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Revision as of 01:58, 8 March 2006

Welcome to the Interactive Fiction Wiki
Sunday, October 21, 2018

The Land of FAQ

Feature Article

Nick Montfort created the Frequently Asked Questions article licensed under the Creative Commons 2.0 license. There is another article by David Fisher that lists Past raif topics. Check these articles out if you have a question. It's probably already been asked or the topic already discussed.

XYZZY Awards 2005 ceremony

IfMUD's Massive Auditorium, Sun. March 12th, 4pm EST.
  SmoochieComp was a minicomp run in February 2001; all the entered games were, in the spirit of Valentine's Day, about love and romance. Games were not voted on, but a preselected panel of judges played and reviewed the games before they were released to the general public. In other words, the reviews were the prizes.

Previous features: Erins 2005, Mystery House Taken Over, InsideADRIFT Game of the Year Comp 2005 and InsideADRIFT Awards 2005

Places to contribute

There is a Craft article that contains information on how to do things and a Theory article on a subjective definition of various interactive fiction concepts. There is a Starters article that can help new players and authors get going, and you might want to check out the Current events page for what's happening in the IF world. Check out the Examples of code category, where you can suggest code you'd like to see or donate your own code examples. There is always a list of the most linked to articles that have yet to be created also known as Wanted pages.

New and old contributors should also look at the Game reference (style guide) page. For discussion on IFWiki style issues in general, please use the Talk page for the new Style guides category.