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The '''First Annual Interactive Fiction Competition''' was created and organized by [[Gerry Kevin Wilson|G. Kevin Wilson]] in 1995. Only [[Inform]] and [[TADS]] games were eligible, and were ranked in separate divisions; this changed in the following year.
 
The '''First Annual Interactive Fiction Competition''' was created and organized by [[Gerry Kevin Wilson|G. Kevin Wilson]] in 1995. Only [[Inform]] and [[TADS]] games were eligible, and were ranked in separate divisions; this changed in the following year.
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The top three entries in each category were included in [[Activision]]'s 1996 commercial release of "Classic Text Adventure Masterpieces of Infocom".
  
 
==1995 IF Comp Results -- Inform Division==
 
==1995 IF Comp Results -- Inform Division==

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The First Annual Interactive Fiction Competition was created and organized by G. Kevin Wilson in 1995. Only Inform and TADS games were eligible, and were ranked in separate divisions; this changed in the following year.

The top three entries in each category were included in Activision's 1996 commercial release of "Classic Text Adventure Masterpieces of Infocom".

1995 IF Comp Results -- Inform Division

  1. A Change in the Weather (Andrew Plotkin).
  2. The Mind Electric (Jason Dyer).
  3. The Magic Toyshop (Gareth Rees).
  4. MST3K1: Detective (C. E. Forman). Based on Detective (Matt Barringer; 1993; AGT, Z-code).
  5. All Quiet on the Library Front (Michael S. Phillips).
  6. Tube Trouble (Richard Tucker).

1995 IF Comp Results -- TADS Division

  1. Uncle Zebulon's Will (Magnus Olsson).
  2. Toonesia (Jacob Weinstein as "C. J. T. Spaulding").
  3. The One That Got Away (Leon Lin as "The Author").
  4. A Night At The Museum Forever (Chris Angelini); tied with
    Undertow (Stephen Granade).
  5. Undo (Neil deMause as "Null Dogmas").

Miss Congeniality Awards

These awards, voted by the authors of the entries, began in the following year.

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