IFComp 2011: Results are in!

Congratulations to Ryan Veeder, Wade Clarke, and Deirdra Kiai for taking the top 3 places in the IFComp (with 3 games which, alas, I didn’t get to; I might try to play them in the off-season). Full results on the official IFComp webpage.

IFComp 2011: The Myothian Falcon, by Andy Joel

This is the twenty-second (and probably last) game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!

IFComp 2011: Fog Convict, by Andrew Metzger

This is the twenty-first game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!

IFComp 2011: PataNoir, by Simon Christiansen

This is the twentieth game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!

IFComp 2011: Dead Hotel, by “Comazombie”

This is the nineteenth game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!

IFComp 2011: Operation Extraction, by Ming-Yee Iu

This is the eighteenth game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!

IFComp 2011: Vestiges, by Josephine Wynter

This is the seventeenth game I am reviewing for the 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition; if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself.
Here be spoilers!