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Note: G. Kevin Wilson's nickname on the [[ifMUD]] (and elsewhere) is Whizzard.
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'''G. Kevin Wilson''' works in the RPG industry and has written several essays on adventure-game design. His nickname on the [[ifMUD]] (and elsewhere) is Whizzard.
  
 
==Author Credits==
 
==Author Credits==
* ''The Underoos that Ate New York'' (1994). Finalist for [[Best NPCs]] at [[XYZZY Awards 1996]].
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* ''The Underoos That Ate New York'' (1994; [[TADS 2]], [[Z-code]]). Finalist for [[Best NPCs]] at [[XYZZY Awards 1996]].
* ''Lesson of the Tortoise'' (1997).
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* ''The Lesson of the Tortoise'' (1997; [[TADS 2]]).
* ''Sea of Night'' (1997).
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* ''Sea of Night'' (1997; [[TADS 2]]).
* ''Once and Future'' (1998). Winner of [[Best NPCs]] at the [[XYZZY Awards 1998]]. Also a finalist for [[Best Use of Medium]], [[Best Puzzles]], [[Best Setting]], and [[Best Game]].
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* ''Once and Future'' a.k.a. ''Avalon'' ( 1998; [[TADS 2]]). Winner of [[Best NPCs]] at the [[XYZZY Awards 1998]]. Also a finalist for [[Best Use of Medium]], [[Best Puzzles]], [[Best Setting]], and [[Best Game]].
  
 
==Other Credits==
 
==Other Credits==

Revision as of 21:48, 4 July 2005

G. Kevin Wilson works in the RPG industry and has written several essays on adventure-game design. His nickname on the ifMUD (and elsewhere) is Whizzard.

Author Credits

Other Credits

  • Founded SPAG in 1994, and was its editor for the first ten issues, ending with Issue 10 (February 13, 1997).
  • Created The Annual IF Competition in 1995 and was its organizer for three years, ending with IF Comp 1997.
  • Implementor of Zork: The Undiscovered Underground (1997), which was designed by Michael Berlyn and Marc Blank.

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