You have until June 30th to get your votes in for Best in Show in English language games.
Over at the Guardian's games blog, Aleks Krotoski wants to know if enough people are interested in writing a work of IF as a group.
So, inspired by the trip down Hampstead's memory lane and spurred on by both the Dojo and Penguin's recent A Million Penguins WikiNovel experiment, I thought the talented gamesbloggers could create a text adventure ourselves, set in modern day, with modern themes, without an orc in sight. If it was worthy, we could release the final product on an independent platform.
All in favour in a bit of interactive collaboration, say Aye. If we get a critical mass, we'll set up a wiki and get started.
If you're interested, add your voice to the comments on the blog entry.
Here's something off-beat for your Friday entertainment: games for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum encoded on vinyl records, including a text adventure from the Thompson Twins. I knew about putting programs on cassettes, but records?