IFComp 2013: Ollie Ollie Oxen Free, by Caroline VanEseltine

I’ll get through as much of the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition as I can. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if you’re averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!

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IFComp 2013: The Cardew House, by Andrew Brown

I’ll get through as much of the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition as I can. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if your averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!

IFComp 2013: Vulse, by Rob Parker

I’ll get through as much of the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition as I can. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if your averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!

IFComp 2013: further, by Will Hines

I’ll get through as much of the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition as I can. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if your averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!

IFComp 2013: A Wind Blown from Paradise, by N.C. Hunter Hayden

I’ll get through as much of the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition as I can. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if your averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!

IFComp 2013: Dream Pieces, by Iam Curio

I’m starting late, but, hey, I may yet get through the Nineteenth Annual Interactive Fiction Competition. My criteria for numeric grades, unchanged in many years, are here. As always, if you’re a judge, don’t read on unless you have already played and reviewed the game yourself, and if your averse to spoilers, you won’t want to read this even if you aren’t judging.
Spoilers ahoy!