IF Comp 2015 Guest Post: Liz Albl on Nowhere Near Single


As part of the project to get new reviewers talking about IF Comp games, Liz Albl has written about Nowhere Near Single.

Liz Albl is a scriptwriter for Ubisoft and author of short stories.

Other posts written as part of this project can be found at this roundup post.

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IF Comp 2015: Nowhere Near Single (kaleidofish)

The 21st annual Interactive Fiction Competition is currently on, through mid-November. Voting is open to the general public; the only prerequisite is that you not be an author, not vote on games that you tested, and submit votes on at least five games. (You emphatically do not have to have played them all! In a year with 55 entrants, it is very unlikely that most judges will get through anywhere near all of them.)

Nowhere Near Single is a Twine piece about a poly relationship between four women, three of whom are living together. You play as the newest member of the quad, and someone in a high-profile job where image matters. The piece is by kaleidofish, author of last year’s Venus Meets Venus.

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