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News on PataNoir: Release 6 available, with new cover art November 28, 2014
Release 6 of PataNoir is now available. This release includes new cover art by Tom Siddell of Gunnerkrigg Court fame. Release notes: - New cover art by Tom Siddell. - Recompiled the code in I7 version 6L38,... - Details
A new listing for Twine Starter, by Bharat Khiani November 27, 2014
This is a short tutorial on how to use twine to create passages, use variables and some basic macros. If anyone has an IF idea and wants to prototype it real quick, i think checking out the story source file...
A new listing for Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative, by Micromosaics Productions, Inc. / Simon & Schuster November 27, 2014
In this interactive text simulation, you play James T. Kirk of the Starship Enterprise trying to find an alternative solution to the Kobayashi Maru scenario: Captain Sulu has disappeared.
BlitzWithGuns reviews IF is Dead. Long Live IF.: "Basically, it's a review of the IF Comp 2014.." November 26, 2014
"Try out this game if you are lazy to look up reviews on the Comp games. Found it nice! :)"
Brett reviews Disconnected: "Awesome game, artwork and story" November 26, 2014
"This game is just perfect. Combined with images the paragraphs are not too big to read, yet the story is short but sweet. Multiple..." - See full review
A new listing for Disconnected, by Jesse Shaw November 26, 2014
A really good game with an appealing story on modern life. It has multiple endings and i loved them all. I came accross it when i was surfing neocities.org. The artwork is great too.
Aztec Assault, by The Traveller in Black
Valley of the Minotaur, by Nicolas van Dyk
"Valley of the Minotaur" is an EXTREMELY obscure (effectively non-existent, I fear) 1983 IF game developed exclusively for the Apple...
Fellowship of the Ring, by Adam Thornton