Interactive FictionClubFloyd was founded on September 2, 2007. The idea behind it is that each week a group of people meet online to cooperatively play a game of interactive fiction. Meetings occur on the ifMUD, and an account is required to participate, as Guest accounts cannot join channels, which are necessary for discussing the game during play. Once you're logged in at the appointed time, enter the command "TOYSHOP" to join us, and we'll help you out from there. Transcripts are kept for every session, though the site gets updated sporadically.Have (lots of) patience, grasshoppers! Also contained within the list below are a smattering of NightFloyd transcripts. I have never received a single note from an author asking me to pull a transcript. Here are the transcripts of our past game-play sessions (some are rather lengthy and may take time to load, depending on your Internet connection). You can also click (and/or consider bookmarking) this link to jump to the most recent transcript(s) in the list.
Interactive Fiction Top 50 of all time (2011 edition)People were asked to send in a list of between 1 and 20 of their favourite IF games of all time (in no particular order). The number of points a game got was the number of lists on which it appeared. 35 participants cast a total of 437 votes on 183 different games; only the 48 games with 3 or more points are listed below. More information can be found here and here. News & updates (RSS) Details Games and Awards 1st Place: Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin2nd Place: Lost Pig, by Admiral Jota2nd Place: Photopia, by Adam Cadre4th Place: Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry5th Place: A Mind Forever Voyaging, by Steve Meretzky6th Place: De Baron, by Victor Gijsbers6th Place: Blue Lacuna, by Aaron A. This is version 6 of this page, edited by Victor Gijsbers on 1 October 2011 at 04:25 PM