Index: if-archive/games/competition99

This directory contains all the games, each one in its own directory, sorted by programming language.


5 Subdirectories

47 Items

alan/arthur
King Arthur's Night Out, by Mikko Vuorinen Release 2
alan/hebgb
The HeBGB Horror! by Eric Mayer (an updated version of this game is in games/alan/hebgb.zip)
c99_mac_games.hqx [04-Oct-1999]
All the entries in this year's competition plus walkthroughs in one self-extracting archive for the Macintosh, complete with correct files types etc. Built by Iain Merrick. NOTE: The competition front end "comp99.z5" in this package is release 1; download release 2 separately (file comp.z5 in this directory).
c99_mac_interpreters.hqx [02-Oct-1999]
The interpreters needed to play the games on a Mac: Arun, HyperTADS 1.1.3, MaxZIP 1.7.7. Self-extracting archive, built by Iain Merrick.
c99_mac_multimedia.hqx [04-Oct-1999]
Resource files for the HTML TADS competition games "Exhibit" and "Six", and for the MS-DOS game "Lunatix" in one self-extracting archive for the Macintosh, complete with correct files types etc. Self-extracting archive, built by Iain Merrick. NB: This file is over 15MB in size.
c99rsc.zip [02-Oct-1999]
Resource files for the HTML TADS competition games "Exhibit" and "Six", and for the MS-DOS game "Lunatix". NB: This file is over 11MB in size.
comp99.z5 [05-Oct-1999]
The 'front-end' game for the 1999 competition, providing information on all the games and systems used to run them, plus the ability to sort the games you can play into a random list. Written by Lucian Paul Smith. Release 2 / Serial number 991005
comp99.zip [07-Oct-1999]
All the entries in this year's competition in one package, plus walkthroughs and the competition front end "comp99.z5" release 2. Unzip into a directory with the -d option to preserve the original subdirectory structure.
IFComp1999.exe [03-Oct-1999]
Self-installing executable for Windows, containing all of the competition games, the resources, and all interpreters needed to run the games. NB: This file is over 17MB in size.
inform/banana
Pass the Banana, an interactive banana passing Release 1 / Serial number 990921
inform/btd2
Beat the Devil, an interactive spree by Robert M Camisa Release 4 / Serial number 990926
inform/calliope
Calliope, an interactive obtrusion by J McIntosh Release 1 / Serial number 991001
inform/change
For a Change, by Dan Schmidt Release 1 / Serial number 990930
inform/chix
Chicks Dig Jerks, interactive fiction by Robb Sherwin Release 1 / Serial number 990930 WARNING: This game contains adult language and situations and is not intended for children. (updated versions of this game are in games/mac/chix.hqx, games/pc/chix.exe, and in games/zcode/chix.z5)
inform/death
Death to My Enemies, an interactive tale of revenge by Roody Yogurt Release 1 / Serial number 990930
inform/guard
Guard Duty, an interactive vigil by Jason F. Finx Release 1 / Serial number 990930
inform/halo
Halothane, an interactive restoration by Quentin.D.Thompson Release 1 / Serial number 990928
inform/huntdark
Hunter, in Darkness, a cave crawl by Dave Ahl Jr. Release 3 / Serial number 990918 (updated versions of this game are in games/mac/HuntDark-R4.hqx and in games/zcode/huntdark.z5)
inform/jacks
Jacks or Better to Murder, Aces to Win, a short story by J.D. Berry Release 1 / Serial number 990924
inform/lomalow
Lomalow, by Brendan Barnwell Release 0 / Serial number 888888
inform/ludite
Lurk, Unite. Die. Invent. Think. Expire. Words: Ten Thousand Monkeys on Typewriters Compiled: Rybread Celsius Release 1 / Serial number 990930
inform/me
Music Education, an interactive fiasco by Bill Linney Release 1 / Serial number 990911
inform/oad
Only After Dark, interactive fiction Release 1 / Serial number 990915
inform/outsided
Outsided, interactive fiction by Chad Elliott Release 1 / Serial number 990929
inform/softfood
A Day for Soft Food, by Tod Levi Release 1 / Serial number 990930
inform/tac
Thorfinn's Realm, by Robert Hall and Roy Main Release 101 / Serial number 990929
inform/winter
Winter Wonderland, by Laura A. Knauth Release 1 / Serial number 990928
inform/wossname
Spodgeville Murphy and The Jewelled Eye of Wossname by David Fillmore Release 5 / Serial number 990927 (an updated version of this game is in games/zcode/wossname.z5)
msdos/lunatix
Lunatix - The Insanity Circle interactive fiction by Mike Snyder (an updated version of this game is in games/pc/luntic11.zip)
msdos/skyranch
Skyranch, by Jack Driscoll
msdos/snosae
Snosae, by No Frills Software Version 1.0
readme.txt [01-Oct-1999]
Stephen Granade's note about this year's competition: read this to find out where to get more information
results.txt [29-Nov-1999]
The results of the 1999 competition, by Stephen Granade
rules.txt [03-Oct-1999]
The rules for the 1999 competition, by Stephen Granade
tads/4seconds
4 Seconds, by Jason "Trig" Reigstad Release 1
tads/amoment
A Moment of Hope, interactive fiction by Simmon Keith Version 0.258
tads/beal
Life on Beal Street
tads/bliss
Bliss: An interactive harrowing by Cameron Wilkin Version 1.1
tads/cell
Stone Cell, by Middle Eagle Version 1
tads/chaos
Chaos, an interactive explosion by Shay Caron
tads/erehwon
Erehwon, interactive fiction by Jos. Pinkfoot Release 1.0
tads/exhibit
Exhibition, by Anatoly Domokov
tads/otf
On the Farm, a TADS adventure by Lenny Pitts
tads/six
Six Stories: multimedia interactive fiction by N.K. Guy Version 1.0 / Serial number 990930-21
tads/stranger
Stranger in the Night, an interactive gothic hunt by Rich Pizor Release 1.0contest WARNING: Parents are strongly advised to preview this game before giving it to small children.
tads/waterbrd
The Water Bird, interactive fiction by Athan Skelley Release 1.0
web/remember
Remembrance, an interactive story by Casey Tait NOTE: This game was originally meant to be played interactively through the web on the author's machine. Stephen Granade uploaded the source code (remember.zip) after the beginning of the competition so that the game can be played locally.