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Posts tagged “Ryan Veeder”

Feature: costumes and disguises

IF Only: dressed for the party

Plundered Hearts (Amy Briggs/Infocom, 1987) was Infocom's one and only romance. It was also very much ahead of its time. Emulating the conventions of romance meant offering richer non-player characters, and spending more interaction time with them. There was a definite plot, not just a sequence of puzzles in an underpopulated landscape. There were set scenes where you could be clever and turn the tables…

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Feature: An overview of Ryan Veeder's interactive fiction

IF Only: The Works Of Ryan Veeder

There are a handful of IF authors whose work is consistent and satisfying, who repeatedly and frequently release things their fans rush to play. Andrew Schultz turns out a wordplay puzzle game or two a year. Caelyn Sandel wrote a serialized Twine story called Bloom, with a steady supply of new installments. And then there's Ryan Veeder, a master of short parser games who produces…

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