Spring Thing 2007 is over, and the results are in! Congratulations to Victor Gijsbers, whose game Fate took first place. The full results are:
And if you've not played the games yet, what are you waiting for? Go get them.
CellarDoor, a z-code and Glulx interpreter for PalmOS, has reached version 1.0. If you've got a device running PalmOS, a hi-res screen and a memory card, then this is the IF interpreter for you. Version 1.0 adds new font sizes and 16-bit color, and fixes a number of bugs.
As an option for those running Linux who want to play with Inform 7 but don't want to use the in-development Gnome I7 IDE, Glenn Hutchings has released PyI7, a minimal I7 IDE written in Python and using TKinter for widgets. It plays nicely with the Linux I7 distribution, has a text editor window, and will compile and run your I7 game. It does not (yet) support the skein or transcript panes, nor is there a "Replay" function.