The ADRIFT community is currently accepting votes for various end-of-the-year ADRIFT awards. The full list is as follows:
For the awards involving specific games, the games are available from the ADRIFT Adventures archive. You have until January 28 to submit your votes.
Simon Christiansen has updated Internal Vigilance, his 10th-place entry in the 2006 IF Competition. The new version fixes a number of bugs as well as errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. You can download the updated version from the IF Archive.
Over at IF-Review, Mark Musante has posted three reviews of Attack of the Yeti Robot Zombies. One is by Blueman Steele, one is by Paul O'Brian, and the last is by Dan Shiovitz.
Andrew hunter has released the third beta candidate of Zoom 1.1.0. Zoom is his Mac OS X interpreter that handles z-code, Glulx, TADS, and Hugo games. The latest beta version fixes the "Notes" menu option, improves the UI for CocoaGlk, and adds some technical bug fixes.
Alex Warren has released a major new version of Quest, his IF programming language for Windows. He has redesigned the visual Quest editor and added a number of features to Quest, such as easier-to-create containers, multimedia embedding, a switch statement, and more.