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French Comp 2005
5 games; award date October 26, 2005

The first annual competition for IF games in French.

Finish The Game Comp 2005
5 games; award date October 15, 2005

The object was to take the supplied incomplete game which has just six rooms (in Adrift v4.0 or v3.9) and turn it into a finished game. Items, NPCs, exits, etc, could be added to them but nothing could be taken away. Although you could...

InsideADRIFT Summer Comp 2005
5 games; award date August 28, 2005

The InsideADRIFT Summer Competition was open for any unreleased, but complete, Adrift games. Competition entries were to be in by 21 August 2005 with judging taking place in the following week. The voting deadline was 1500 GMT, Sunday,...

Spring Thing 2005
6 games; award date May 2, 2005

The Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, is an annual competition that was originally conceived and organized by Adam Cadre. The Spring Thing is designed to operate at the opposite time of year from the annual IF Comp in...

InsideADRIFT Spring Comp 2005
5 games; award date May 1, 2005

The InsideADRIFT Spring Competition was open for any unreleased, but complete, Adrift games. Competition entries were to be in by 17 April 2005 with judging taking place in the following 2 weeks. The voting deadline was 1500 GMT, Sunday,...

2004 XYZZY Awards
17 games in 10 divisions; award date March 20, 2005

Commodore 32 Contest
6 games; award date December 15, 2004

The Commodore 32 Contest was run in 2004 by Dave Bernazzani, who challenged authors to enter Z-Code games whose story files were no larger than 32K in size. (Note that there is no Commodore 32 machine that runs Z-Code; that was just part...

10th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2004)
36 games in 2 divisions; award date November 15, 2004

The annual competition for original IF, judged by the readership of rec.arts.int-fiction.

2004 IF Art Show
5 games in 3 divisions; award date June 9, 2004

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery/rooms (Landscape division), NPCs (Portrait division), or activities (Event division).

2003 XYZZY Awards
15 games in 10 divisions; award date March 2, 2004

ADRIFT End Of Year Comp 2003
6 games; award date December 31, 2003

ADRIFT End of Year Comp 2003 was for any ADRIFT game released during 2003.

9th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2003)
30 games in 2 divisions; award date November 15, 2003

The annual competition for original IF, judged by the readership of rec.arts.int-fiction.

Saugus.net Halloween Ghost Story Contest 2003
1 game; award date October 31, 2003

A yearly Halloween contest for ghost stories that started in 1998. This was the second year in which it accepted interactive fiction stories.

2003 IF Art Show
6 games in 3 divisions; award date May 3, 2003

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery/rooms (Landscape division), NPCs (Portrait division), or activities (Event division).

Spring Thing 2003
4 games; award date April 22, 2003

The Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, is an annual competition that was originally conceived and organized by Adam Cadre. The Spring Thing is designed to operate at the opposite time of year from the annual IF Comp in...

2002 XYZZY Awards
19 games in 10 divisions; award date February 3, 2003

ADRIFT End Of Year Comp 2002
6 games; award date December 31, 2002

ADRIFT End of Year Comp 2002 was for any ADRIFT game released during 2002.

8th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2002)
38 games in 2 divisions; award date November 15, 2002

The annual competition for original IF, judged by the readership of rec.arts.int-fiction.

Saugus.net Halloween Ghost Story Contest 2002
1 game; award date October 31, 2002

A yearly Halloween contest for ghost stories that started in 1998. This was the first year that it accepted interactive fiction entries.

The Top Five IF Games (Adventure Gamers, 2002)
10 games; award date September 23, 2002

A countdown of the best IF released between 1995 and 2002, intended to be useful to IF newcomers.
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