IF Comp 2014 is over! Congratulations to Sean M. Shore for the winning entry Hunger Daemon, a thoroughly enjoyable piece of work. Full comp results, including the stats breakdown on all the votes, can be found at the IF Comp website. There are also some interesting author post-mortems on various games turning up on the … Continue reading “IF Comp 2014 Results, and upcoming post-mortem discussion”
I have now reviewed all the comp games I am going to review, which is to say, all of them except a Windows-only work I am not able to play. Most recent years I’ve done an end-of-comp roundup (2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007) in which I talk about standout games, as well as some … Continue reading “IF Comp 2014 Roundup”
Slasher Swamp is a parser-based gross-out horror game, heavy on exploration. I got all the way to the end.
Jacqueline, Jungle Queen! is a comedy parser-IF game with light puzzles. I played it to completion.
Tea Ceremony is a silly, reasonably easy parser-based puzzle game about satisfying the etiquette demands of an alien dignitary. I played the game to completion.
The Contortionist is a puzzly game that uses a menu of verbs, somewhere between parser and choice-based. I played for a while normally, then as much further as I could with the walkthrough, until I got to a point where the walkthrough did not help.