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1999 Spring IF Art Show
3 games in 2 divisions; award date May 7, 1999

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery (Landscape division), or NPCs (Portrait division).

1999 Summer IF Art Show
2 games; award date September 8, 1999

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery (Landscape division), or NPCs (Portrait division).

2000 IF Art Show
8 games in 4 divisions; award date April 2, 2000

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery (Landscape division), or NPCs (Portrait division).

2001 IF Art Show
4 games in 2 divisions; award date April 17, 2001

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery (Landscape division), or NPCs (Portrait division).

2003 IF Art Show
6 games in 3 divisions; award date May 3, 2003

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery/rooms (Landscape division), NPCs (Portrait division), or activities (Event division).

2004 IF Art Show
5 games in 3 divisions; award date June 9, 2004

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery/rooms (Landscape division), NPCs (Portrait division), or activities (Event division).

2007 IF Art Show
3 games in 3 divisions; award date May 31, 2007

A competition for IF art pieces with minimal use of plots or puzzles. Entrants were expected to focus on objects (Still Life division), scenery/rooms (Landscape division), NPCs (Portrait division), or activities (Event division).

Spring Thing 2019
20 games in 2 divisions; award date May 6, 2019

The Spring Thing Interactive Festival is an annual online festival celebrating new works of interactive fiction; it takes place in the Spring, usually April-May. IF fans of all backgrounds are encouraged to enter their new works, or play...

Spring Thing 2020
21 games in 3 divisions; award date May 3, 2020

Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, focuses on bringing together new text games of all kinds: choice-based stories, gamebooks, hypertext fictions, visual novels, text adventures, narrative roguelikes, and wild new...

Spring Thing 2021
38 games in 2 divisions; award date May 10, 2021

Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, focuses on bringing together new text games of all kinds: choice-based stories, gamebooks, hypertext fictions, visual novels, text adventures, narrative roguelikes, and wild new...