First things first, it seems worth mentioning that although I haven’t posted here in months, I am very much still actively working on things. The reason for the relative silence is that the things I am working on are big things. Secret things. Things that I hope to reveal in due course with an appropriate amount of maniacal laughter.
What I have for you right now is Quest for the Sword of Justice, a particularly unusual interactive fiction piece in a format I hope to return to for future projects.
This is my entry for IFComp 2020, and as such it’s actually been available since the start of October. Voting remains open until November 29th and you only have to rate a minimum of 5 entries to be a judge!
I’m afraid I didn’t manage to announce this as widely as I would have liked because I had to pack up and move into a new place at very short notice just before the submission deadline. I’ve taken on a truly gargantuan amount of work (which was the reason for the move) and while there’s still some time available to make things, there isn’t a whole lot to promote them. Still, things are good right now and (again) there’s some exciting stuff in the works. So do keep an eye out for that, and if you fancy rating some IFComp entries I (and everybody else involved in the event) would really appreciate it. There have been a record number of games submitted this time around!