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# ''[[A la basse et au chant]]'' ([[Eva Simonin]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Twine]]).
 
# ''[[A la basse et au chant]]'' ([[Eva Simonin]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Twine]]).
 
# ''[[Tipelau]]'' ([[Hugo Labrande]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 6]] and [[Vorple]]).
 
# ''[[Tipelau]]'' ([[Hugo Labrande]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 6]] and [[Vorple]]).
# ''[[L'Observatoire]]'' ([[Stéphane Flauder]] as "Azathoth"; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 7]]).
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# ''[[L'Observatoire]]'' ([[StéphaneF]] as "Azathoth"; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 7]]).
 
# ''[[Le Diamant Blanc]]'' ([[Benjamin Roux]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 6]]).
 
# ''[[Le Diamant Blanc]]'' ([[Benjamin Roux]] ; 4-Jan-2016; [[Inform 6]]).
  

Latest revision as of 18:50, 21 December 2018

French Comp 2016 logo
French Minicomp 2016 is the 10th French competition in this series. The organizer is Eric Forgeot, also known as Otto Grimwald. The theme was proposed by Natrium. The competition logo was created by Benjamin Roux.


Rules

The complete rules (in French) are there.

  • Entries must be written in the French language, but may use any authoring system.
  • The suggested (but not required) theme is "Waves and Vibrations".

Dates

  • Submission deadline: January 4, 2016. (late entries: no later than January 10, 2016).
  • Voting starts: January 10, 2016.
  • The results were announced on February 15, 2016.

Results

  1. A la basse et au chant (Eva Simonin ; 4-Jan-2016; Twine).
  2. Tipelau (Hugo Labrande ; 4-Jan-2016; Inform 6 and Vorple).
  3. L'Observatoire (StéphaneF as "Azathoth"; 4-Jan-2016; Inform 7).
  4. Le Diamant Blanc (Benjamin Roux ; 4-Jan-2016; Inform 6).

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