Spring Thing 2015
Spring Thing, also known as the Fall Fooferall, was redesigned this year to make it a space where people working on all kinds of text games can come together to celebrate making, releasing, and playing new stuff.
Formerly a "competition" for interactive fiction, the rebranding as a "festival" indicates a new focus on showcasing and promoting new games in a friendly, less competitive environment.
Aaron Reed organized the festival this year.
"Toby's Nose" by Chandler Groover was awarded both the Audience Choice and Alumni's Choice ribbons.
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Games and Awards
Main Festival games could be nominated for "ribbons," state fair style.
Back Garden games didn't participate in voting and prizes, but had looser restrictions on entry.
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