the terminal is silly. Here’s an entry that will probably do very well despite not including a terminal: http://www.deirdrakiai.com/theplay/