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'''Andrew Plotkin''' is one of the most renowned authors in the [[IF community]].
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'''Andrew Plotkin''' is one of the most renowned authors in the [[IF community]]. Andrew's nickname on the [[ifMUD]] (and elsewhere) is Zarf.
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==Author Credits==
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* ''Inhumane'' (year unknown).
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* ''A Change in the Weather'' (1995), for [[IF Comp 1995]]. Won 1st place in the Inform division.
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* ''So Far'' (1996). Winner of four awards from [[XYZZY Awards 1996]]: Best Individual Puzzle, Best Puzzles, Best Writing, and Best Game. Also, finalist for Best Setting and Best Story.
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* ''Lists and Lists'' (1996), for [[IF Comp 1996]] (11th place).
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* ''The Space Under the Window'' (1997). Finalist at [[XYZZY Awards 1997]] for Best Use of Medium and Best Writing.
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* ''Spider and Web'' (1998). Winner of five [[XYZZY Awards 1998]]: Best Individual NPC, Best Individual Puzzle, Best Use of Medium, Best Puzzles, and Best Game. Also, finalist for Best Individual PC, Best Setting, Best Story, and Best Writing.
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* ''Hunter, in Darkness'' (1999), for [[IF Comp 1999]] (8th place). Winner of both [[XYZZY Awards (Best Individual Puzzle)|Best Individual Puzzle]] and [[XYZZY Awards (Best Setting)|Best Setting]] at [[XYZZY Awards 1999]]. Also, finalist for [[XYZZY Awards (Best Use of Medium)|Best Use of Medium]] and [[XYZZY Awards (Best Individual NPC)|Best Individual NPC]].
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* ''Sensory Jam'' (2000), as a demo for [[Glulx]].
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* ''Shade'' (2000), as "Ampe R. Sand", for [[IF Comp 2000]] (10th place). Winner of [[XYZZY Awards 2000]] for Best Setting. Also, finalist for Best Individual PC, Best Use of Medium, Best Story, Best Writing, and Best Game.
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* ''Donkey Kong'' (2001), as "Dave Ahl Jr.", for [[IF Arcade]].
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* ''Logic Puzzle Sampler'' (2003), as an example for [[LogicPuzzleComp]].
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* ''The Dreamhold'' (2004).
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* ''Lighan ses Lion'' (?), a transcript for [[WalkthroughComp]].
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==Other Credits==
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* Ported ''Adventure'', ''Beyond the Tesseract'', ''Tetris'', and ''Zork''.
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* Organizer of [[LogicPuzzleComp]].
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* One of the maintainers of the [[IF Archive]].
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==Links==
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* [http://www.wurb.com/if/person/16 Baf's Guide page for Andrew Plotkin]
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'''Interviews'''
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* [http://www.avventuretestuali.com/interviste/plotkin_eng.html Zarf, a hot coffee cup with a couple of ideas] - Interview by L'avventura è L'avventura, August 2001. (Also in [http://www.avventuretestuali.com/interviste/plotkin_ita.html Italian].)
  
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Revision as of 04:00, 4 February 2005

Andrew Plotkin is one of the most renowned authors in the IF community. Andrew's nickname on the ifMUD (and elsewhere) is Zarf.

Author Credits

  • Inhumane (year unknown).
  • A Change in the Weather (1995), for IF Comp 1995. Won 1st place in the Inform division.
  • So Far (1996). Winner of four awards from XYZZY Awards 1996: Best Individual Puzzle, Best Puzzles, Best Writing, and Best Game. Also, finalist for Best Setting and Best Story.
  • Lists and Lists (1996), for IF Comp 1996 (11th place).
  • The Space Under the Window (1997). Finalist at XYZZY Awards 1997 for Best Use of Medium and Best Writing.
  • Spider and Web (1998). Winner of five XYZZY Awards 1998: Best Individual NPC, Best Individual Puzzle, Best Use of Medium, Best Puzzles, and Best Game. Also, finalist for Best Individual PC, Best Setting, Best Story, and Best Writing.
  • Hunter, in Darkness (1999), for IF Comp 1999 (8th place). Winner of both Best Individual Puzzle and Best Setting at XYZZY Awards 1999. Also, finalist for Best Use of Medium and Best Individual NPC.
  • Sensory Jam (2000), as a demo for Glulx.
  • Shade (2000), as "Ampe R. Sand", for IF Comp 2000 (10th place). Winner of XYZZY Awards 2000 for Best Setting. Also, finalist for Best Individual PC, Best Use of Medium, Best Story, Best Writing, and Best Game.
  • Donkey Kong (2001), as "Dave Ahl Jr.", for IF Arcade.
  • Logic Puzzle Sampler (2003), as an example for LogicPuzzleComp.
  • The Dreamhold (2004).
  • Lighan ses Lion (?), a transcript for WalkthroughComp.

Other Credits

  • Ported Adventure, Beyond the Tesseract, Tetris, and Zork.
  • Organizer of LogicPuzzleComp.
  • One of the maintainers of the IF Archive.

Links

Interviews