Bibliography. The IF Archive is managed by Mark Musante and maintained by David Kinder and Stephen Granade, with technical assistance from Goob and Zarf.
Interactive fiction, often abbreviated IF, is software simulating environments in which players use text commands to control characters and influence the environment.
This short game’s narrative voice is deceptively simple, and will have you laughing out loud more than once as you play it. It also features some pretty good ...
IFDB is a game catalog and recommendation engine for Interactive Fiction, also known as Text Adventures. IFDB is a collaborative, wiki-style community project.
We have over 311 of the best Interactive Fiction games for you! Play online for free at Kongregate, including The Sagittarian 3, Johnny Rocketfingers 2, and Memoir ...
Play Interactive fiction Games on Y8.com. Those type of games include titles like Ray Part 1 and 2 as well as fictitious situations where you need to find the ...
The Interactive Fiction Competition An annual celebration of new, text-driven digital games and stories from independent creators.
Hey, everyone. As part of the cultural and ideological shift in interactive fiction, I shall be changing the Games category pages to refer to Works instead of Games.
Interactive fiction tells you the beginning of a story. Then it puts you in charge and lets you decide what your character should do. You type commands for the main ...
Interactive fiction was the first great computer-game craze. Through the early 1980s, the most sophisticated, complex, involving games available were the text adventures.