61 games, 18 languages. Just under 8k of code.
Here’s how the programming languages were distributed. A good day for Inform 7, but not a bad showing for URQ and other languages dedicated to CYOA. Also, unix scripting languages and shell tools were well-represented.
Number of Games per Programming Language
Of course, this isn’t [...]
A preview of the fabulous TWIFcomp prizes:
First Prize: Duct Tape
Second Prize: Ramen Noodles
Third Prize: Lucky Dice
Runner-Up: Pokémon Card
Remember the deadline: All entries must be received by this Sunday, April 25, 2010, at 16:00 GMT. Full details on the TWIFcomp page.
I’m not sure this is a good idea, and I’m not sure what kind of response it will get, but I’ve decided to create a new IF competition — TWIFcomp.
TWIFcomp is the result of a collision between interactive fiction and today’s fast-paced thumb-typing lifestyle: all games must be 140 characters or less.
How much [...]