London inaugural session

Location: This is the Failbetter headquarters -- see instructions for visitors.

Plan: Get acquainted and chat about IF; afterward interested parties may decamp to a nearly pub. 

Feel free to bring works in progress or other things you'd like to share.

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  • Emily S.

    For the people who asked me for IF links:

    I've put together a list on my blog of IF chosen specifically to represent a variety of styles and highlight some things written by members of this meetup group: http://emshort.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/a-mostly-recentish-if-list-for-breadth/

    You might also be interested in:

    The People's Republic of IF (Boston IF meetup group) has a nice list of classic parser games that they recommend: http://pr-if.org/play/

    IFDB is a big overview of many many pieces of IF, with reviews and download links and recommendation lists: http://ifdb.tads.org/

    The intfiction forum is a place where many IF authors and players hang out and discuss things online: http://www.intfiction.org/forum/

    1 · February 20

  • Alexis K.

    This is just to say: thank you all for finding your way to the chilly glass fishbowl on the eleventh floor. I had some intensely useful conversations, not to mention some sympathetic listeners whenever I went off on one. We'll be happy to make the space available next time if Emily plans another one.

    3 · February 20

    • Emily S.

      Thanks very much for hosting!

      February 20

  • Eoin R.

    Amazing! Can't wait for the next London session.

    February 19

  • Tom H.

    Looks like I may have to keep my kids Tuesday night - hopefully I can make the April meeting before I head back to the US.

    February 17

    • Iain M.

      Hi Tom, long time no see! Hopefully we'll be able to catch up before you leave for the US.

      February 18

  • Richard O.

    Unfortunately I will be dropping out of this one. Work is going to get right in the way.

    February 16

  • Mike H.

    Ummm..... someone has to say something? Hello world, and hello people! [So *anyone* can come to this gathering, well, up to the limit of 30 people at least? But... but... what if crazy people turn up? Devils? People with the faces of squids??]

    February 6

  • Alexis K.

    "Failbetter were the only people doing something like this" - Lawks no! We're the new kids on the block. :)

    February 6

  • Mike H.

    I just discovered Twine now, after reading about it on someone's profile here! I thought Failbetter were the only people doing something like this. The sort of unfortunate thing is, of course, that there are just too many things to be interested in.

    February 6

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