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About the Story
Sent by his village elders to retrieve a stolen gold idol, a ninja finds himself in a Panksian world. Little does he know his true destiny is waiting for him here...
Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: October 1, 2010
Current Version: 1
Development System: Inform 7
Forgiveness Rating: Polite
21st Place - 16th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2010)
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This game is a tribute to Paul Allen Panks, deceased, famous for submitting numerous games to the IFComp which were generally not well received.
I never played a Panks game myself, but I've read a lot about them. This game includes an actual museum to Panks that is quite detailed.
The main game seems to reference Panks' 2 Ninja games, and also the fact that much of his work was unfinished.
|Laid Off from the Synesthesia Factory, by Katherine Morayati|
Average member rating: (22 ratings)
Synpiece: A wearable technology that changes the wearer's mood. Users of the Synpiece can adjust the 'color' of their experience, which adjusts psychological traits mapped to hue (emotion), saturation (intensity) and value (complexity)....
|Sohoek Ekalmoe, by Caleb Wilson|
Average member rating: (11 ratings)
Written for the NarraScope 2020 Game Jam. This game is dedicated to all the weeds.
Murder on the Big Nothing, by Tony Pisculli
Average member rating: (9 ratings)
In its heyday, the Burlington-Northern Railroad criss-crossed the country, a favorite of tramps and vagabonds who called it... The Big Nothing.
This Is Actually For a Class... by shorton2008
Me attempting to fulfill requirements for a course I am taking.
Games with multiple endings by tggdan3
Obviously not counting "death" as an ending, but non-successful ends can count if there are other successful ends. Variation in endings should at least vary the ending somewhat (as opposed to be an extra word or two).
This Is Who We Are by Sam Kabo Ashwell
A considerable number of games exist largely as the commentary of the IF community (or some subset of it) upon the medium and the community itself. These works are likely to be befuddling to outsiders, but provide windows onto blah blah...