Difference between revisions of "Games by Country"

From IFWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(France: + Imiagination)
Line 22: Line 22:
 
* ''[[Photograph]]'' ([[Steve Evans]]; 2002; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Photograph]]'' ([[Steve Evans]]; 2002; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Redeye]]'' ([[John Pitchers]]; 2004; [[TADS 2]]).
 
* ''[[Redeye]]'' ([[John Pitchers]]; 2004; [[TADS 2]]).
 +
* ''[[Six]]'' ([[Wade Clarke]]; 2011; Glulx).
 
* ''[[When Beer Isn't Enough]]'' ([[Matt (Dark Baron)]]; 2003; ADRIFT).
 
* ''[[When Beer Isn't Enough]]'' ([[Matt (Dark Baron)]]; 2003; ADRIFT).
  
Line 49: Line 50:
 
==Columbia==
 
==Columbia==
 
* ''[[Love Is as Powerful as Death, Jealousy Is as Cruel as the Grave]]'' ([[Michael Whittington]]; 2009; TADS 3).
 
* ''[[Love Is as Powerful as Death, Jealousy Is as Cruel as the Grave]]'' ([[Michael Whittington]]; 2009; TADS 3).
 +
 +
==PR Congo==
 +
* ''[[Living Will]]'' ([[Mark Marino]]; 2012; [[Undum]]).
  
 
==Djibouti==
 
==Djibouti==
Line 162: Line 166:
 
* ''[[A Day At The Seaside]]'' ([[Matthew Hunter]]; 2005; ADRIFT 4). Portabello, Scotland.
 
* ''[[A Day At The Seaside]]'' ([[Matthew Hunter]]; 2005; ADRIFT 4). Portabello, Scotland.
 
* ''[[English Suburban Garden]]'' ([[Cedric Knight]]; 2001; Z-code).
 
* ''[[English Suburban Garden]]'' ([[Cedric Knight]]; 2001; Z-code).
 +
* ''[[Eurydice]]'' (Anonymous; 2012; Z-code). Oxford.
 
* ''[[Forever Always]]'' ([[Iain Merrick]]; 2002; TADS 3).
 
* ''[[Forever Always]]'' ([[Iain Merrick]]; 2002; TADS 3).
 
* ''[[Ghost Train]]'' ([[Paul T. Johnson]]; 2003; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Ghost Train]]'' ([[Paul T. Johnson]]; 2003; Z-code).
Line 173: Line 178:
 
* ''[[The Plague (Redux)]]'' ([[Laurence Moore]] a.k.a. "Cannibal"; 2005; ADRIFT). London.
 
* ''[[The Plague (Redux)]]'' ([[Laurence Moore]] a.k.a. "Cannibal"; 2005; ADRIFT). London.
 
* ''[[Prized Possession]]'' ([[Kathleen Fischer]]; 2001; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Prized Possession]]'' ([[Kathleen Fischer]]; 2001; Z-code).
 +
* ''[[Professor Frank]] ([[Laurence Kilday]]; 2011; Z-code). Scotland.
 +
* ''[[Sunday Afternoon]] ([[Christopher Huang]]; 2012; Z-code). Barchester.
 
* ''[[Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels]]'' ([[Bob Bates]]; publisher: [[Infocom]]; 1987? 1988?; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels]]'' ([[Bob Bates]]; publisher: [[Infocom]]; 1987? 1988?; Z-code).
 
* ''[[Sir Guy Gallant and the Deadly Warning]]'' ([[Eddie Wright]], 1993, AGT).
 
* ''[[Sir Guy Gallant and the Deadly Warning]]'' ([[Eddie Wright]], 1993, AGT).

Revision as of 20:31, 31 December 2012

Some games have locales set somewhere specifically in the world. Here is a list of some games sorted by which country that each game takes place in.

See also Games by American State, Setting.

Notes:

  • If a game takes place in the United States, then list it on the Games by American State page.
  • Avoid listing a game on this page twice. If a game takes place in two countries and one of them is the United States, then list the game on both this page and on the Games by American State page. If a game takes place in two countries, neither of which is the United States, then list the game with the country where the majority of the action takes place. If it's not obvious which country is featured more, place the game with the country which appears earliest in the game. Add a note after the game reference that briefly lists which countries are featured in the game.
  • If a game features three or more countries, list it under World Travelers. Again, add a note listing the countries involved.
  • If a game takes place in a fictious country, list it under Fictional Countries.
  • If a game obviously takes place somewhere in the world but its geographic location is vague and unstated, then do not list it.

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Canada

China

Columbia

PR Congo

Djibouti

Ecuador

Egypt

France

Germany

Greece

Indonesia

Iraq

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Korea

Mexico

Morocco

Norway

Peru

Romania

Switzerland

Tunisia

Turkey

United Kingdom

Includes games set in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland before they united.

United States

See Games by American State.

Uzbekistan

Fictional Countries

World Travelers