IFComp 2010: The People’s Glorious Revolutionary Text Adventure Game, by Taylor Vaughan

This is the twenty-sixth and last game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: Ain’t no party like the Communist Party ’cause the Communist Party don’t stop.

Review of an IFComp 2010 game; proceed at your own risk

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IFComp 2010: One Eye Open, by Colin Sandel and Carolyn VanEseltine

This is the twenty-fifth game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: Depth perception is tricky, and putting a bar in the middle of an Ames’s Window will totally screw with your head.

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IFComp 2010: Leadlight, by Wade Clarke

This is the twenty-fourth game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: Lead is not light; lead is heavy.

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IFComp 2010: Ninja’s Fate, by Hannes Schueller

This is the twenty-third game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: Naruto seemed marginally clever when I first saw a few early episodes, but I can’t stand the damn series now.

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IFComp 2010: Sons of the Cherry, by Alex Livingston

This is the twenty-second game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: I’ve never read any Anton Chekhov, and probably should at some point.

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IFComp 2010: The Warbler’s Nest, by Jason McIntosh

This is the twenty-first game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: cuckoos are unfairly vilified, and other birds are at least as bastardly but don’t get that mythic resonance.

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IFComp 2010: The Blind House, by Maude Overton

This is the twentieth game I am reviewing in the 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. There needs to be some text here so that when Facebook links to it it doesn’t include bits of the actual review. And thus it is that I say: IF remains popular among visually-impaired gamers, for obvious reasons.

Review of an IFComp 2010 game; proceed at your own risk