11th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2005)

The annual competition for original IF, judged by the readership of rec.arts.int-fiction.

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Series: Annual Interactive Fiction Competition

Official Web site: www.ifcomp.org

Organizer(s): Stephen Granade profile

Award date: November 15, 2005

Submission deadline: September 30, 2005

Games and Awards

1st Place: Vespers, by Jason Devlin
2nd Place: Beyond, by Roberto Grassi, Paolo Lucchesi, and Alessandro Peretti
2nd Place: A New Life, by A O Muniz
4th Place: Distress, by Mike Snyder
5th Place: Tough Beans, by Sara Dee
6th Place: The Colour Pink, by Robert Street
7th Place: Unforgotten, by Quintin Pan
8th Place: Snatches, by Gregory Weir
9th Place: Chancellor, by Kevin Venzke
10th Place: Internal Vigilance, by Simon Christiansen
11th Place: Escape to New York, by Richard Otter
12th Place: Mortality, by David Whyld
13th Place: History Repeating, by Mark Choba and Renee Choba
14th Place: Vendetta, by James Hall
15th Place: Son of a..., by C. S. Woodrow
16th Place: Xen: The Contest, by Ian Shlasko
16th Place: Gilded, by John Evans
18th Place: Mix Tape, by Brett Witty
18th Place: Waldo's Pie, by Michael Arnaud
20th Place: Off the Trolley, by Krisztian Kaldi
21st Place: Psyche's Lament, by John Sichi and Lara Sichi
22nd Place: The Plague - Redux, by Laurence Moore
23rd Place: Sabotage on the Century Cauldron, by Thomas de Graaff
24th Place: On Optimism, by Tim Lane
25th Place: Space Horror I, by Jerry
26th Place: Cheiron, by Elisabeth Polli and Sarah Clelland
27th Place: Neon Nirvana, by Tony Woods
28th Place: The Sword of Malice, by Anthony Panuccio
29th Place: Dreary Lands, by Paul Lee
30th Place: Hello Sword, by Andrea Rezzonico
31st Place: Phantom: Caverns of the Killer, by Brandon Coker
32nd Place: Amissville II, by William A. Tilli
33rd Place: FutureGame, by Anonymous
33rd Place: Jesus of Nazareth, by Paul Allen Panks
35th Place: PTBAD6.5: The URL That Didn't Work or Have You Seen the Muffin Man? He Is Quite Large, by Jonathan Berman
36th Place: Ninja II, by Paul Allen Panks

Miss Congeniality Awards

The top games as voted by the authors of the entries.

1st Place: Vespers, by Jason Devlin
2nd Place: A New Life, by A O Muniz
3rd Place: The Plague - Redux, by Laurence Moore

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