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Annual IF Comp 2019

Postby Denk » Wed Aug 28, 2019 7:05 am

First a reminder: You have until Sunday (1st of September) to declare your intent to enter this year's competition ( https://ifcomp.org/about/schedule ).

How many are we this year? I think we have at least three ADRIFT entries.

I am participating with the old-school adventure "Treasure Hunt in the Amazon".

Who else is participating?
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Re: Annual IF Comp 2019

Postby David Whyld » Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:44 am

I was going to, but will have to pass for next year as none of my WiPs are anywhere near being finished.
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Re: Annual IF Comp 2019

Postby P/o Prune » Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:44 pm

David Whyld wrote:I was going to, but will have to pass for next year as none of my WiPs are anywhere near being finished.

Same here, I'm afraid. On the bright side I plan/hope to enter two games next year. :D
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Re: Annual IF Comp 2019

Postby The0didactus » Wed Aug 28, 2019 10:07 pm

I'll be entering Skybreak!, which begins its final round of testing tomorrow.

Skybreak! will be an odd duck as an entry. It is an ADRIFT game but much more like a conventional CYOA (in tone and style it mimics a lot of the old sci-fi CYOAs). I'd like to think it will show off the versatility of the ADRIFT system: ADRIFT's location and variable systems allow for encounters much more complex than typically encountered in a CYOA, for example space battles that proceeds in the same order but have variable difficulty depending on the kind of ship engaged, and recurring events on planets with different outcomes depending on which planet one is on.
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